THE HUMAN STORY BEHIND THE DATA

 

Woman looking at computer with MRI scans


Science is constantly moving forward and always changing. The pandemic has accelerated the need for effective scientific storytelling — the medical landscape has never changed so quickly or been so uncertain. WE is at the cutting edge of this dynamic scientific world.

Our scientific engagement and medical education programs are ambitious. By addressing the drivers and barriers to change, our strategic messaging helps drive sustained habit-forming behaviours among patients and clinicians alike. We tell stories rooted in science to help our clients affect health outcomes for the better and move people to positive action.

WE BELIEVE IN THE POWER OF MOVING SCIENCE

MOVING PEOPLE TO POSITIVE ACTION

Our programs are active and dynamic and we aim to affect health outcomes for the better. In partnership with you, we use our expertise in behavioural science to shift beliefs and behaviours to create sustained change and new habits for better outcomes.

BEHAVIOR CHANGE

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

DIGITAL MARKETING

CAMPAIGNS AND BRANDING

APP DEVELOPMENT AND CONTENT

TELLING THE HUMAN STORY BEHIND THE DATA

Effective communication is about more than statement of fact. The human story is always at the heart of our communications and educational programs. It moves people, makes an impression and changes attitudes and opinions.

MESSAGE DEVELOPMENT

SCIENTIFIC PLATFORM 

SCIENTIFIC STORYTELLING

DATA VISUALISATION

CONTENT CREATION

ALWAYS EXPERTS IN A CHANGING WORLD

Science is always moving forward; always changing.

We are always at the cutting edge of this dynamic landscape and will help you keep abreast of the developments in this ever-shifting world, working with some of the leading influencers in the industry.

INFLUENCER MAPPING

STEERING COMMITTEE DEVELOPMENT

E-LEARNING AND EBOOKS

ADVISORY BOARD FACILITATION

MEDICAL WRITING

WE Communications and SCIENTIFIC ENGAGEMENT

Ben Fisher

Head of Health, UK

Terry Bradley, Director, Scientific Engagement

Terry Bradley

Director, Scientific Engagement and Medical Education