GP Readership Survey of Independent Australian Medical Publications (November 2023) A survey of more than 330 Australian GPs has once again confirmed the reach and influence of independent medical publications as being critically important for any organisation looking to communicate with doctors1. The survey run by AusDoc was shared with 26,000 AHPRA verified GPs, with more
Have you ever wondered which type of content will work best for your campaign? If so, you’re not alone. It’s one of the most frequently asked questions AusDoc receives from marketers and agencies. The key to success is to think like a journalist, says Amanda Davey, AusDoc Commercial Content Editor and the former editor of
Whether it be the original ‘Rule of 7’or more recent studies that suggest the new number is much higher in the digital age we now live in, the premise remains that increasing message frequency can have a significant impact on retention and driving behaviour change, but does this theory extend to doctors? Let’s start with
A leading prescription brand had lost market share following negative publicity. With local key opinion leaders questioning the brand’s efficacy, both medical and consumer media were running hard with the story – eroding prescriber and patient trust. The client needed a powerful tool to support its omnichannel response and quickly turn this around.
Exclusive AusDoc survey. What you will learn from reading this article: Doctors are experiencing increased patient demand for medicinal cannabis, but most acknowledge a lack of knowledge about risks and benefits and are unsure how to advise patients, says a 2021 meta-analysis of 21 international articles. Fast-forward to 2023 and not much has changed, according
Exclusive AusDoc survey. What you will learn from reading this article: Doctors have little knowledge of medicinal cannabis brands, according to the results of an AusDoc survey involving more than 240 GPs and specialists across Australia. In a finding that leaves space wide open for marketers to build their brand equity, 77% of survey respondents
Medical Affairs professionals must demonstrate digital competency and mindset change to continue benefiting from the Covid-19 digital transformation, according to an opinion article by Daniel Furtner and colleagues. They write that engagement of the future will need to be high quality and tailored to individual doctors’ needs and preferences. And digital tools will replace many
The large canvas offered by print makes it the billboard of S4 marketing. And that billboard is becoming increasingly dynamic, thanks to the ubiquitous QR code. Print advertising has ridden the wave of digital disruption to remain an integral part of the pharmaceutical omnichannel marketing mix. “Clever marketers are using print in a different way.
A series of surveys and research conducted by ADG are published for the first time.
A survey of almost 400 GPs conducted by ADG on their contact with pharmaceutical field staff early in the pandemic, found a significant drop in face-to-face engagement.
With the TGA registering an average of three new medicines a month and the PBS updating its schedule several times a year, we explored how GPs prefer to find out about new medicines. According to one study, GPs are unlikely to spontaneously go looking for information about new medicines. Instead, they are described as reactive
Given the scripted nature placed on pharma sales reps and their communication with doctors, do new technologies such as chat bots create the opportunity to deliver these messages in a better way? Chatbots can provide a convenient and cost-effective way for doctors and pharma sales reps to communicate, enabling doctors to access the product information