Rigorous analysis
to understand the world correctly

We design each study together with the client, understanding their needs and establishing together the scientific criteria that will guide the survey. We use qualitative and quantitative approaches to design, collect, process and analyze data.

Qualitative analysis allows investigation of complex phenomena in depth through multidisciplinary approaches, using cognitive and creative techniques and multiple detection tools selected on the basis of their ability to grasp the most significant characteristics of the study object.

Qualitative analysis is based on the application of statistical methods and allows the processing of very large quantities of analysis units and variables connected to them through the construction of representative samples and the administration of questionnaires.

The tools of the trade for a shared table

For qualitative analysis, , we use the following tools:

  • Focus group, Active group, Test group
  • Creative group sessions
  • Problem solving oriented workshops
  • Ethnographic observations
  • Semi-structured personal interviews and individual interviews
  • phenomenological
  • Socio-semiotic desk analysis and language analysis
  • Qualitative monitoring
  • Synchronous and asynchronous online sessions
  • Integrated off / on line sessions

For quantitative analysis:

  • CAPI + Tablet personal interviews
  • CATI telephone interviews
  • CAWI + Mobile online interviews

On December 31, 2016, the 2014-2016 three-year training period, with the obligation for all doctors to receive 150 ECM credits will end. This is an important tool, strongly desired by the Ministry, to ensure that professionals always have updated knowledge and patients have the best care.

Never before has such up-to-date and thorough knowledge been so fundamental to fight the Ebola virus and all the new pandemics. Yet, even in the light of the most recent cases, health care providers have proved to be incorrectly prepared.

The Syndrome of obstructive sleep apnea (OSAS) afflicts over one and a half million Italians, so much so that 80% of doctors have patients who suffer from it.

Every year, more than 8,000 physicians graduate in Italy. Every year, the post-university preparation system welcomes about 6,000 specialists who, at the end of an additional training cycle, will be ready for placement in the national health system.

Insurance for the world of health care professionals offers valid solutions, of course, but does not always completely respond to the unforeseen events of such a delicate profession. There are in fact many companies on the market with tailor-made coverage and latent critical issues.