Monthly Archives: March 2019

Flood management research with farmers

Together with JBA Consulting, Enventure Research has recently completed a series of focus groups with farmers about natural flood management (NFM) on behalf of the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).


One of Enventure’s skilled moderators held three focus groups with farmers in February and March, with two taking place in Loddington (Leicestershire) and another in Lofthouse (North Yorkshire). A discussion guide was designed by Enventure Research to gain useful insight through exploring perceptions of NFM barriers and how to facilitate NFM in the future, among other topics.


A report of the qualitative research findings will now be written by Enventure, highlighting common themes and topics of discussion from the focus groups to assist in Defra’s decision making about NFM moving forward.

Yorkshire Dales National Park Resident Communication Survey

Enventure Research and Feedback Market Research are conducting a communication survey with residents in the Yorkshire Dales National Park on behalf of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority. The survey is being conducted by telephone over the next few weeks. Enventure Research have put together a handy list of FAQs about the survey here.


For any queries about the survey please call our survey helpline on 0800 0092 117.


More information about the survey can be found on the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority website.

Association of Anaesthetists Membership Survey

Fieldwork has just begun for the Association of Anaesthetists Membership Survey. Enventure Research was commissioned to undertake the membership survey on behalf of the Association (previously known as AAGBI), having successfully delivered the previous membership survey in 2015.


In order to allow for direct comparisons to be made, the questionnaire includes topics and questions previously asked, in addition to new topics that the Association wished to explore. The survey is being hosted online by Enventure Research and has recently been sent out via email to the entire membership of the Association.


Once the survey has closed, a final written report will be provided to the Association following extensive analysis of the returned data. The findings from the survey will help the Association to better understand its membership and to ensure that the organisation continues to reflect the needs, views and opinions of members in order to continually provide support to them in the future.