Case Study

Brain Tumors-What patients and their caregivers need-An Inspire Insights: Engage Case Study

Brain Tumors - What patients and caregivers need - An Inspire Insights: Engage Case Study By Monica St. Claire Almost 80,000 adults will be diagnosed with brain or spinal cord tumors in the US this year.1 Seven hundred thousand are living with brain tumors in the US today.1 Although extensive media coverage [...]

Boosting Engagement with Inspire Promote: Sponsored Content

Boosting Engagement with Inspire Promote: Sponsored Content By Odin Soevik Last year we created a new Promote offering - Inspire Promote: Sponsored Content. Sponsored Content, a form of native advertising, allows clients to publish long-form, brand-sponsored content with the look and feel of posts within the discussion feed of our communities. (See, Turning [...]

Launching communities with Inspire: The Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumor (PNET) Support Community

Launching communities with Inspire: The Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumor (PNET) Support Community For patients and caregivers facing rare cancers, finding others going through the same experience is challenging.  Yet, communicating with others who have “been there” is essential support. This can be especially true when statistics and online [...]

Finding Patients With Rare Cancers Quickly

Finding Patients with Rare Cancers Quickly Almost one-third of all cancer deaths are caused by rare cancers but rare cancers represent only between 23.4% and 27% of all cancer cases.1 Between 25 and 30 million Americans and around 30 million people in the European Union live with rare diseases.2 Rare cancers are [...]

Finding the Rarest of the Rare for Market Research

Finding the Rarest of the Rare for Market Research: Patient Journey Mapping Through In-depth Interviews People with rare diseases have poorly understood patient journeys.  Recently, Inspire conducted a project for a client to identify unmet needs and uncover the frustrations and challenges of a group of hard-to-find patients with an extremely rare [...]