Case Study

Sleep, Stress, and Infant Nutrition Case Study

Pediatrics
CNS
Gastrointestinal

Objective

Danone sought to gather and compare real-life data on parenting with both full-term and pre-term infants.

Methodology

Data was collected virtually through a chat function in the app that asked parents daily questions about stress levels, infant nutrition and sleep.

Results

• Full recruitment completed 25% ahead of plan.
• Disparities in stress levels between the two groups revealed the need for more support for parents of pre-term infants.
• 80% of tired parent participants rated the app as “easy to use.”

Case Study

Sleep, Stress, and Infant Nutrition Case Study

Pediatrics
CNS
Gastrointestinal
Gathering in-home data from parents with infants (preterm and full-term) via chatbot

Objective

Danone sought to gather and compare real-life data on parenting with both full-term and pre-term infants.

Methodology

Data was collected virtually through a chat function in the app that asked parents daily questions about stress levels, infant nutrition and sleep.

Results

• Full recruitment completed 25% ahead of plan.
• Disparities in stress levels between the two groups revealed the need for more support for parents of pre-term infants.
• 80% of tired parent participants rated the app as “easy to use.”

Case Study

Sleep, Stress, and Infant Nutrition Case Study

Pediatrics
CNS
Gastrointestinal

Objective

Danone sought to gather and compare real-life data on parenting with both full-term and pre-term infants.

Methodology

Data was collected virtually through a chat function in the app that asked parents daily questions about stress levels, infant nutrition and sleep.

Results

• Full recruitment completed 25% ahead of plan.
• Disparities in stress levels between the two groups revealed the need for more support for parents of pre-term infants.
• 80% of tired parent participants rated the app as “easy to use.”

Case Study

Sleep, Stress, and Infant Nutrition Case Study

Pediatrics
CNS
Gastrointestinal

Objective

Danone sought to gather and compare real-life data on parenting with both full-term and pre-term infants.

Methodology

Data was collected virtually through a chat function in the app that asked parents daily questions about stress levels, infant nutrition and sleep.

Results

• Full recruitment completed 25% ahead of plan.
• Disparities in stress levels between the two groups revealed the need for more support for parents of pre-term infants.
• 80% of tired parent participants rated the app as “easy to use.”

Case Study

Sleep, Stress, and Infant Nutrition Case Study

Pediatrics
CNS
Gastrointestinal

Objective

Danone sought to gather and compare real-life data on parenting with both full-term and pre-term infants.

Methodology

Data was collected virtually through a chat function in the app that asked parents daily questions about stress levels, infant nutrition and sleep.

Results

• Full recruitment completed 25% ahead of plan.
• Disparities in stress levels between the two groups revealed the need for more support for parents of pre-term infants.
• 80% of tired parent participants rated the app as “easy to use.”

Case Study

Sleep, Stress, and Infant Nutrition Case Study

Pediatrics
CNS
Gastrointestinal

Objective

Danone sought to gather and compare real-life data on parenting with both full-term and pre-term infants.

Methodology

Data was collected virtually through a chat function in the app that asked parents daily questions about stress levels, infant nutrition and sleep.

Results

• Full recruitment completed 25% ahead of plan.
• Disparities in stress levels between the two groups revealed the need for more support for parents of pre-term infants.
• 80% of tired parent participants rated the app as “easy to use.”

Case Study

Sleep, Stress, and Infant Nutrition Case Study

Pediatrics
CNS
Gastrointestinal

Objective

Danone sought to gather and compare real-life data on parenting with both full-term and pre-term infants.

Methodology

Data was collected virtually through a chat function in the app that asked parents daily questions about stress levels, infant nutrition and sleep.

Results

• Full recruitment completed 25% ahead of plan.
• Disparities in stress levels between the two groups revealed the need for more support for parents of pre-term infants.
• 80% of tired parent participants rated the app as “easy to use.”

Case Study

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