Systematically synthesizing (scientific) literature can be done by conducting a review. We perform systematic reviews, literature reviews, meta-analysis, mixed studies, narrative reviews, scoping reviews, and rapid reviews.


Gathering data directly from respondents or study participants by asking them a set of questions is what surveys do. We use different types of survey methods, including online survey method, mail surveys, paper surveys, and SMS surveys.


In addition to Surveys we apply face-to-face interviews, focus group interviews, and phone interviews. Interviews enable us to ask follow-up questions

Delphi method

In addition to Surveys and Interviews, we conduct the (modified) Delphi method or technique to gather the views of experts and to identify the level of consensus among them.


In transferring clinical and economic evidence from one study population to another or combining and linking evidence we use health economic modelling.

Other methods

In the search for facts and explanations we apply those techniques that provide you robust information to support decision making about your innovation.

early-Health Technology Assessment

To inform stakeholders about the potential value of new medical products or services in the development phase

Health Policy and Systems Research

To support informed decision making regarding how health systems respond and adapt to health policies, and how health policies can shape health systems and the broader determinants of health

Health Services Research

To inform decision makers about the structure, processes, and outcomes of health services for individuals and populations by gathering information about the access, use, quality, delivery, organisation, financing, outcomes, and impact of health care services across the continuum

Improvement Science

To determine which improvement and transformation strategies work to improve healthcare quality and safety

Rapid Research

To provide evidence about the design, implementation, experience

Theory Based Research

To explain how and under what circumstances programmes, interventions or innovations will work in real-world complex systems by addressing dynamism and context.


To create an intensive educational experience for a group of people, we conduct workshops in various formats depending on the intended audience.t

Oral presentations

To educate and inform you, your team, or a broader audience we verbally present and discuss the evidence for your innovation.


To summarize the research for a broader audience, we produce attractive and easy to read posters.


To share the evidence for your innovation with a scientific audience we write manuscripts and take care of the submission process.


To support the internal and external decision-making processes about your innovation, we write reports tailored to the identified audience.


We offer kick-off project meetings, follow-up meetings, training sessions, consultations, and other ways of engagement with you and your team.

Let us support you in making your innovation count.