Our dedicated healthcare fieldwork market research team are specialists in studies involving healthcare professionals and healthcare users. We have expertise in the recruitment and management of human factors research, medical device usability and pharmaceutical market research.
The knowledge and skills that we have gained from our years of working specifically within this market sector are highly valued by our clients for discussing the feasibility of projects and how to effectively engage participants.
We have our own UK-wide database of both healthcare professionals and healthcare users who provide us with the full scope of disease areas and professional specialisms required for any healthcare research. We also have strong community partnerships and work with a number of organisations which expands our scope and reach much further than traditional recruitment.
Beyond the capabilities of our healthcare team, we provide a deep sense of care and professionalism. Working within this market sector presents different challenges to consumer research and we’ve invested within our healthcare fieldwork team to ensure we uphold the highest levels of professionalism, sensitivity and industry accreditations.
We’re confident across all methodologies including some of the ones listed here:
Our healthcare fieldwork team are sensitive not only to the needs of your research but also the audience you’re trying to engage with, so when you’re working with us you can expect:
To know more about our healthcare services contact Jordan Ashall on 0161 234 9940 or email Jordan.Ashall@acumenfieldwork.com
Jordan is a key member of the healthcare team, providing senior level support across the department on a variety of projects and leading the team on a number of initiatives, such as increasing our database of healthcare participants. Jordan is always happy to lend his experience to clients during the early stages, scoping out phases of a new projects. This early involvement can really help to ensure the success of the project with clients getting the insights they need and participants feeling engaged and valued.
Senior Project and Recruitment Manager
Al is kept fairly busy with his young family of two daughters, Etta and Wren. When they’re not keeping him on his toes he indulges his love of watching sports – especially when it comes to heading down to Twickenham to watch the Rugby International matches.
Back at home he can usually be found in the kitchen cooking up a storm for his friends and family.
It would be fair to say that Alishia knows that variety is the spice of life. Hailing from Newcastle she relocated to Manchester to indulge her love of live music, gigs and festivals. When she’s not spending her time on the music scene she loves (her words) “old lady hobbies” such as reading, crocheting and curling up with her kitten Bea to watch history documentaries.
Senior Project & Recruitment Manager
Julia is a true crime devotee – but don’t worry her passion for this is strictly limited to Podcasts; of which she has a long list of recommendations for anyone and everyone within earshot. However, she is keen to point out that she balances out this love of true crime with the glitz of Rupaul’s Drag Race, the zen of Yoga, and the love of spoiling her pet cat.
Fun fact: Julia once appeared on the Esther Rantzen Show with Wolf from Gladiators.
Project & Recruitment Manager
It’s well-known in the office that Vicki is the person to speak to you if you have an interest in all things vintage. She’s an expert bargain hunter and always manages to find those hidden gems. She’s also a passionate vegan, tea drinker and red wine connoisseur – although not all at the same time.
Vicki keeps herself fit with pole dance fitness classes and keeps herself entertained with horror and sci-fi books and movies.
Senior Recruitment Specialist
Harriet is by her own admission a restless soul. Finding it hard to sit still for very long she fills her time away from work with the gym, partying the night away at events like the Warehouse Project and long heady weekends at festivals.
The big dream is to do much more travelling. Her favourite destinations so far include Barcelona and Singapore – but she’s already busy thinking about all the places she’d love to go over the next couple of years.