Although research with children has its challenges, they are not insurmountable if you employ the right methodologies. Ipsos’s award winning ethnographic research with Pfizer demonstrated how children can add great value to research if conducted correctly, as we sought to understand how paediatric patients were affected by Growth Hormone Deficiency (GHD).
The research has enabled Pfizer to gain a deeper understanding of the emotional and psychological impact of the condition. Observing families and children have allowed Pfizer to see where challenges and unmet needs exist, and ultimately helped to inform them as to how they could improve the lives of GHD sufferers and their families.
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What can the Government do to ensure a successful implementation of the ‘opt-out’ organ donation system?
As Organ Donation Week comes to an end, Joanna Barry and Michelle Mackie discuss findings from Ipsos MORI’s research concerning implementation of the proposed opt-out system. This raises a number of important questions for the Government to consider if Parliament approves this legislation.