Topic: Patient Recruitment

Millennials are typically defined as those born between the early 1980s through to the late 1990s. Aged between 22-37 years old, this generation accounts for about a quarter of the world's population. Most notably, millennials have grown up with the internet. They are used to having information instantly available at their fingertips and were the generation that led the way in terms of social media and using mobile devices to stay in touch 24/7. But what does this mean for the healthcare industry?

  Patient market research is a vital part of medical market research. For starters, patients have a unique view on diseases and treatment. They live with their condition every day and have often tried a number of different treatments and therapies - which means they can provide in-depth insight into what it's really like to live with their conditions. In turn, this insight helps HCPs, pharma companies and researchers see things from a fresh, new perspective.
Our response to COVID-19GKA continues to operate with some important changes

Although we've all been affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, GKA wants to assure you that our team is fully operational and here to support our valued partners with their medical market research as we all adapt and find new ways to progress forward.

Clearly these are challenging times but, from the most recent research we carried out with our own panel of healthcare professionals, things are beginning to improve with indications being that all forms of medical market research, including face-to-face, will be achievable in the not-too-distant future. 

If you’d like the results of that research, or we can support you in any way at the moment, please contact us at quotes@gilliankenny.com. We’re here and ready to help.