Opinion

We're opinionated. And we care about everything from Nirvana documentaries to the psychological underpinnings of celebrity chefs. We publish a regular blog, and the only thing we can promise you is that we have no idea what the next post will be about.

Making blood cancer visible

Would you be able to tell if you had blood cancer? Every day, 104 people in the UK are diagnosed with blood cancer. Yet few know the symptoms or types (there are 137 different blood cancers), so when it is detected, it’s often later on – or too late. We need to #MakeBloodCancerVisible. So as …

Winning 7 awards at the toughest healthcare award show on earth

At this year’s Creative Floor Awards our team won 7 awards across healthcare professional and charity categories, helping Publicis Health pick up most awarded network in the process. Why not take a look at our award winning work. Life Flows campaign (Duodopa) 1. HCP – CGI Crime Scene campaign (Lipanthyl) 2. HCP – Photography The HIV …

LeWinning

Our ‘Life Flows’ campaign developed for AbbVie is taking the creative world by storm. Developed in partnership with Taylor James, it started the year by winning the LeBook Connections award for CGI in London – beating distinguished competition such as Nike, Dior, Calvin Klein and Dom Perignon in the process. Not just that, but this …

The Power of One

I’d be lying if I said we weren’t nervous about presenting at the Paris Operating Committee meeting last month. Seventeen “Rising Stars” from six different Publicis Health agencies were invited to present to 40+ global leaders on what the network looks like now, and what we want to look like in the future. It was …

Extraordinary ideas for life

Healthcare is a pretty complex world. It’s changing all the time, not just with new drugs and devices, but with discoveries, people and cultures, and the way those people live, talk, and think. Communication provides the opportunities to connect. We’re here to make memorable experiences that connect people with ideas, and make a positive change …

Tumour Paint

After reading the acclaimed book ‘Do No Harm: Stories of life, death and brain surgery’ by Henry Marsh myself and Rosie found ourselves with a small obsession with both Mr Marsh and brain surgery stories. Do No Harm is a fascinating journey through a decades-long career of one of Britain’s most eminent neurosurgeons. The book …

Vaccine Confidence

Attending the ‘Packed Lunch: Vaccine Confidence’ lecture hosted at the Wellcome Collection was a refreshing OOO (out of office) excursion. It was also an excuse to celebrate World Apple Day as we were each offered a juicy Granny Smith on arrival – some ‘food for thought’. The host promptly introduced researcher and lecturer  from the …

P-HELL-B-R

This menagerie of petrifying Peter Pan-witch-jester-‘Tomato Man’-Powerpuff Girls-fried egg costumes (disappointingly no pizza rat, despite Time Out predicting it to be a Londoner’s favourite guise for Halloween 2015) is of course all in aid of a good cause. Two good causes in fact – Beating Bowel Cancer and LUPUS UK. Beating Bowel Cancer  Bowel cancer is the fourth most …

‘First week done and you’re not fired!’

Truth be told; I felt pretty dam awesome walking to work early in the morning, through the streets of London. I was storming the pavements in my old trusty Doc Marten’s feeling triumphant and purposeful. It’s been rather surreal as I’ve had one month to kill between finding out I’ve got the post in The …

The (not so) secret life of a fanartist

I’m the girl in the office who does those weird Japanese cartoon drawings. I’m not a designer, I’m definitely not an ‘artist’. But I doodle a lot, and once or twice a year I dress up in a school uniform and go sell stuff at conventions. So. I do anime/manga style drawings. Back when I …

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