Newsletter

October 2016

Posted by: KJT Group on 10/3/2016

Please take a moment to read our October issue of Insight Brief:

  • Knowledge Gaps in Symptoms and Side-Effects Experienced by Women - Tara Lukas
  • Maximizing Quantitative Data Quality - Ryan Smith
  • Service Design Thinking and Design Thinking - Michaela Gascon
Tags: KJT Group | Quantitative | Design Thinking

September 2016

Posted by: KJT Group on 9/6/2016

We hope you enjoy September's Insight Brief featuring:

  • 2016 US Presidential Election: Impact on Healthcare Market Research - Tom Richardson
  • What is it Like to Work at a Research Company? - Dan Wasserman
  • Conjoint vs. Max Diff: What's the 'Diff'? - Jonny Davis
Tags: KJT Group | Healthcare Reform | Conjoint Analysis

August 2016

Posted by: KJT Group on 8/8/2016

Our August issue of Insight Brief features:

  • Data, Results and Answers: Statistics in Practice - Chris Claeys
  • 2016 US Presidential Election: Defend, Repeal or Replace Obamacare - Tom Richardson
  • Demonstrating Righteous Economic Benefit by Choosing the Right Tools - Renske ten Ham
Tags: KJT Group

July 2016

Posted by: KJT Group on 7/11/2016

In the July issue of Insight Brief:

  • Brexit's Impact on the Medtech Industry - Stuart O'Connell
  • Why the Commotion About Emotion? - Rebecca Jones
  • Screener Design to Select Valuable Respondents - Ty Lantz-Subtelny
Tags: KJT Group | Market Research

June 2016

Posted by: KJT Group on 6/6/2016

Please take a moment to read our June issue of Insight Brief:

  • An Overview of Health Technology Assessment in the US - Dan Wasserman
  • Recruiting Hard-to-Reach Audiences in Healthcare Market Research - Johan Mohd Sani
  • Health Insurer Anthem’s Joint Ventures - Kevin Pond
Tags: KJT Group | Market Research

May 2016

Posted by: KJT Group on 5/9/2016

We hope you enjoy the May issue of Insight Brief

  • PMRG Connect: The Convergence of Art & Science in Marketing Research - Michaela Gascon
  • Time and Motion Studies: Building Evidence - Coty Reisdorf
  • Qualitative Research - Which Method to Choose? - Clare Murphy
Tags: Market Research | Qualitative