Research Partnership launches new patient Living with Psoriasis 2017 (EU) report
Living with Psoriasis is a study conducted amongst 615 patients in Europe. The report will consist of 30-minute online interviews with 600 patients and 15 qualitative interviews. It can be purchased as either a 5EU report (sample of 500 patients) or as a 7EU report (sample of 600 patients with the additional countries of Belgium and the Netherlands). It will be available to purchase in December 2017.
Research Partnership welcomes 20 new Graduates
This year we are celebrating 20 years in business and as part of our continued growth, we are delighted to announce a new intake of 17 Research Analysts and 3 Fieldwork Project Coordinators into our annual market research graduate programme
The 17 new Research Analysts are split between our HQ in London (pictured), our US office in Philadelphia and our two new offices which opened earlier this year in San Francisco and New York City. Our talented new graduates come from a variety of top universities having all excelled in their academic studies covering a range of areas such as Molecular and Cellular Biology, Biomedical Science, Social Epidemiology and Biological Anthropology.
Research Partnership has published a new Living with Ulcerative Colitis (UC) US market report for 2017
Living with Ulcerative Colitis (UC) is a study conducted amongst 110 adult UC patients in the US. The study employs a mixed quantitative/qualitative methodology and is available to purchase alongside our Living with Ulcerative Colitis 2016 5EU report.
Research Partnership publishes 2017 Living with NASH report
Healthcare market research and consultancy specialist Research Partnership has published a new Living with Non-alcoholic Steatohepatitis report for 2017. Living with Non-alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) is a quantitative US study conducted online amongst patients. The report consists of 45-minute online interviews with 108 NASH or NAFLD patients; a small number of qualitative interviews were also conducted.
In the news: What will the UK’s recent general election result and ongoing Brexit negotiations mean for DfID funding for global health?
The UK’s Department for International Development (DfID) was established in 1997 with a mandate to tackle world poverty. Since its inception, it has played a major role in the global health landscape through bilateral programs, health partnerships, and the support of multilateral organisations, as well as influencing global health policy and international health research. Its future has come under increasing scrutiny following the UK referendum result in favour of leaving the EU last year, and again in the wake of last month’s general election result.