FieldworkHub recruited 20 consumers in the UK to purchase a new type of toothpaste and make a number of videos over a period of several days giving their thoughts about it. We then invited six respondents who made the most interesting and insightful videos to take part in an online interview with the client.
Our client wanted to understand the demand for healthcare services and products among the general public. We were asked to deliver a full service research project. We assisted with the creation of research material and recruited all research participants which included both consumers and healthcare professionals.
Our client wanted to interview five categories of healthcare practitioner in the USA (physicians, specialist gastroenterologists, pharmacists, nurses and hospitalists) on the topic of Clostridium difficile (C. diff), a type of bacteria that can cause severe diarrhoea and colitis.
We were asked to recruit B2B respondents in the USA who are directly responsible for operating a company health insurance and pharmacy plan. The client wanted to talk to understand how they use their provider’s online portal to manage the pharmacy benefits that their company offers to its employees.
A leading health research charitable foundation which focuses on climate change, infectious diseases and mental health, asked us to help run an online community to draw together professionals, students and campaigners in Brussels. FieldworkHub succeeded in recruiting ten participants to take part for ten months.
A Norwegian company who develops products for healthcare providers and hospitals reached out to us to recruit paramedics and anaesthesiologists in the UK and the USA for online video calls. The calls were designed to provide input to help the client with a new product design.
Our client wanted to gain insights from healthcare practitioners and older consumers about a new wearable device for vital sign measurement which is intended for home use. We were asked to recruit respondents in New York City for face-to-face sessions to conduct usability testing.
Our client wanted to gain insights from parents of children aged 0 to 5 years, who were social media users and had to be members of parenting and/or health groups. We were asked to recruit respondents for a mix of in-home and in-facility sessions, each lasting 90 minutes, over two days in São Paulo, Brazil.
Our client wanted to undertake a series of in-depth interviews to test names for a new diagnostics platform based on mRNA, which allows healthcare providers to distinguish between a viral and bacterial infection in a point of care setting. We arranged interviews with 15 respondents across the four markets.