by Dawn Brown, Project Manager Did you ever take a behind-the-scenes tour of a movie set, entertainment park, zoo or aquarium? The best part is often learning how things get done – the magic that makes it all happen. Well, quant research is nowhere near as exciting as a Disney tour, but here’s our behind-the-scenes […]
While all of the studies we recruit for are important, some are just plain cool too! Our latest cool recruits: Snake Bites/ Anti-venom: 6 toxicologists and ER healthcare professionals for a 45-minute phone interview 35 pharmacy directors and ICU & ER physicians for a 60-minute interview. Very piercing!
by Kevin Rohm, Director of Sampling and Panel Services During my “I know everything” teenage years, my mother would put me in place with her beloved quote “We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.” While I am many years removed from my mother’s sage […]
Three quick bullets on our quick recruiting: 77 hospital IT managers in 24 hours 100 critical care nurses in 24 hours 50 hospital Purchasing managers in 24 hours
We love it when a plan comes together! We recruited and completed an online survey about bipolar disorder with 45 psychologists in 24 hours.
By Susan Phillippe, Director Global research is hard enough without second-guessing your translation service. And, while Google Translate and Duolingo may have us thinking we could be the Rosetta Stone, translation service for healthcare and medical topics is slightly more complicated than a chewing gum study. Given the increasingly challenging nature of healthcare market research, […]
Looking for hospital admins? Our panel has you covered – across titles and departments. Here’s just one example – we recently recruited 77 Hospital IT Administrators for an online survey about Electronic Health Records (EHRs) – and completed it in 24 hours. Learn more about our Hospital Admin panel here.
By Kevin Rohm, Director of Sampling & Panel Services Alexa, Siri, 24-hour news feeds. Having information on demand is a good thing, right? Eh, maybe not so much in physician market research.