There may be a time that you’ve been stopped in the street to answer a few questions, or you’ve had a phone call asking you to take part in some consumer research. Invariably these have caught you at a bad time, you’re in a rush to get somewhere or making the dinner and it’s no doubt, taken far longer than your interviewer indicated. Even if you’ve begrudgingly agreed to participate, what do you actually get out of the process?
No doubt those experiences can be enough to put people off taking part in anything that could remotely be referred to as market research. Rest assured, these examples are not typical of all market research. There are multiple types of studies you can be involved in that will not only suit your personal situation, they can earn you some spare cash and also happen at a time and place convenient to you. Certainly, with medical device market research you may be asked to take part in anything from telephone or web interviews to in person, one to one or group discussions.
The success of a study can depend on the how well the participants have been matched to the criteria for the research and as recruiters, we’ll really take the time to understand your situation or any medical conditions and match you with the right study. We’ve worked with thousands of participants over the years and the process of becoming one of our panel members to call upon for a study or even applying directly to a specific piece of research couldn’t be simpler. We’re always on the lookout for people with health conditions or carers of those with an illness as well as healthy individuals too.
We value the opinions of our participants as much as our clients do. So, if you’re interested in hearing more then why not watch what Richard, Annie, Holly, Colin, Oscar, Simon, Alice and Luciana have to say. They’re 8 of our valued panel members who have provided their views on what it’s like to take part in studies through MediVoice Recruit. If you are looking for extra cash, something different to do, wishing to help others by helping to advance the development of medical devices or just that wanting to find a new and rewarding challenge, then signing up to join the MediVoice Recruit panel could be for you.