In The Field

Study Regarding Rare Blood Disorder

  |   In The Field   |   No comment

Have you ever heard of Immune (Idiopathic) Thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITP) or Chronic Immune Thrombocytopenia? Being the incidence rate is only 2 out of 100,000, the odds are you have not. ITP exists when a person has an abnormally low platelet count for unspecified reasons. This can cause...

Read More

Alzheimer’s: Are you effected?

  |   In The Field   |   No comment

Alzheimer’s is a disease known to many. When we think of Alzheimer’s, most of us probably associate it with forgetfulness, loss of clarity, and inability to perform what were once simple tasks. And we would not be incorrect in our summary of symptoms. Based on...

Read More

Let’s talk response rates!

  |   In The Field   |   No comment

But, first let’s distinguish between response rates, incidence rates, completion rates and non-response . They are related, but not the same, and some clients use these concepts interchangeably, which lead to confusion in sample size and cost estimations. Response rates are usually calculated based on the...

Read More

How Do You Build An Online Community?

  |   In The Field   |   No comment

First generation web communities (Web 1.0) were anchored around gated communities like AOL.  Then they migrated into open communities like GeoCities (which had 38 million user pages before Yahoo! shut it down).  Most of those early communities offered chat rooms and some publishing tools.  Then...

Read More

Run the Republic

  |   In The Field   |   No comment

Okay, so I walked the Republic but hey -- I was proud to make it up the 56 flights of stairs (that's 1,098 stairs!) along with my colleagues Craig Koehler, Maro Lee, Kaylin Linke, Amanda Miller and more than 1600 other climbers. The 3rd annual Anthem...

Read More

Hard-to-reach and hard-to-find

  |   General, In The Field   |   No comment

Qualitative research requires exceptional attention to detail, beginning at the recruitment phase, without which the entire research project would fail. Resolution Research excels in targeting and engaging highly specialized and oftentimes elusive recruits, such as CEOs of Fortune 500 IT companies, key opinion leaders, doctors...

Read More