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MedTech Firms Invited to Post Diabetes Questions

Fri, 06/07/2013 - 11:44am
Creative Medical Research

Suffolk (UK) based Creative Medical Research (CMR) is giving medical device manufacturers the chance to ask questions of 150 EU and US-based Diabetes Nurses through its latest Omnibus Survey.

The survey has already attracted a number of the major medical device manufacturers keen to understand the concerns and thoughts of the Healthcare Professionals who focus on Diabetes and use their technologies every day.

John Reynard, CEO of CMR, explained: “As specialist market researchers in the Diabetes sector, CMR has its own proprietary panel of Specialist Diabetes Nurses, covering EU markets and the United States. The panel forms the basis of CMR’s Omnibus Survey and enables our clients to present ‘key questions’ to an experienced and insightful sample of Specialist Diabetes Nurses.

“We provide a vital bridge between the medical device manufacturer and the end user and HCP community and the more channels that are open the better as it drives innovation and leads to improved technologies and improved healthcare.

“This Diabetes Omnibus Survey opens up those channels to aid the treatment and management of a condition that is predicted to affect one in ten of the global population in the not too distant future,” added John.

Founded in 2000 and recently named by Plimsoll as one of the five fastest growing UK medical research companies, CMR, based at Great Blakenham near Ipswich, provides the market research that gives medical device companies the imaginative insight they need to develop new products. CMR works with the majority of the major global medical device manufacturers.

The next deadline for receipt of draft questions is 18th June 2012. The fieldwork will take place 1st-12th July, followed by a report week commencing 29th July.

For more information, visit www.creativemedicalresearch.com.

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