As we all adjust to new ways of working to mitigate the risks from coronavirus, you can count on FieldworkHub to assist with your healthcare market research project. We are able to source validated and willing HCPs and patients from across the UK and internationally for online market research projects.
As experts in healthcare market research, and with years of experience in sourcing exceptional participants for healthcare market research, we are adept at delivering superior fieldwork services.
Our expertise in all areas of healthcare methodologies extends to a detailed knowledge of online market research platforms. We will be able to discuss your requirements and advise you on the most appropriate choice for your project.
A leading global strategy consultancy wanted to carry out in-depth telephone interviews with oncologists and oncology nurses who had experience of working with prostate cancer, haematologists and haematology nurses who had experience of working with myeloma, and NHS hospital pharmacists. We recruited over 30 healthcare professionals for this study.
A well-established multinational company that develops medical devices, pharmaceutical and consumer packaged goods wanted to speak to pathologists and interventional pulmonologists with the aim of better understanding how technologies that are being considered impact unmet needs and workflows for peripheral lung biopsies. Another aim of the study was to understand more about the Rapid On-Site Evaluation (ROSE) used for bronchoscopic procedures, ensuring adequate sampling of the targeted lesion and appropriate specimen triage for any necessary ancillary studies.
The client wanted to hold a series of 60-minute web-facilitated tele-depth interviews. FieldworkHub provided end-to-end project management of the fieldwork process. This included the recruitment of 24 participants (12 pathologists and 12 pulmonologists), evenly split across China, Germany and the USA. Our services also involved providing experienced moderators and organising moderator briefing calls. We also arranged translation of the research materials and transcription of the interview recordings.
Our client, a not-for-profit organisation, wanted to test an app to assist with the management of Type 1 diabetes with recently diagnosed patients and those with longer experience of managing the condition. We recruited 20 patients who had been diagnosed in the last 12 months and 30 patients diagnosed more than 12 months previously to test the app and take part in online activities and telephone interviews with our client over a six-month period. The research helped our client to develop and refine the app.