A guide to conducting market research for scientific publication
Publishing market research in a peer-reviewed journal transforms the study's findings from real world data into real world evidence, which potentially has a much greater impact. But what are the challenges for conducting market research projects intended for publication in a peer-reviwed journal?
Conducting research in Latin America
Paul Reed explores the opportunities in this exciting region, which has diverse and unique healthcare systems, an ageing and declining population, and a rise in the popularity of digital communication channels, especially WhatsApp.
Conducting market research for scientific publication guide
Conducting and using market research for publication can be valuable for shaping opinions in healthcare. The findings can be used to influence existing perceptions, change current practices and behaviour in a particular disease area, and help both patients and physicians to make more informed decisions. Based on our expertise and experience of conducting market research for scientific publication in both developed and emerging markets across a wide range of therapy areas, we have put together a guide on how to establish medical credibility with your research.
Conducting research for publication
Pei Li Teh explains how real world insights provide an opportunity for brands to find, demonstrate and communicate their value to patients, healthcare and society.
Eyeforpharma Real World Evidence Conference Round up 2018
Earlier this month, APAC Director Pei Li Teh attended Asia’s 11th Eyeforpharma conference in Tokyo, Japan with a focus on Real World Evidence (RWE)
This year has seen a turning point for Japan's pharma industry, as the government and the industry encourage a rapid move towards increased use of RWE from April 2018. Real World Data (RWD) sources provide an unprecedented opportunity for companies to find, demonstrate and communicate their real value to patients, healthcare and society. The conference included topics addressing commercial and medical needs, allowing both communities to come together for the first time encouraging collaboration across functions.