Claire Harter, MA

About Claire Harter, MA

Claire is a research manager performing targeted social listening and digital analytics in the healthcare field. Her research background includes secondary and primary research in marketplace discourse, social and online identities, and doctor-patient communication. In addition to performing research, Claire is herself an active patient and advocate for narcolepsy, HHT, and chronic pain. Claire earned her MA in Linguistics from the University of Florida in 2015 with a focus in discourse analysis and sociolinguistics. Claire lives in Wichita, Kansas, with her husband and four pet rats.

Real World Voice Allows Patients to be Part of the Cure

Real World Voice Allows Patients to be Part of the Cure By Claire Harter “The patient wants to be a partner in cure, just as with their doctors they want to be a partner in care.” - John Linnell, COPD Patient Advocate, talking about health literacy, eyeforpharma virtual conference, 4/14/2020 Where [...]

Suffering Through the Opioid Crisis: The Language of Chronic Pain

Suffering Through the Opioid Crisis: The Language of Chronic Pain By Claire Harter, MA Market researchers in the pharmaceutical industry need to know their audience - their unmet needs, language, and experiences. Recent research in chronic pain at Inspire reveals the lexicon of chronic pain patients and their experiences with treatment. [...]