Author: Jamie Austin, Medical Writer While many people assume that infertility primarily affects women, an estimated 50% of infertility cases are caused by male factors1. Unfortunately, societal misconceptions and stigmatisation have led to a lack of open and honest conversations on this topic. This stigma […]
By Danielle Homewood I really enjoy working in healthcare communications because of the fast-paced and varied projects. Being part of the client service team, a large part of my role involves building relationships with clients and being their day-to-day point of contact to drive a […]
INTRODUCTION Medical teams are an integral part of medical communications (med comms) agencies, bridging the gap between the healthcare and pharma industries. Most crucially, medical teams ensure that the patient perspective is always front and centre, with improved health outcomes being our ultimate goal. While […]
There are more than 7000 rare diseases affecting an estimated 3.5 million people in the UK1. To put that into context, this means 1 in 17 people are affected at some point in their lives. So next time you are on a bus, train or […]
Authors: Matt Kay, Visual Experience Director and Henry Madsen, Visual Experience Lead ‘… instead of a PDF we’d love to have some AR, VR and MR.And when you are finished can you pop it into the Metaverse for us?’ Can the visual experience process […]
By Mark Smith, Senior Medical Manager and Hamed Khan, Associate Medical Manager In recent years, we have witnessed the emergence of therapies with more precise pharmacological targets. Taking an example from oncology, traditional chemotherapy relies on the principle of cytotoxicity. By prevention of cell proliferation […]
When our Diversity and Inclusion Ambassadors asked me to write a blog for Deaf Awareness Week, my first thought was ‘Wow! This is the first time, ever, anyone has asked me to write about deafness but, where should I start?’ There is so much I want […]
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