Published on in Vol 2, No 1 (2016): Jan-Jun

An International Study of the Ability and Cost-Effectiveness of Advertising Methods to Facilitate Study Participant Self-Enrolment Into a Pilot Pharmacovigilance Study During Early Pregnancy

An International Study of the Ability and Cost-Effectiveness of Advertising Methods to Facilitate Study Participant Self-Enrolment Into a Pilot Pharmacovigilance Study During Early Pregnancy

An International Study of the Ability and Cost-Effectiveness of Advertising Methods to Facilitate Study Participant Self-Enrolment Into a Pilot Pharmacovigilance Study During Early Pregnancy

Journals

  1. Herbell K. Using Facebook To Recruit Pregnant Women for Research. Nursing Research 2019;68(3):242 View
  2. Adam L, Manca D, Bell R. Can Facebook Be Used for Research? Experiences Using Facebook to Recruit Pregnant Women for a Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(9):e250 View
  3. Laursen M, Hallgreen C, Dreyer N, Bourke A, Mt‐Isa S, Blackburn S. Comparison of electronic self‐reported prescription medication use during pregnancy with the national prescription register in Denmark. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety 2020;29(3):328 View
  4. Olague S, Boyle H, Ahmed I, Buchh B, Truong G, Reyburn B, DeLeon C, Lin G, Ahmad K, Carr B, Singhal M, Althouse M, Castro R, Rudine A, Rider E, Macomber-Estill M, Doles B, Ferry J, Pierantoni H, Sutherland S, Clark R, Blackwell C, Smith P, Benjamin D, Greenberg R. Direct-to-participant recruitment of mothers and infants: A strategic approach during challenging pandemic times. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications 2024;38:101261 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Dreyer N, Macedo A, Velentgas P. Pharmacoepidemiology. View