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Is the era of PowerPoint over?

Is the era of PowerPoint over?

02 July 2019

We have just returned from EphMRA 2019 where one of the big themes of the conference was how we can use technology to deliver engaging and empowering insights. All this discussion of different delivery formats got us thinking, are PowerPoint reports dead?

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Empowering patients with pick and mix management tools

Empowering patients with pick and mix management tools

17 June 2019

In recent years diabetes has been at the forefront of empowering patients to self-manage their condition. Does the increasing use of interoperability between devices and companies indicate the future of truly patient centric management?

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BHBIA Conference 2019

BHBIA Conference 2019

15 May 2019

Vox.Bio had a great time at BHBIA conference 13th and 14th May, building our brand awareness and having some fantastic conversations with the industry on why it is important to integrate secondary clinical and competitor landscape analysis into primary market research projects. 

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How We Use Secondary Landscape Analysis to Build Confidence in Our Research Insights

How We Use Secondary Landscape Analysis to Build Confidence in Our Research Insights

08 April 2019

At Vox.Bio we believe that research insights do not live in isolation but within the product’s clinical and competitive environment. We incorporate deep landscape analysis to support and validate research insights providing our clients with greater confidence in our outputs. In this blog we give an example of this approach.

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Can Consumer Technology Really Improve Long Term Health Outcomes?

Can Consumer Technology Really Improve Long Term Health Outcomes?

19 March 2019

Apple and Stanford University’s preliminary results from the Apple Watch Heart Study highlight the potential power of consumer digital technology to contribute to a more predictive rather than reactive healthcare system.

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Why the First 10 Minutes of Qualitative Research are so Important

Why the First 10 Minutes of Qualitative Research are so Important

20 February 2019

Building rapport and group dynamics can have a significantly positive impact on the quality of qualitative research. In this blog we outline why it is so important and give some example tasks.

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A Quick Guide to MaxDiff

A Quick Guide to MaxDiff

15 January 2019

MaxDiff is a great quantitative tool to understand preference or importance. In this blog we give a quick guide to this methodology, including how it can be used and how to get the best out of it.

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Happy Holidays!!

Happy Holidays!!

11 December 2018

After the summer’s outing in Cambridge, our UK based team got together in London last week for lunch ahead of the holiday season.

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Market Research with Oncology Patients

Market Research with Oncology Patients

21 November 2018

Oncology is an exciting and fast-moving therapy area, in this blog we discuss some of the considerations that must be made when conducting research with this patient population.

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UEGW Highlights

UEGW Highlights

29 October 2018

Following United European Gastroenterology Week in Vienna, we highlight the key themes our team picked out from congress.

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