Netizen

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Netizen

A user of the Internet. A Net "citizen."


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Principal Analyst Christina Anthogalidis presents this recorded webinar with additional findings from the study for those interested in learning more about Cybercitizen Health([R]) Europe.
Consumer Brand Support Packages are based on the findings from Manhattan Research's Cybercitizen Health[R] U.
NEW YORK -- Despite heavy restrictions on DTC advertising in Europe, nearly two in five online Europeans would like to be able to learn more about prescription drugs directly from a pharmaceutical company, according to the new Cybercitizen Health([R]) Europe study from pharmaceutical and healthcare market research company Manhattan Research.
On Thursday, October 20 at 2pm ET, Manhattan Research Vice President of Research Monique Levy will host a complimentary webinar about the Cybercitizen Health([R]) U.
company, is a global pharmaceutical and healthcare market research and strategic advisory firm and conducts annual research studies covering eHealth trends among physicians and consumers, including Taking the Pulse, Taking the Pulse Nurses, Taking the Pulse Europe, Taking the Pulse Asia, Cybercitizen Health, Cybercitizen Health Europe, ePharma Consumer, and ePharma Physician.
Developing the skills necessary to be a responsible cybercitizen is not a matter of intelligence or experience--it's a concrete fact of nature.
adults decided not to fill a prescription medication from a doctor in the past year because of the cost, according to pharmaceutical and healthcare market research company Manhattan Research's Cybercitizen Health(TM) v8.
Taking the Pulse[R] Nurses, Taking the Pulse[R] Europe, Taking the Pulse[R] Asia, Cybercitizen Health[R] U.
The fast growing digitalized world population or cybercitizens are integrated to each other via the internet.
This runs in contradiction with the civil society, for there is already a participative spirit developed among cybercitizens, as it is evident from the increased number of Greek bloggers presenting their views on current social and political issues and the emergence of sites hosting NGOs and other political organisations.