Want to steer the narrative and contribute to your wider patient community?
People are at the heart of everything we do. We enable you to steer the narrative of your own story, helping you to positively contribute to your wider patient community.
What we do
Origins work with pharma, biopharma and biotech organisations to help them involve, understand and engage with patients, so that these companies can develop and market products that offer genuine benefits to help people live better lives.
We carry out a variety of different projects to help make sure the patient voice is heard.
One way we do this is we conduct paid healthcare market research projects on behalf of our clients, providing the opportunity for patients and caregivers to tell their stories, using their own words.
This helps healthcare companies to understand the aspects of daily life when living with a diagnosis, that are most important to patients and their families.
Before committing to a project, we will provide information about what someone will be asked to do, how long they’ll be involved for, and what will happen after they’ve finished.
If someone chooses to take part in one of our projects, they will have a dedicated member of our team on hand to guide them through their participation.
Our participants are always treated with kindness and respect and their contributions will be valued.
Origins perform all their market research in accordance with BHBIA (British Healthcare Business Intelligence Association) and abide by EphMRA (European Pharmaceutical Market Research Association) code of conduct regarding anonymity, confidentiality, and the ethical practice of market research.
We ensure that all aspects of our projects comply with legal and ethical guidelines, data protection legislation and GDPR regulations.
Education and support
We work with our clients to create solutions (for example written information, educational videos, patient forums) that work for patients and their families.
To ensure these solutions work for their intended audiences, we work with patient support groups, individual patients, and their families to make sure the language used, the tone and content are all suitable and appropriate.