October will be a very busy month indeed, with 279 ongoing live publication projects alone!
We’re delighted to be supporting a new client on a comprehensive communication programme.
Soon we’ll be welcoming new people to our teams in both the US and UK…and we’re actively looking for even more people to join us across all locations.
When the Oslo Cancer Cluster was established in August 2015 with funding of over one billion Norwegian krone, this dedicated oncology research incubator was intended to be a centre of expertise; home to the very best in the business. It’s no surprise then, that the only communications agency to be part of the cluster is
As Paragon gears up to support its most intensive programme of client events to date over the 2016 congress season, we manage to combine meticulous preparations with an expansion of our client roster as well as our senior team.
New Scientific Director Richard Crampton joins Paragon this month with lots of interesting challenges to get stuck into.
Karen Turner and Gauri Saal join the comms agency Global communications agency The Prime Medical Group has appointed Karen Turner as vice president of client services and Gauri Saal as principal medical writer in its Knutsford, UK office. Turner (pictured) has over 20 years of medical communications experience, and will be responsible for providing divisional
Read about our new three appointments to the senior team, in Zenopa >>
The Prime Medical Group strengthens leadership team. >>
Prime hires new trio The Prime Medical Group has taken on three new senior staff: VP, client services Karen Turner and principal medical writer Gauri Saal arrived earlier in the summer, while legal counsel Peter Townsend will start next week. Turner previously worked at Ashfield, the recent buyer of PR firm Pegasus, and Saal at
Oslo Cancer Cluster (OCC) is an oncology research and industry cluster dedicated to accelerating the development of new cancer diagnostics and medicines. OCC is well positioned in the global oncology industry. Gathering about 75 members from Norway and Northern Europe, the OCC represents the entire oncology value chain. In 2015, the Oslo Cancer Cluster Innovation
The Prime Medical Group recently announced three new hire who will reinforce an already impressive senior line-up. Find out more about Karen Turner (VP, Client Services), Gauri Saal (Principal Medical Writer) and Peter Townsend (Legal Counsel) here. (Source: Prime Medical Group, pharmiweb.com, 9/6/16) Read the full article >>
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The word is out about huge news on the way from Spark – the agency is set to make an official announcement about a brand new office opening soon in the Asia-Pacific region. This will be a first for the Prime Global family and it will expand the group’s presence to a truly worldwide, 24/7
Augmented reality (AR) really is changing the future of healthcare. Take a look at these really rather amazing examples of AR already making a difference.
The IPA awards are for outstanding creativity in healthcare advertising, acknowledging outstanding promotion of brands to HCPs and consumers. Judged by some of the best people in the creative side of healthcare, take a look at the latest winners.
The battle of the apps rages on and healthcare is a popular field to be in. The competition is fierce but we think this one stands out from the others. Take a look and see what you think.
It’s a well known fact that the medcomms business is great for those of us who enjoy a spot of travel, but even the most seasoned globetrotter might raise an eyebrow at the recent Scion schedule. In the last few months the agency has delivered back-to-back events for clients in Belgium, Germany, France, Japan, Taiwan,
The last quarter has been a particularly busy and exciting one for the Core team. Inspired by the competitive spirit of the Olympics, the agency recorded a hat-trick of new account wins during the period, demonstrating their particular strength in some key therapy areas. The new projects are set to go live soon, meeting client
Infographics have been around for a while but they are still very on trend and a great way to communicate complex data in a simplified and engaging manner. Here are a couple of new infographics that are first-class examples of content communicated for a modern audience.
There is pretty much an app for everything and healthcare is certainly no exception. Have a look at this gaming app that has been designed to help with research into dementia.
Augmented reality has been around for a while and designers are increasingly looking at new ways of implementing layered learning to enhance the user experience.
In order to ensure that as many citizens as possible have access to the life-saving medical procedures they need, Japan’s Central Social Insurance Medical Council, an organization of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, has this week announced that the cost of 3D printed organ models used to assist medical treatments and surgeries will be
We had a great time celebrating Med Comms in all our offices. Read more about what we got up to here: http://knutsfordhub.co.uk/knutsfords-prime-medical-group-celebrates-medcomms-day/
We’re looking for people who are truly excited by science. People who can look at a brief and see the possibilities, not just the regulations. We believe that a scientific mind is a creative one. You’re used to pushing boundaries and exploring opportunities that others haven’t considered.
Is your health on the right track? We thought this was a clever use of interactive video and creative storytelling by Bupa.
Virtual reality is going to be the big thing of 2016. Sony Playstation is bringing out a headset in a couple of months, Oculus Rift is now in it’s second stage of development after being bought by Facebook, and with the latest high definition advancements virtual reality is no longer a word from the ’80s. What