Survey of GPs on behalf of MHP Communications about the value of Real World Evidence
Almost all GPs view real world evidence as useful in their prescribing practices, with only 3% saying that real world evidence is not useful to them.
While no one type of real world evidence stands out to the majority of GPs as being the most useful, generally the types tested fall into two categories: those that are more useful to GPs and those that are less useful. This suggests that a combination of the three types of real world evidence tested is likely to have the greatest impact on GPs’ prescribing practices.
Date Published: 06/01/2016
Categories: GB | Health | Professionals
Client: MHP Communications
ComRes interviewed 1,003 UK-based GPs online between 12th and 21st August 2015. Quotas were set to ensure a representative spread of GPs across the former SHA regions of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Survey of GPs on behalf of MHP Communications about the value of Real World Evidence in August 2015