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  • Posted by Julie Denny
  • December 19, 2017
  • Videos

Season's greetings!

Season's greetings and best wishes for a prosperous 2018 - from everyone at Research Partnership!

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  • Posted by Tom Nolte & Melinda Shorr
  • December 14, 2017
  • Webinars

Webcast: Portfolio tracking for success

Webcast: Portfolio tracking for success

Portfolio Analysis and Optimization looks at how honing strategy among multiple agents in the same therapeutic category leads to marketing success. As pharmaceutical companies simultaneously develop and in-license multiple products that can cost millions of dollars, portfolio management is about selecting how to allocate resources and marketing efforts across multiple assets. This has significant impact on the bottom line. 
 
 

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  • Posted by Julie Denny
  • November 30, 2017
  • Videos

20 questions: Round-up video

As it's our 20th year anniversary, we invited our employees to play our version of 20 questions throughout the year - this month we have created a final round-up video showcasing some of the best answers! 
 

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  • Posted by Richard Head, Claire Richardson, Mariel Metcalfe
  • November 30, 2017
  • White papers

Patient centricity: Reality or rhetoric?

Patient centricity: Reality or rhetoric?

Everybody is talking about patient centricity, but what does it mean for those involved in market research, insights and business intelligence?

The term has certainly begun to filter through to the pharmaceutical market research industry. It was a hot topic at EphMRA conference in 2017, with a number of presentations from agencies, including some innovative new research offerings.

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Review of Disease Promotion Campaign using Facial Analysis

Our client had developed a visual and emotion-invoking, online disease awareness campaign aimed at challenging physicians’ current perceptions of treatment. Research was required to understand physicians’ reactions to the campaign (rational and emotional) and whether it would have the desired effect of increasing use of their treatment in the future, to help encourage the client’s local operating companies to adopt and roll out the campaign. 
 

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