We hosted a free webinar on best practices in patient research and how to become the patient expert, on Thursday, September 17th as part of our monthly SKIM webinar sessions. Feel free to review the webinar via the webcast and/or slide deck below.

Webinar “Best practices in patient recruitment and moderation”

Playback our most recent webinar from October 2016!

Now, more than ever, healthcare companies consider patient recruitment to be a great source of relevant insights when new products are being developed or feedback is needed on patient support programs. In a new 30-minute SKIM webinar, our fieldwork team shared best practices and inspiring stories in patient recruitment and moderation.

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Become the patient research expert

Presented by:
Ana Edelenbosch, Senior Research Executive in Rotterdam

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About the webinar

Patient research provides clients with in-depth knowledge and actionable insights in patients’ experience, impact of their disease on their daily life, the way they deal with their condition and medical devices and the information they need and search for.

As patient research is booming nowadays, the need to get patients more engaged and provide clients with deeper insights is growing. As patient research can be complex and overwhelming for both the patient as well as the researcher, we have decided to share best practices based on our extensive experience in this field.

This webinar will take you through the main stages of the research process: study design, recruitment, fieldwork, moderation and reporting. We shared best practices which are aimed at inspiring qualitative researchers and fieldwork managers either to engage in patient research or to enhance their current services.