Examples of our work
Generic case studies: The majority of our market and social research and strategy work remains 'commercial in confidence' and can only be described in generic terms. With this in mind, we have prepared ten generic case studies based on projects Vawser and Associates has conducted in the last few years.
Public domain research and strategy projects: A limited number of Vawser and Associates projects are in the public domain and are illustrated in the following case studies. One is in the healthcare sector, two are in the banking and finance sector (social research) and one in local government. These identify the client organisation, provide more specific detail about each project and include access to reports, articles and / or presentations.
Chemotherapy administered in the home setting, 2018 - Conducted for Baxter Compounding in 2018, the project was designed to explore drivers underlying a trend toward increasing use of chemotherapy administered in the home setting. It was designed to generate discussion between sector stakeholders in this new chemotherapy administration pathway.
Parenteral Nutrition in the Home Setting 2016 - Conducted for Baxter Healthcare, the project was deigned to explore Home Parenteral Nutrition (HPN) patient perceptions and experiences at various stages of the pathway from hospital to the home and with the Baxter Healthcare home PN service.
Progress Loans Evaluation 2011 - Conducted for ANZ and the Brotherhood of St Laurence. It was a follow on project from the an evaluation conducted in 2009 (see below)
Attitudes of ratepayers towards the Apollo Bay Harbour Precinct Redevelopment - Conducted for Colac Otway Shire in 2011
Towards Affordable Credit for low income Australians - A program evaluation conducted in 2009 for ANZ and the Brotherhood of St Laurence
Stakeholder research in the human papalomavirus (HPV) vaccine market - Conducted in 2009 for CSL Biotherapies in conjunction with the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance (NCIRS)
Do you see what I see - exploratory research investigating the impact of visual framing - Conducted in collaboration with The University of Canterbury (NZ) and The Framing Effect, 2014
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