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  • Posted by Tom Winter
  • October 20, 2020
  • News

Research Partnership welcomes new Graduates in our San Francisco office

Research Partnership welcomes new Graduates in our San Francisco office

We are delighted to announce that our San Francisco office has welcomed two new Graduates, Neah Gardiner and Alex Vergara.
 
Neah recently graduated from the University of Washington where she studied Medical Anthropology and Global Health. During her time at University, she also had the opportunity to complete an internship based in a hospital in rural India and volunteered with an organization that ensures medical work in Central America.

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  • Posted by Liza Pliss & Steven Helm
  • October 19, 2020
  • Infographics

Ensuring an effective brand launch infographic

Ensuring an effective brand launch infographic

This infographic is aimed at companies without their own in-house research team, and outlines the key steps to creating a research programme which will support an effective pharma brand launch.

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TW Migraine patient snapshot

TW Migraine patient snapshot

An overview of the migraine patient

Our migraine market snapshot offers an introduction to the real world patient data collected by our Therapy Watch migraine study. The snapshot features key patient statistics and a dashboard example.

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  • Posted by Julie Denny
  • September 21, 2020
  • News

Research Partnership welcomes 12 new graduates for 2020

Research Partnership welcomes 12 new graduates for 2020

We are delighted to announce a new intake of 9 Research Analysts and 3 Fieldwork Project Coordinators into our annual market research graduate programme.The 12 Graduates will be based in the UK, split across our EU, US and EM team, and also our syndicated service, Living with.
 

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How we conducted ethnography research to enhance new product development

How we conducted ethnography research to enhance new product development

The majority of stoma patients in developing emerging markets such as India and Indonesia use external bags that are domestically manufactured or imported. We conducted research which gave internal stakeholders the necessary direction for developing a new product concept.

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