News & Views: Articles
Porterhouse looks at the evolving healthcare industry and why an integrated approach to communications in this industry is more important than ever.
In support of #WorldLupusDay, our article looks at this disease to help increase public awareness of this often overlooked condition.
Porterhouse Medical Group shares its integrated approach to successful virtual training, meetings and events; including a few tips on how to get the best outcomes from these online communications.
In light of the possible origins of the COVID-19 pandemic being traced to ‘wet markets’ in China, our article looks at the importance of understanding zoonosis (transmission of a disease from animals to humans) and the possible link between bats and the disease..
The Porterhouse MAG looks at the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and effect this unprecedented time is having on healthcare professionals
At Porterhouse, we deliver scores of successful online meetings and events every year, including advisory boards. Here are some tips on how to run a successful advisory board online without breaching any national and/or regional codes of practice.
Government advice regarding the current COVID-19 pandemic has forced many people who are used to working in an office environment to work from home. This article addresses the possible difficulties due to this change, the techniques that can be used to ease the transition and the importance of keeping active.
To support MS Awareness Week, our article looks at the varied and ‘hidden’ symptoms of MS and gives an insight into the mental health issues that many patients with this disease face on a daily basis.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, community pharmacists and their teams are working tirelessly to ensure that every individual continues to get the medication and care that they need. This article offers some advice on how you can support your local pharmacists and protect this essential service.
To support World Parkinson’s Day 2020, we look at this common neurodegenerative condition and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people affected by Parkinson’s disease.