At M3 Global Research we’re always looking to improve the services we provide to our medical community. Whilst exploring new ideas we conducted a survey of 5,775 panel members regarding their blogging behaviour, and found that 68% would be interested in an M3 blog, and moreover would be willing to collaborate if it came to fruition.
The same respondents showed a positive attitude towards blogging in general, with 55% reporting that they already follow medical blogs and 68% of those declaring they visit these blogs at least once a week, with nearly 1 in 5 using them daily.
To meet the needs of our community, this blog was designed to enable you, as a healthcare professional, to share your opinions and gain insight about emerging treatments, healthcare products and technology on a brand new platform, our blog is as much for our members as it is for us.
The M3 Global Research blog will include medical news, articles and top line findings from research carried out in our healthcare community. You can also see recent market research studies that we’ve run for your specialty so you can see what you could have participated in.
We’ll provide you with a space to self-publish your medical articles, content and case studies, promoting open and professional discussion with a highly engaged peer network, alongside contributions from across the healthcare profession. We’ll be adding our own content too, including interviews carried out with M3 Global Research panellists, who are all key opinion leaders on medical research, and insights from the M3 communities across the world.
We can only continue to grow and improve our services with the help of our members and the main aim behind this new blog is to give you a platform to share your professional views and opinions, but we need authors to help us get started. Therefore, we’d like to invite you to contribute by giving us feedback on what you’d like to see on the blog and by sharing your articles, case studies and other content – we’ll consider anything, within reason! For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not yet a member and would like to be part of our research community, please register here.