Healthcare Speciality

Healthcare is different. The way medicines are developed, tested, regulated and marketed is a complex world. It’s not only the procedures that are tightly governed – what you can say, to whom and in what circumstances is subject to the strictest regulations.

We have an international reputation in the healthcare sector. We work with the biggest pharmaceutical, biotech and device companies in the world, helping them develop, deliver and defend their stories. We have a particular expertise in communicating clinical trial results and helping companies prepare for regulatory and reimbursement submissions.

Chief Executive John Clare is a recognised expert in the field and the author of a number of books on the subject.

Communicating Clearly About Science and Medicine

Scientific communication is challenging. This book looks at these and many more challenges, then introduces powerful techniques for overcoming them. It can help you develop and deliver impactful presentations on medical and scientific data and tell a clear, compelling story based on your research findings.

The 7 Deadly Sins of Scientific Presentations (and How to Avoid Them)

This e-book is a summary of the key points that you need to embrace to make you a very good presenter. They come from the 22 years I have spent coaching scientists and medics to do just that. The book is deliberately short. You can read it in your lunch break.

Communicating Clearly About Science and Medicine

Scientific communication is challenging. This book looks at these and many more challenges, then introduces powerful techniques for overcoming them. It can help you develop and deliver impactful presentations on medical and scientific data and tell a clear, compelling story based on your research findings.

The 7 Deadly Sins of Scientific Presentations (and How to Avoid Them)

This e-book is a summary of the key points that you need to embrace to make you a very good presenter. They come from the 22 years I have spent coaching scientists and medics to do just that. The book is deliberately short. You can read it in your lunch break.