News & Views: Events
Last Friday was the Porterhouse Christmas party and as always, much fun was had by all. So, as we approach the end of 2019, Jon and Brian reflect on what an amazing year it’s been.
It is well known that the United Nations has core goals to tackle matters such as eliminating poverty, improving gender equality and combatting climate change 1, but did you know that happiness also features on the agenda? 2 In 2011, all 193 member states of the United Nations agreed to officially recognise happiness as a …
Porterhouse Medical is looking forward to participating in the ISMPP EU meeting in London tomorrow.
Strategic scientific and medical communications agency, Porterhouse Medical Group, is celebrating the first birthday of Porterhouse Insights, its global research, insight and evidence consultancy.
Sponsoring congress activities presents an important opportunity for pharmaceutical companies and comprises a significant part of both medical and commercial budgets. As a result, pharmaceutical companies are keen to show a return on investment for this ongoing annual expenditure, so there is more demand than ever to indicate areas where analytics can be shown to clearly demonstrate the value of the meetings.
As a reward for all our hard work, the teams at Porterhouse Medical enjoyed a fun afternoon of horsing around at Ascot this weekend.
The Porterhouse Medical Group had an exciting evening at the Communiqué Awards at Grosvenor House in London last week. It was great to see so many peers and clients enjoying the event and admiring the high standards achieved in the many award categories. As sponsors of the category for ‘Excellence in Professional Education Programmes’ …
The team at Porterhouse Medical is thrilled that Rob Pilbrow (group director, scientific services), has been selected as a finalist for Healthcare Communications Leader in the Communique Awards 2018.
There’s no substitute for face-to-face meetings. But meetings require a significant investment, with often substantial venue and travel costs, as well as the opportunity costs of the audience and organiser’s time. Therefore, it’s vital for meeting owners to maximise the value of their investment, and for attendees to feel like it was a worthwhile use of their time.
At Porterhouse Medical, we are passionate about the work we do with our partners to help improve people’s lives, which includes using our communications expertise to help raise awareness of disease symptoms as well as making regular donations to charity.
The Rare Disease Day campaign aims to combat these issues by raising awareness among the public, healthcare professionals, researchers, industry, and policy decision-makers.
Every year on 4 February the global population unites for World Cancer Day, with the aim of highlighting that millions of potentially avoidable deaths occur each year as a result of cancer. More than a third of cases could be prevented by adopting healthier behaviours; therefore, World Cancer Day is the ideal opportunity to spread this message and raise the profile of cancer within the global media.