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Health tech adoption: a buyer’s market

Views from a session at GIANT Health It’s always good to hear different perspectives and learn something new. It’s even better when you can apply […]

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Fear setting vs goal setting: A technique for making good business decisions

Halloween marks four months in my new role, so an apt moment to talk about fear, but don’t be spooked, read on… A few weeks […]

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CBD: Self-care, healthcare, why care?

Working in pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals means we like to keep a close eye on trends driving both sectors. Use of cannabidiol (CBD) products for self-care […]

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What Clark Health Communications learnt from this year’s FemTech Forum

We had the opportunity to attend the FemTech Forum where the latest innovations and technologies being applied in women’s health were showcased. The forum was […]

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Clark Health Communication’s top three tips for re-engaging with healthcare professionals in a COVID-19 world

We have all found ourselves in unprecedented times over the past few months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 and the societal changes this has […]

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Our “Introducing Series…”

On the sofa with our Founder and Managing Director, Jeremy Clark […]

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How has Movember stayed relevant to this day?

The fundraising juggernaut, Movember, was born in 2003 and against the odds, has managed to weather the storm of charity fatigue and the rise of […]

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Delivering Change™: Mixing Business With Measure

Welcome to our brand new website! It has been designed to make sure our Delivering Change™ planning model is front and centre as it’s at […]

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Remembering those lost in war, remembering the medical advances that result from it

When I was young, my Dad told my sister and I about our great uncles, William (Billy) and Peter. They were two of seven brothers […]

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Is the NHS about to get the X-factor technology it needs?

Amid the surge of new technologies in healthcare, such as the rise of artificial intelligence and the promise of personalised medicine, the UK’s National Health […]

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