H+K’s London health team is a growing collection of some of the industry’s brightest thinkers. We work with clients around the world to use insight, communications and advocacy to support people living with challenges to their health. To us, patients are people first. They are you and me.

Health connects us all. Whether we are well or sick, our health, and that of our loved ones, community and world, is the backdrop of our lives.

As communications and advocacy specialists, we challenge ourselves to remember that we’re privileged to engage with people at some of the most personal, difficult and inspiring times. Our aim is simple: to work collaboratively and create programs and content that improves people’s lives with regards to their health.

To do this, we listen first. Working closely with our behavioural insights team, we take what we learn from patients, families, loved ones and healthcare professionals to make content and programs tailored to the varying needs of the people they are designed to help. We find the combination of technology and patient insight to be a powerful engine to tell the stories and inspire the advocacy that gets noticed, delivers change, creates support and makes a difference.

The expertise in our London team is deep and broad, spanning disciplines with a connected global network of health experts in other H+K offices who help us adapt ideas and campaigns to meet varying needs with regards to language, cultural attitudes and changes in health systems around the world. Recent projects have seen us use digital health to support carers in schizophrenia, connect people with clinical trials, raise awareness of rare illnesses in small populations and helping global organisations operationalize patient-centric thinking across all areas of medicines development.

At H+K Health, we are patient advocates, writers, filmmakers, pharmacists, policy geeks and many other things. We don’t do ‘off the shelf’, we do patient-first. And we love what we do.

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