If you need help filling your clinical research studies, turn to Oxygen Marketing. For the past two decades, Oxygen Marketing has been involved with pharmacological recruitment advertising for hundreds of studies involving mental health, osteoarthritis, anxiety, bunion, weight loss, depression, recreational drugs, healthy men and women, and children’s studies among others. We specialize in filling studies by creating effective print and broadcast ads, and by developing media strategies that carefully target ideal patients. Our media-buying experience, outstanding creative work and savvy help our clients make the most of their precious advertising budgets.
Oxygen’s media buying team has extensive experience in buying traditional and non-traditional media. The staff at Oxygen executes media buys that are effective and cost efficient for the clients. In many instances, we have been able to secure advertising prices that deliver two to three times the value of actual dollars spent.
At Oxygen, we understand the process of gaining IRB approval for advertising. Our clients’ businesses are treated with the same thought and dedication we would give to our own businesses. Each of our clients’ marketing strategies is meticulously planned, expertly implemented and carefully monitored. For example, we have created a tracking program to identify calls and the cost per call, per patient and per study.
What happens once the contract is signed?
Pick up the phone and call Oxygen Marketing group. We can handle your recruitment from beginning to end.
Here’s how it goes – You provide the protocol to Oxygen. We write all the possible ads for the mediums recommended for each study. We provide the written content, including pictures, banners, keywords, etc. for each study. You then send to the sponsor and IRB. Once approved, we produce the ads and give you a couple of options on where we would place the media. Once approved by you and your clinic, we place the buys for you. We put a mechanism in place, to track your results. It’s as simple as that.