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  • Posted by John Branston
  • January 30, 2014
  • Videos

Mobile Research

John Branston discusses the opportunities presented by mobile market research within healthcare.

Our digital and mobile expert, Director John Branston discusses the benefits of mobile research and how they can lead to new and better patient and physician insight.

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  • Posted by Julie Denny
  • January 29, 2014
  • Events

Pharma Market Research Conference 2014

Pharma Market Research Conference 2014

We are delighted to be attending and sponsoring this year’s Pharma Market Research Conference in Parsippany, NJ

As an exhibitor, we will be discussing the latest issues affecting the pharma market research world and the techniques and solutions that we are utilising in order to help our clients make better business decisions.

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"The top down reporting approach is the right approach and a real positive for RP..."

"The top down reporting approach is the right approach and a real positive for RP. They never just tell you the results – they are put into context of what this means for the business and therefore what we need to do as a result. They can be used as a standalone document which is great."
Market Research Manager

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"Working with the team is always positive..." Client Testimonial

"Working with the team is always positive. I know the outputs will be user friendly and that I am going to be delivering insights that the business will benefit from."
Market Research Manager

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  • Posted by Olivia Richardson
  • January 22, 2014
  • News

Forever Angels founder reveals motivation for setting up baby home

Forever Angels founder reveals motivation for setting up baby home

The Founder of Forever Angels (the charity Research Partnership supports), Amy Hathaway, appeared in The Guardian newspaper this week, in an article revealing her motivation for setting up the baby home in Tanzania, Africa.

Forever Angels baby home has cared for 223 children since it opened in 2006, and has supported a further 200 outreach cases, successfully reuniting three-quarters of these children healthily and happily with their biological families. Amy and husband Ben have also adopted five Tanzanian children of their own. The article reveals Amy and Ben’s extraordinary passion for helping  and supporting those in need and the work that they have achieved.

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