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Porterhouse Medical US boosts its client services team

  Porterhouse Medical is thrilled to introduce Elizabeth (Libby) Kaiser, who has joined our expanding team of medical communications and publications professionals based in the US. Libby brings valuable experience to her new role as Account Manager at Porterhouse, having worked in the medical education sector for the prevention and treatment of HIV. Originally from …

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Welcoming a new starter at Porterhouse Medical

  Porterhouse Medical is delighted to introduce Hannah Whiteley, the latest member of our growing healthcare communications agency. Hannah has joined our global client services team as an Account Executive. She shares our passion for science and is highly qualified for her new role, with a BSc in Biological and Medical Sciences from the University …

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Earth Day 2024: Porterhouse joins the fights against plastic pollution

  Did you know that: “79% of plastic that has ever been made still sits in landfills or the natural environment (with the exception of the small amount that has been incinerated or recycled)” [1] At Porterhouse, as part of our mission to improve lives, we recognise that we have a responsibility to the planet …

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World Hemophilia Day: The importance of equitable access for all

  April 17 is World Hemophilia Day – a day created by the World Federation of Hemophilia to educate people about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and management of haemophilia, as well as the challenges faced by those living with the condition. Haemophilia is a rare genetic bleeding disorder that prevents blood from clotting. [1] Left …

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Porterhouse Medical’s Jon Hallows to judge at the Communique Awards

  Porterhouse Medical’s Jon Hallows is proud to be joining the panel of judges once again at the Communique Awards, a programme established to elevate excellence in the medical affairs and healthcare communications industries. The Communique Awards were founded in 1998 by a small group of imaginative agency leaders with the aim of achieving greater recognition of the …

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Gender Inclusion in Scientific Authorship: The only way is up! 

  8 March is International Women’s Day. This year’s theme is Inspire Inclusion and encourages people around the world to share the importance of women’s inclusion whether it’s in the workplace, in decision making or in society in general. According to the official IWD website: “When we inspire others to understand and value women’s inclusion, we forge …

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Rare Disease Day 2024: A spotlight on lysosomal storage disorders

  What is Rare Disease Day? Rare Disease Day represents the global movement aiming to improve equity in healthcare, social opportunity, and diagnostic and therapeutic access for the estimated 300 million people living with a rare disease worldwide [1]. Celebrated on the last day of February each year (the rarest day for leap years, such …

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The Porterhouse Medical Advisory Group: Deploying clinical experience and insight to gain maximum impact

  In the rapidly evolving, patient-centric healthcare environment, Porterhouse recognises the need to communicate new scientific and therapeutic content quickly and comprehensively to achieve the greatest impact for our clients. The potential influence of the materials that we produce is far-reaching, with significant benefits for patients through their interactions with HCPs. To maximise these benefits …

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Shining a light on inspirational women in science

  At Porterhouse, as a global agency delivering insight-driven healthcare communication services, we understand that to have a positive impact on the lives of patients and healthcare professionals, it’s essential to have a diverse workforce that represents the world that we live in. We are proud therefore to support International Women and Girls in Science …

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Celebrating a 10-year work anniversary at Porterhouse

  Porterhouse Medical is thrilled to announce a milestone worth celebrating – congratulations Emma Conran on her 10-year work anniversary. Emma joined our global scientific services team in 2014 as a Medical Writer. Over the past decade, she has been an invaluable asset to our team, bringing unwavering dedication, expertise, and a genuine passion for …

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Porterhouse at the 2024 European Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals

  The Porterhouse publications team enjoyed working at the 2024 European Meeting of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals, this week – entitled ‘Innovation: The New Tradition’. Based in London, UK. the two-day event brought together professionals from the medical publications and communications field, creating a vibrant and collaborative atmosphere. The conference featured a …

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Welcoming a further new starter to Porterhouse Insights

  Porterhouse Insights is thrilled to welcome Alice Rose to our expanding global research and evidence consultancy. Alice has joined the Insights team as a Senior Research Executive. She holds a BSc (Hons) in Psychology from the University of Leeds, which involved an interesting year studying psychology in South Africa. Alice also brings many years …

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