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General Dental Council Patient and Public survey 2014 29 July 2015 This report contains the findings of the Annual Patient and Public Survey 2014 carried out by Ipsos MORI for the General Dental Council. The study was designed to capture and track patient and public awareness and perceptions of the General Dental Council and to provide insight into key and emerging policy areas. General Dental Council Patient and Public survey 2014
The Attention Deficit: How brands can be heard in a world of media overload 16 July 2015 The competition to be heard has never been greater. People have access to more content, at more speed and across more devices than ever before. In this thought piece Ipsos Connect's Phil Shaw looks at how brands can cut through and build connections with people when the choice of what to engage with is so vast. The Attention Deficit: How brands can be heard in a world of media overload
Understanding Society: The Perils of Perception 14 July 2015 Welcome to the latest edition of the Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute’s Understanding Society. This issue explores the challenges in associated with measuring and understanding the way people think and act. Understanding Society: The Perils of Perception
Ipsos MORI Research Highlights - July 2015 8 July 2015 Find all the latest Ipsos MORI social and market research for the last month collated here in one easily accessible document. This month we have been reflecting in particular on how much, and how little, things have changed since 1975, as part of Ipsos’ 40th anniversary. Ipsos MORI Research Highlights - July 2015
Public Perceptions of the NHS and Social Care Survey 1 July 2015 Our regular study of public attitudes regarding the NHS and social care for the Department of Health Public Perceptions of the NHS and Social Care Survey
Ipsos Connect Tech Tracker Q2 2015 24 June 2015 Ipsos Connect's Tech Tracker is a quarterly, GB nationally representative research survey which measures the emerging trends and developments in technology. Ipsos Connect Tech Tracker Q2 2015
The spread and adoption of healthcare innovations in North West London 3 June 2015 Imperial College Health Partners (ICHP) have published a report conducted by the Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute exploring the enablers and barriers to adopting and diffusing three healthcare innovations in North West London. The report discusses the healthcare system-wide implications of the research. The spread and adoption of healthcare innovations in North West London
Drinkaware Monitor 2014: Adults' drinking behaviour and attitudes in the UK 3 June 2015 In late 2014 we conducted a survey for alcohol education charity Drinkaware, to provide insight into UK adults' drinking behaviour and attitudes towards alcohol. Drinkaware Monitor 2014: Adults' drinking behaviour and attitudes in the UK
Living Wage in Scotland 27 May 2015 The Scottish Government has published research conducted by Ipsos MORI Scotland and Loughborough University which considers a number of issues for consideration in paying the Living Wage in Scotland. Living Wage in Scotland
The NHS, the public and the election 6 May 2015 Ipsos MORI's health team have looked at what our data tells us about public perceptions of health topics discussed during the election. The NHS, the public and the election
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