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Syndicated research

Our syndicated research services supply global market intelligence across a broad range of disease areas, quickly and cost-effectively

We are committed to providing accurate, ongoing market information using innovative, up-to-the-minute market research techniques to the pharma industry.

Therapy Watch: our real-time patient tracking tool provides instant access to the very latest market data including market shares, switch patterns, treatment patterns and patient demographics.

Living With: our series of patient reports offering in-depth insight into the patient journey from pre-diagnosis to stabilisation. These reports are based on quantitative market research studies conducted amongst large samples of patients living with specific chronic illnesses.

Sharing our knowledge

Workshops

We offer complimentary workshops on the patient journey referencing our Living With and Therapy Watch data. Workshops are held in your offices at a date and time to suit you and the agenda can be tailored to meet your requirements.

Webinars

We run a series of webinars referencing findings from our syndicated research.

Visit Rapport to download a recording of past webinars and find out about forthcoming events.  

 

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  • Some example case studies
    Wargaming in HCV

    The challengeOur client had a product ready for launch in the HCV landscape. A number of new competitor products were expected to alter the market dynamics. Given the stage of development of both our client’s product and the competitors, a number of different scenarios could have played out. Consequently, the company wanted to conduct research in order to feed into strategy development for their product.…

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    Patient Assistance Programme Evaluation for Cardiovascular Conditions

    The challengeOur client had launched a self-injection treatment for cardiovascular conditions and were creating an accompanying Patient Assistance Programme (PAP) to educate patients in the use and uptake of this product. The client wanted to understand how successful the PAP was at meeting the needs of patients, trainers and prescribers, and whether it positively differentiated them from competitors. They wanted to evaluate each individual component…

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    Multiple Sclerosis new medical device research

    The challengeOur client wanted to find out how best to develop an implantable delivery device with add-on services in the Multiple Sclerosis market. We were tasked with finding out whether such a device would be accepted by HCPs and patients. We also needed to identify the perceived benefit to stakeholders and offer ideas on how to optimize the device offering through the look of the…

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  • Our latest webinars
    Live from Singapore: Exploring the opportunity for women's health in emerging markets

    Live webinar: Thursday 17th August 201715:00 SGT / 15:00 CST / 16:00 JST Register here »With women accounting for half of the global population, women’s healthcare is an important market for the pharmaceutical industry. When thinking about women’s health, we tend to think about diseases which are linked specifically to female biology. However, it is important to not over-simplify this definition; women’s healthcare also includes diseases which are more prevalent…

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    Webcast: Exploring the opportunity for women’s health in emerging markets

    With women accounting for half of the global population, women’s healthcare is an important market for the pharmaceutical industry. When thinking about women’s health, we tend to think about diseases which are linked specifically to female biology. However, it is important to not over-simplify this definition; women’s healthcare also includes diseases which are more prevalent in women and health purchasing behaviour which is more common among females (e.g. aesthetic treatment), all…

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    Patient Centricity: Turning Rhetoric into Reality

    In association with Pharmaceutical Executive

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