Thought leadership that breaks from convention

The MedThink SciCom team consists of active thought leaders in the scientific communication community. We conduct and publish our own research, and we’re vocal contributors to the ongoing discussion on transforming scientific exchange.

Our published and presented work

Insight Generation

Schreiber H, Parker T.

Leveraging external insights in publication planning

The MAP Newsletter. http://ismpp-newsletter.com/2017/11/15/leveraging-external-insights-in-publication-planning/. Published November 15, 2017. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Leon E, Slager RE, Miller A, Palmisano S.

Perceptions of digital resources at scientific congresses among dermatologists and oncologists

Poster presented at: 11th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals; April 27-29, 2015; Arlington, VA. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Parker T, Miller A, Truman K, Hudson J, Taylor S.

Preferences and practices of physicians in consumption of medical literature

Poster presented at: 10th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals; April 7-9, 2014; Arlington, VA. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Robinson K, Parker T, Palmisano S.

Twitter hashtag usage at medical conferences: growing by flocks

Poster presented at: 9th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals; April 29-May 1, 2013; Baltimore, MD. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP. Awarded “Best in Visual Communication”

Parker T, Palmisano S, Miller A.

Benchmarking Twitter usage among scientific journals

Presented at: 8th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals; April 23-25, 2012; Baltimore, MD. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Palmisano S, Miller A, Parker T, Farmer P.

Benchmarking Twitter hashtag usage at medical conferences

Poster presented at: 8th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals; April 23-25, 2012; Baltimore, MD. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Leading-edge media utilization: leveraging social media in medical communications

Presented at: The International Publication Planning Association’s 2012 Midwest Meeting; July 23-24, 2012; Chicago, IL. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Strategy and Story

Burd G, Parker T.

Scientific platforms: lead them, live them, love them!

Presented at: 1st Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals West; October 11-12, 2018; San Diego, CA. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Kistler J, Parker T, Vang N.

Scientific platforms 201: successful implementation of a scientific communication platform

Presented at: 14th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals; April 30-May 2, 2018; National Harbor, MD. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Shanthanelson M, Dheepa C.

Your scientific communication platform has been built. So now what?

Presented at: Medical Affairs Professional Society 2018 Annual Meeting; February 25-27, 2018; Miami, FL. Posted with permission from MAPS. Copyright © MAPS.

Parker T, Miller A, Palmisano S.

Scientific platforms 101: a foundation for consistent medical communications

The MAP Newsletter. http://ismpp-newsletter.com/2016/08/22/scientific-platforms-101-a-foundation-for-consistent-medical-communications/. Published August 22, 2016. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Scientific platform development

Presented at: 12th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals; April 11-13, 2016; National Harbor, MD. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Chari D, Bhagat A, Volkman TC, Miller A, Stumpf JD, Wood DJ.

Utility of a scientific communications tool kit to promote best practices

Poster presented at: 12th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals; April 11-13, 2016; National Harbor, MD. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Data Dissemination

Palmisano S, Truman K, Parker T.

Attention analysis simulation of scientific posters aligns authors’ intent with viewers’ focus

Presented at: 14th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals; April 30-May 2, 2018; National Harbor, MD. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Parker T, Hutchinson A.

Publication trends for case series and case reports in oncology

Poster presented at: 13th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals; May 1-3, 2017; National Harbor, MD. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Palmisano S, Medlen L, Truman K.

Characteristics of attendees that define ISMPP annual meeting attendance

Poster presented at: 11th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals; April 27-29, 2015; Arlington, VA. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Rivera C, Truman K, Parker T, Palmisano S.

Trends in new drug approvals and clinical trial publications over a 2-decade interval

Poster presented at: 10th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals; April 7-9, 2014; Arlington, VA. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Bennett ME, Palmisano S, Truman K, Lawrence C, Farmer P.

Perceptions of CMPP certification among certified and noncertified ISMPP members

Poster presented at: 10th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals; April 7-9, 2014; Arlington, VA. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

Gee J, Slager R, Parker T, Palmisano S.

Trends in clinical trial publications in open-access journals

Poster presented at: 9th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals; April 29-May 1, 2013; Baltimore, MD. Posted with permission from ISMPP. Copyright © ISMPP.

The medical writer debate: acceptable use vs ghost writing

Presented at: Annual Medical Communications and Dissemination of Scientific Information Conference of Q1 Productions; January 30-31, 2012; Boston, MA. Posted with permission from Q1 Productions. Copyright © Q1 Productions.

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