Hannah

Hannah Eccard

About Hannah Eccard

Researcher with diverse experience in quantitative and qualitative research and a unique history of deriving actionable insights through analyzing datasets of 100,000+ data points and delving into primary source narratives. 6+ years designing custom surveys for patient-centered initiatives; specialist in crafting tailored language and utilizing complex logic. 3+ years leading healthcare research initiatives, including research into patient-provider communication, population research and deep-dive analysis into user experience. Areas of expertise include analyzing patient journeys, identifying unmet patient/caregiver needs, conducting message testing and revealing patient perspective in clinical trials.

Patient Engagement through Internet Research and Clinical Trials: Annual Survey Results

Patient Engagement through Internet Research and Clinical Trials: Annual Survey Results By Hannah Eccard Inspire delves in to new developments and continuing trends among patients and caregiver members through its new publication, Insights from Engaged Patients. Details from this fourth annual survey of 9489 respondents are available to download below but here [...]

Using Quantitative and Qualitative Research to Enhance Patient Focused Drug Development

Using Quantitative and Qualitative Research to Enhance Patient Focused Drug Development By Hannah Eccard FDA’s focus of incorporating the patient voice into the drug development process requires the life science industry to engage in new research strategies. Based on what we're seeing so far from the FDA, it appears that the agency [...]

A dazzle of zebras: Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes

A dazzle of zebras: Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes By Hannah Eccard On their website, The Ehlers-Danlos Society explains why people with Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes (EDS) call themselves zebras. “Medical students have been taught for decades that, ‘When you hear hoofbeats behind you, don’t expect to see a zebra.’ In other words, look for the more [...]