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  • Posted by Mariel Metcalfe
  • May 26, 2020
  • News

Research Partnership publishes new patient syndicated reports - Living with Severe & Eosinophilic Asthma US, Japan, 2EU

Research Partnership publishes new patient syndicated reports - Living with Severe & Eosinophilic Asthma US, Japan, 2EU

Living with severe & eosinophilic asthma is a new syndicated report which offers valuable insights into patient attitudes and behaviour. The EU study was conducted amongst 118 patients with diagnosis and/or confirmed characteristics of severe asthma (SA) or eosinophilic asthma (EA) in France and Germany. The US study was conducted with 105 SA and EA patients. For both studies the methodologies consisted of 30-minute quantitative online interviews and a small sample of 30-minute qualitative add-on telephone interviews. The Japan report will also be available to purchase over the coming weeks. 

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  • Posted by Pei Li Teh & Colin Tan
  • October 22, 2019
  • Events

Real world evidence research breakfast seminar

Real world evidence research breakfast seminar

We were delighted to attend and present a paper at the Tech Observer event in Singapore earlier this month

APAC Director Pei Li Teh, and Research Manager, Colin Tan, attended the event. Pei Li presented the paper ‘Inhale, exhale: How using real world data helped asthma patients breathe easier across Asia’. In her paper she demonstrated how published real world data research provided pharma companies with an in-depth understanding of asthma patients’ across Asia. The data provided the healthcare community with a tool to supply tailored communications supporting different patient types, instead of a ‘one size fits all’ approach.

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  • Posted by Alice Bardaux
  • November 30, 2016
  • Blogs

Telehealth research

Telehealth research

The remote exchange of data between patients and their clinician

Technology is helping patients become more engaged in managing their own health and manufacturers are keen to leverage these new opportunities in order to improve delivery of care. Smart and ‘telehealth’ devices facilitate the remote exchange of data between a patient at home and their clinician to assist in diagnosis. Telehealth services are being used by more and more patients with chronic diseases such as asthma, COPD, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. In 2014 13% of patients in the UK reported that they used smart phones and apps to monitor their health. Earlier this year that figure had increased to 36%.

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  • Posted by Julie Denny
  • October 24, 2016
  • Articles

Time for a new language for asthma?

Time for a new language for asthma?

An article detailing market research conducted by Research Partnership on behalf of Mundipharma was published in this October’s edition of Pharmaceutical Market Europe. Here is a reproduction of that article.

Despite the global advances made in the treatment for asthma, many studies have shown that asthma remains uncontrolled for a large proportion of patients, when assessed according to international guidelines. A comprehensive market research study has recently been conducted among patients across Asia, in order to try to understand patient perceptions of asthma control and confirms that 50% of patients are uncontrolled. Because patients lack an understanding of what control means, many patients considerably overestimate the extent to which they are successfully managing their condition.

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  • Posted by Olivia Richardson
  • September 30, 2015
  • Events

EphMRA Tokyo Local Chapter Meeting

EphMRA Tokyo Local Chapter Meeting

15 October 2015

We are delighted to be attending and presenting at the 2nd EphMRA Tokyo Local Chapter Meeting in October. Directors Marc Yates and PeiLi Teh will be presenting the paper "Breathing easier with an actionable patient segmentation ".

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