Over the last 50 years, our market-leading media brands have become their most trusted sources of medical news and education. In return, our community provides us with quantitative and qualitative data that give us deep insight into what they think and do.
We then use this knowledge to create innovative and flexible educational programmes and communication campaigns which deliver measurable, impactful outcomes.
Hospital Pharmacy Europe reaches an engaged community of hospital pharmacists throughout Europe through its trusted magazine and well-attended events.
We created a well-respected and established annual conference for healthcare professionals involved in the treatment of opioid dependence, which has consistently improved physician behaviour.
Under the Pulse brand we produce market-leading magazines, websites and events for GPs. Pulse works with a wide range of advertisers, including biotechnology company Thermo Fisher.
Continuum is our international peer-to-peer educational initiative to help healthcare professionals treat ADHD more effectively through innovative events.
We promoted the only oral typhoid vaccine on the market to 650 practice nurses through a series of successful and engaging roadshows.
We ran a successful campaign for the nasal spray Stérimar through our GP media brand Pulse, leading to a 32.5% increase in product prescriptions.
We created an interactive data tool that helped sales representatives to engage more effectively with medicine optimisation teams.
We educated almost 1,000 healthcare professionals at a satellite symposium of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology Congress, doubling our client’s attendance target.
We analysed the global market for our client’s product and provided impactful strategic recommendations.
We created an interactive map of key opinion leaders, with their influence weighted by several different, adjustable metrics.
Nursing in Practice runs 12 conference exhibitions and 62 roadshows a year, engaging nurses working in primary care with the latest clinical developments.