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Doctors are invited to participate in market research on a range of topics.
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There are many benefits in completing market research
Earn extra income
Doctors can earn eSR points (electronic Surfing Rewards) by completing market research surveys on a range of subjects from treatment options to pharmaceutical companies' promotional activities.
These eSR points can then be exchanged for exclusive merchandise, or vouchers for big name stores including Amazon, Argos and Sainsbury's.
Doctors.net.uk members earned over £800,000 in eSR points last year.
Typical payments for market research range between around £5 for a five-minute survey up to £80 for longer, in-depth studies.
Short surveys - a great way to collect rewards regularly
The research portfolio includes the monthly
and the weekly
, through which doctors can earn eSR points regularly.
Support the service
Completing market research surveys contributes to Doctors.net.uk income, which helps to keep the service free for all members, and supports development of new clinical resources.
Flexibility and convenience
With so many market research surveys available, there’s something to suit everyone from five-minute opinion polls to ongoing in-depth research.
Surveys can be completed at any time of day. It is possible to pause a survey and return later to complete it, though Doctors.net.uk advises members to complete a survey in one session as quotas tend to fill quickly. In this instance, those not completing a survey in one session may be disappointed and as they will not receive the associated reward.
You will need to 'opt in' to receive personal market research invitations. Keeping your profile up to date will ensure you only receive surveys relevant to your speciality and sub-speciality.
To maintain the high quality of research performed by Doctors.net.uk, all responses given in surveys must be true and accurate. Doctors.net.uk reserves the right to remove any questionable data received and also may reclaim any associated rewards from members contributing such data. Doctors.net.uk may also ban these members from participation in research.
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