We are very proud of this UCL case study. Everybody here at theICEway takes tremendous pride in their work. Whenever the opportunity arises to evaluate that work with the clients involved, we welcome it. We know that feedback is essential to our core service proposition. It helps to identify key strengths and can also highlight where more focus may be required. The only thing we love more than creating a case study is sharing one.
Our challenge on this occasion was to produce a survey with UCL’s CAP-COVID team. Aimed at pregnant women, the survey would create important data in the fight against COVID.
ICE consultants would be working with University College London Hospitals and the Institute of Women’s Health at University College London.
The key objective was to evaluate the effects of COVID-19 on babies and pregnant women.
A true collaboration was needed as this was a real first of its kind. Hopefully, our combined efforts will prove to be very valuable over time.
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The key challenges we all faced together
We worked on this together during the lockdown, a huge challenge in itself.
- Remote working
- Aggressive deadlines
- An ethics committee
- Adapting to new tools
- Evaluating numerous website iterations
The solutions we ultimately produced together
- Our combined experience
- A fantastic team ethic, despite of and because of the remote conditions
What some of the collaborators said
Conor Byrne, theICEway:
“Working alongside the teams at UCL was an absolute pleasure from start to finish.”
Neerujah Balachandran, UCL:
“With theICEway’s extensive healthcare experience, and our combined track records, we were very confident that they would be able to deliver alongside us…”.
Keep an eye out for more case studies in the months ahead. theICEway ecosystem of companies is dedicated towards integrity, people and innovation. These core values are at the heart of everything we do and will continue to be on every project.