We recruited participants in the UK for a Time Trade-Off study about how different stages of a disease impact health-related quality of life. The respondents took part in a 60-minute in-depth interview, where they were asked questions around terminal illness and quality of life. We successfully recruited enough respondents to allow our client to complete 200 interviews.
FieldworkHub organised IDIs with surgeons and hospital administrators/executives from hospitals around the UK. Our client wanted to hear from a mix of individuals working in hospitals that currently use software applications and robotic products in their operating theatres, and those who don’t use them currently but are interested in using them in the near future.
FieldworkHub recruited females in Poland who use liquid stain remover, to take part in a two-week online diary study. Our client wanted to better understand how they use liquid stain remover and the reasons behind choosing a certain brand. We worked with the client to help set up the respondents on the diary platform and monitored their progress on a daily basis.
We recruited teens and young adults in Brazil and Japan to take part in online IDIs about their use of avatar-based stickers on Facebook. The respondents had to be smartphone users who used avatar stickers as part of social interaction within messenger platforms. In follow-up projects we recruited additonal profiles in Mexico, Canada and the Philippines.
We were asked by a Veterinary University in the UK to recruit 36 respondents with differing diets to gain a better understanding on attitudes to meat consumption and the influences of public policy on their diets. We successfully recruited for the six in-person focus groups about recent changes to public policy around poultry and farming conditions.
We assisted in the organisation of online focus groups with people living in North Yorkshire and Teesside who were aware of a local mining company, to understand their perception of this company in their local area. The client used the findings to help decide how they can continue to contribute positively to the local community.
We ran quantitative research with healthcare professionals in the UK involving GPs, hospital doctors and nurses from both the public health sector (NHS) and the private health sector. The aim was to understand the target audience’s opinions on agency work and the client’s reputation amongst this group.
FieldworkHub recruited two electrophysiologists in each of the UK, Germany, France, Italy and Spain to understand perceptions and preferences around implantable cardiac devices. The respondents came from a mix of academic, public and private hospitals and had different preferences towards specific devices and different frequencies of implanting them.
Our client wanted to understand the different recruitment processes used by companies to hire new staff, particularly thosed used by in-house recruitment teams. We set up online interviews with HR managers in the UK, Ireland, Sweden and Denmark, to discuss their experiences with their tools and workflows.