Singapore Breakfast Seminar 2014
When doctors & patients talk: what really goes on in the consultation room?
Emerging Markets Director Marc Yates and Associate Director Pei Li Teh, Head of our Singapore office recently hosted a breakfast seminar for clients at the St. Regis Hotel, Singapore entitled ‘When doctors & patients talk: what really goes on in the consultation room?’
Research Partnership welcomes 15 new graduate executives
Research Partnership is delighted to welcome 15 new executives into our annual market research graduate programme for 2014-15.
Mary Assimakopoulos, Founding Director, comments, “We are delighted to welcome these 15 new graduates. As we look to the future of healthcare market research, I’m sure that many of these individuals will be instrumental in driving future innovations and improvements for Research Partnership and the industry.”
Research Partnership establishes “Innovation Institute” to inspire continuous advancement in healthcare market research
We are delighted to announce the launch of our internal institute in order to encourage employees to pioneer new innovations and improvements. The Innovation Institute is an internal programme which encourages all employees to engage the use of innovative techniques and improvements in order to enhance market research and internal processes.
Identifying the future treatment landscape
Our client wished to conduct research in order to identify how the treatment landscape in their therapy area will evolve with the introduction of new targeted therapies.
They also wanted to determine what data will be needed to support future evolution and what unmet needs will still exist, in order to guide development of their therapy area portfolio.
EphMRA Tokyo Local Chapter Meeting
16 October 2014
We were delighted to attend and present at the EphMRA Tokyo Local Chapter Meeting in October. Director Marc Yates and Associate Director PeiLi Teh presented the paper "Simulated consultations - Presenting a window into the world of patient-physician interactions".