Survey of secondary school and college pupils and their parents/carers in England
The latest findings from a survey of pupils and their parents/carers on: extra-curricular activities, learning about government and politics, bullying, mental health, changes to GCSEs, subject and qualifications choice, and careers and aspirations.
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.
From products to experiences: Why Customer Experience matters in CPG
It's not new to suggest digitisation has changed the makeup of the retail industry and, in extension, how retail experiences are judged. However, the digital economy also presents new opportunities for consumer packaged goods manufacturers to bypass retailers entirely. Can the revolution in the CPG supply chain mean an evolution of customer experience?
The Path to Patient Centricity: Closing the 'How' Gap
Today, patient centricity is not only well documented in corporate visions and missions, it’s at the top of many pharmaceutical company agendas. Clearly, there is both a need for it and an appetite for it among those best placed to make it happen. The question that remains for pharma and biotechs is how best to be patient-centric.