European Medicines Agency seeking participants for website user-experience research
The European Medicines Agency is seeking volunteers from the pharmaceutical industry to help develop its strategy for the future development of its websites, particularly:
- regulatory-affairs or regulatory-intelligence staff responsible for either innovative or generic medicines (human or veterinary);
- pharmacovigilance professionals (human or veterinary);
- maximum-residue-limit applicants;
- clinical-trial sponsors.
Selected volunteers will be invited to take part in interviews to discuss how they use the websites managed by the Agency in their work and suggestions for improvement. These will take place either in person in London or by telephone.
The interviews form part of a long-term initiative to improve the Agency's online presence. The Agency also intends to work with patients, consumer and healthcare-professional organisations, as well as with other stakeholders on user experience research.
Those interested in taking part should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, giving details of their job role and an indication of their familiarity with the Agency's websites.
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