At Clark Health, we are always looking for the next “big thing” in healthcare. With several neuroscience graduates in our team and our broad experience working on neurology products, it’s an area we like to keep an eye on. Like many other disease areas, breakthroughs in the world of neuroscience are incredibly rare, so when a Huntington’s disease treatment made new ground earlier this year1, it created waves of excitement and we’ve been watching this space ever since. Read more
The Clark Health Communications team is made up of experienced and talented consultants, all motivated by the belief that effective communication is key to addressing the questions and challenges in fighting disease and keeping people well.
Our growing team is supported by an effective network of specialists – from expert strategic advisors and medical writers to creative designers and event coordinators. Together, we build bespoke teams that meet our clients’ needs.
Jez, the founder and Managing Director of Clark Health Communications, has worked in specialist healthcare communications agencies for nearly 20 years, leading award winning teams for a wide variety of clients and across a broad spectrum of projects. He is passionate about the role of communication in health and medicine. He enjoys music, growing vegetables and avoiding DIY.
Deborah brings over 15 years’ agency experience developing, directing and implementing healthcare PR and medical education campaigns across all pharmaceutical lifecycle phases. She loves science, space exploration and Sunrisers Hyderabad. Deborah often bakes up a storm at weekends of bread and sometimes occasion cakes for family and friends. She will always be an indie kid at heart.
James is a Chartered Accountant with 15 years’ financial experience, gained through a range of businesses including a start-up, an established Healthcare PR agency and blue chip organisations. James loves the variety of his role but particularly enjoys business partnering, planning, and delivering projects, preferably all accompanied by many cups of tea.
Sarah has more than eight years’ healthcare communications experience spanning PR, medical education and corporate communications. She loves all things media, is sport mad and fascinated by medicine.
Hannah has over seven years’ experience designing and delivering medical education programmes for predominantly regional and global pharmaceutical clients. She loves seeking out a great cup of coffee and is a keen netball player and volunteer at a North London club.
Candice has over nine years’ experience in healthcare communications, delivering strategic brand communications, media relations and internal communications for pharmaceutical companies. Born and raised in Canada, Candice can be found travelling the world or walking her borrowed dog in Richmond Park.
Dan has over five years’ experience in healthcare communications, managing multiple disease awareness and data communications campaigns for a variety of clients. He has a flare for creative digital projects and particularly enjoys developing film and social media content. Outside of CHC Dan enjoys playing football and strumming his guitar.
Since obtaining a degree in Biomedical science from the University of Warwick, Yara’s enthusiasm for healthcare drove her to medical communications. She has since gained several years’ experience in executing a variety of global medical education projects across several therapy areas. She enjoys all things science and loves meeting new people.
Lorna joined CHC after working in pharmaceutical sales, gaining a useful insight into the healthcare industry. She completed a degree in Biomedical Sciences at Newcastle University and therefore loves being able to work in an environment that thrives on science and curiosity. Outside of CHC she is a self-confessed foodie, enjoys music festivals and exploring living in London as a Northerner.
Fergus joined CHC after graduating from the University of Bristol with a degree in Neuroscience. His enthusiasm for pharmacology and medicine has helped him to engage in a range of our projects. Outside of CHC he enjoys playing for his local rugby club, cooking up new recipes, and he will never miss an opportunity to see a live performance by any of his favourite musicians.
After obtaining a degree in Human Biology from the University of Birmingham, Roland’s passion for science and healthcare led him to start his career in the healthcare communications industry. In his free time he’s an enthusiastic sports fan and a keen rugby player. If he’s not around the sports pitch, it’s more than likely he can be found relaxing with a film or friends.
Will graduated from the University of Bristol with a BSc in Neuroscience in 2017, and wrote his dissertation on the neurobiology and upcoming treatments for major depressive disorder. His passion for healthcare coupled with a desire to write, led him to pursue a career in healthcare communications. When able to, he enjoys going to gigs, theatre shows and talking about coffee.
Lynn has over 25 years’ experience in healthcare communications and is one of CHC’s long-term freelancers. For over a decade, she has dedicated her time to developing written content across the whole spectrum – from crafting scripts for patient videos to supporting authors of peer-review manuscripts. In her spare time, she escapes the constraints of clinical references and writes fiction. She has just completed her first novel.
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Recently, there have been a number of reports and studies exploring the potential therapeutic applications of currently illicit drugs. Cannabis is breaking down barriers in the treatment of certain types of epilepsy in the UK and a marketing application for an intranasal esketamine spray has been submitted to the EMA for treatment-resistant major depressive disorder.
Currently available antidepressants, such as SSRIs, are used collectively to treat major depressive disorder, anxiety and other mood disorders. They have been shown to lack substantial efficacy in all patient populations and are renowned for having a delayed onset of action (Penn and Tracy, 2012). Working in the area of mental health at CHC, coupled with an interest to find out more, we ventured further into a current avenue of research that looked more and more curious…
Over the past couple of months we have been sharing some insights into our Delivering ChangeTM planning model. In the final blog of this series we delve into our ‘Library of Change’. Read more
31-35 Kirby Street Tel: +44 (0)20 7492 1900 CHC are based at 31-35 Kirby St. Turn right out of the station and at the end of the road turn right again onto Cowcross St. Then follow the directions from that station exit. Walk along Cowcross St towards Farringdon Road, going past Costa. Cross Farringdon Road and walk up Greville St. Kirby street is the second road on the right. CHC is at 31-35, on the left with the red pillars. The office is about a 5 minute walk from here. Turn left out of Chancery Lane station and walk along Holborn. Take a left onto Hatton Garden and then the first right onto Greville St. Kirby St is the first road on the left. CHC is at 31-35, on the left with the red pillars. At the door marked 31, buzz for reception to access the building. At reception ask for CHC. We’ll come down to get you.
Clark Health Communications
London, EC1N 8TE.
From Farringdon Station;
Turnmill St exit
From Farringdon Station; Cowcross St exits
From Chancery Lane Station
Check in at reception
31-35 Kirby Street
Tel: +44 (0)20 7492 1900
CHC are based at 31-35 Kirby St.
Turn right out of the station and at the end of the road turn right again onto Cowcross St. Then follow the directions from that station exit.
Walk along Cowcross St towards Farringdon Road, going past Costa. Cross Farringdon Road and walk up Greville St. Kirby street is the second road on the right. CHC is at 31-35, on the left with the red pillars.
The office is about a 5 minute walk from here. Turn left out of Chancery Lane station and walk along Holborn. Take a left onto Hatton Garden and then the first right onto Greville St. Kirby St is the first road on the left. CHC is at 31-35, on the left with the red pillars.
At the door marked 31, buzz for reception to access the building. At reception ask for CHC. We’ll come down to get you.