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Research papers

Housing for disabled people

This paper is based upon a study undertaken for the Department of the Environment and was designed to assess the housing needs and preferences of disabled people in terms of design and location of their dwelling. The main subject of this paper is a...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Congress 1973: The Application Of Market And Social Research For More Efficient Planning
Author: E. Fernando
September 1, 1973

Research papers

Post-Covid Healthcare in Latin America

It is not difficult to set a list of the abrupt changes that we have seen in the medical practiceduring this pandemic. However, which of these changes have been merely circumstantial, andwhich are trends that will grow and consolidate over time? This...

Catalogue: Dynamic. Diverse. Digital
Authors: Diego Casaravilla, Florencia Rojo
Companies: Fine, Fine Argentina
June 20, 2022

Research papers

Do I want to be beautiful?

Beauty has been of major concern to people since ancient times. Think, for example, of the Greek statues. But in the 21st century beauty seems to have become a hype. Perfectly styled female and male bodies and faces flood not only Playboy magazines...

Catalogue: Global Healthcare 2008: Consumer Choice
Author: Dieter Korczak
Company: GP Forschungsgruppe
February 6, 2008

Research papers

Diversification by pharmaceutical companies into other areas of the health care industry

To summarise, one must look again at Table I when diversifying and expanding in the health care field. Look at the total market, consider all products and services and especially services. Look at highly specialised fields such as life support...

Catalogue: Seminar 1973: Communication And Diversification In Pharmaceuticals, Hospital Supplies And Allied Fields
Author: Robert S. First
June 1, 1973

Research papers

Improving healthcare marketing through market segmentation and targeting

This paper demonstrates how accounting for respondent heterogeneity can improve marketing effectiveness in the healthcare sector. Three specific techniques, Latent Class Analysis, Hierarchical Bayesian Regression, and Decision Trees, are presented....

Catalogue: ESOMAR Global Healthcare Conference 2003
Author: Jon Pinnell
Company: MarketVision Research
February 23, 2003

Videos

Transformation through immersion

Consumer learnings from this work have been integrated into new communications in local markets, they have supported changes in concepts, and the positioning of new projects. GSK now has a much stronger future pipeline for new generation innovation.

Catalogue: Congress 2018
Authors: Nick Leon, Mark Manning
September 23, 2018

Research papers

Transformation through immersion

Consumer learnings from this work have been integrated into new communications in local markets, they have supported changes in concepts, and the positioning of new projects. GSK now has a much stronger future pipeline for new generation innovation.

Catalogue: Congress 2018
Authors: Nick Leon, Mark Manning
September 23, 2018

Case studies

Using sponsorship to communicate to teenagers

This paper examines an attempt to measure the relative impact of a number of sponsorship mediums for promoting a health message, Be Your Best, to Australian teenagers. In essence, the message was used in an attempt to convey to teenagers that if they...

Catalogue: Seminar 1995: Advertising, Sponsorship And Promotions
Author: Patrick Shanahan
June 15, 1995

Research papers

Obesity and consumer choice

Body size and body image have been persistent, key social elements that span almost every culture and society. However, perception and social comparison of body size in more recent years has taken on new importance as the incidence of obesity has...

Catalogue: Consumer Insights 2005
Author: Max Kilger
November 15, 2005