August 10, 2021
The healthcare market research industry depends on professionals around the globe. Recently, Matt Walmsley and Philip Moyer presented findings based on an SHG study that asked panelists about their survey taking preferences and experiences. The goal was to determine how researchers can improve overall participation, satisfaction, and engagement.
August 3, 2021
A solid panel management strategy is key to keeping survey respondents motivated and engaged. Our new infographic breaks down common pitfalls in panel management based on the expectations and frustrations reported by hundreds of physicians, nurses, and patients across various specialties worldwide.
June 29, 2021
Dietary habits may play an important role in COVID-19 infection. Learn how plant-based and pescatarian diets can impact the symptoms, severity, and duration of COVID-19 in this BMJ article based on a collaborative study between SHG and Envision Health Partners.
March 22, 2021
How did access to personal protective equipment (PPE) in exposed healthcare workers impact COVID-19 illness, severity, symptoms, and duration? SurveyHealthcareGlobus (SHG) and Envision Health Partners collaborated to examine the impact of access to PPE among Health Care Workers (HCWs). We are pleased to present the results from a unique, private-academic collaboration with physician-scientists.
February 4, 2021
NEW YORK, NY February 4, 2020—SurveyHealthcareGlobus (SHG) has appointed Dan Lockwood as executive vice president for its European Division reporting into the regional managing director Antonio Tropea. SHG—part of the Apollo Intelligence family of companies—is the global market leader of first-party healthcare data collection and custom survey solutions. Based in London, Dan will help companies access the timely, high-quality life science market insights that are vital to defining their strategic agendas, while supporting SHG’s drive to meet the strong demand as the healthcare industry emerges from the global COVID-19 pandemic.
December 16, 2020
NEW YORK, NY, December 16, 2020—As rising COVID-19 incidence cause schools to shift to virtual learning instead of face-to-face classes, new data show that six out of 10 physicians worldwide say they already do, or would, send their own children or teens to an in-person learning environment in their community. While 56% of doctors believe it is imperative for children and adolescents to gain the developmental and social skills achieved through in-person learning at this point in the pandemic, physicians remain divided on most aspects of the risks and benefits of in-person learning versus virtual learning.
November 25, 2020
As children worldwide have returned to school amid the COVID-19 pandemic, SurveyHealthcareGlobus (SHG) wanted to understand from their physicians how the transition back to school was going, views on virtual learning, the spread of the virus, children with pre-existing conditions, and barriers to learning and strong social development for children during this time.
November 23, 2020
SHG's Client Research Agency wanted to use a new research technique, Swarm Intelligence, a finalist for SXSW Medical Innovation and previous SXSW award winner to form a closed loop system of HCPs that by grouping their insights together would exceed the individual insights produced by typical Qualitative MR techniques alone. They had a difficult time finding a data collection partner who could firmly commit to recruiting respondents within this new innovative approach. SHG utilized its world class panel and expert project management team to ensure timely recruitment to the study.
October 2, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has made breast cancer patients even more vulnerable in their fight to defeat this illness. They are faced with many new limitations within their healthcare systems coupled with financial challenges in this uncertain economy. To support our ongoing commitment to joining the fight, SHG surveyed ~180 international Oncologists to bring forth the global impact COVID-19 continues to have on patient screening, diagnosis, and treatment recommendations. The Physicians participating in this survey agreed to donate their honorarium to their national organization for breast cancer research!
September 21, 2020
As the development of the COVID-19 vaccine advances, SurveyHealthcareGlobus (SHG) wanted to understand how primary care doctors globally were perceiving the receptivity of a potential vaccine for themselves, their patients, and their communities given recent insights and historical observations.