Inside M3 Insights was created in response to feedback from our panellists. This section is where we share findings from M3 Global Research studies as well as insights from across the M3 Group including Doctors.net.uk and M3 Medical.
Each year we conduct over 3,000 studies in conjunction with over 370.000 healthcare professionals worldwide. We think it’s important that we share the outputs of some of those studies with the community.
Our goal is to demonstrate how our research studies positively impact the healthcare industry and how vital your participation is. We also hope that within these findings you’ll find information that informs your clinical practice and supports continuing medical education.
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We asked our panel of healthcare professionals around the world How the media and the use of it is affecting the healthcare workplace and how they now deal with patient care.
An excellent example of the immediate impact of participating in healthcare market research studies with M3 is a COVID-19 focused project.
Our panel members shared their thoughts about the impact of the pandemic. Over 1500 healthcare professionals and patients took part of our study. Which (if any) of the measures adopted over the past year do you think will be considered
This research study explored the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of healthcare professionals. We surveyed 1477 UK and European based healthcare professionals working across a broad range of specialties. Healthcare professionals are working in busy or
The ‘New Normal’ in America includes working remotely and seeing loved ones and others through the aid of a computer or phone screen. To provide Americans with healthcare while keeping coronavirus risk as low as possible, many healthcare facilities implemented