Bringing the stories behind the science to life
We understand the need to communicate the stories that often lie hidden within complex clinical or technical data, in order to educate, inform and engage audiences. We do this by:
Identifying what matters to our audiences
- Our PR specialists combine deep scientific knowledge and understanding with communications expertise which allows them to cut through data, product or disease facts and identify what really matters to different audiences. Understanding our audiences and knowing what matters to them allows for insight-led, targeted communications programs which result in genuine engagement on topics important to our clients.
Communicating stories, not just facts
- Through targeted story-telling we can bring to life the impact of our clients’ medicines and healthcare strategies on patients’ lives and clinical practice. We do this by ‘unwrapping’ data and interpreting it in ways that make the information easily accessible and memorable, while still ensuring the science is at the heart of the stories we tell.
Knowing which communications channels to use, and when
- Our scientific PR programs are part of integrated, pharma brand-marketing strategies and are designed to reach audiences through multiple communications channels, including traditional medical and consumer media (print, broadcast, radio, digital, video), social media (including blogs, Twitter, content hubs), thought leaders (including healthcare professionals, patient/consumer groups) and employees.
- The benefits of scientific PR can be significant; we understand the need to make these benefits tangible and demonstrate return on investment for our clients. We work with clients to understand the metrics most meaningful to them and set appropriate targets for communications initiatives before they commence.
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Ashfield offers a wide range of world-class, market leading services that include medical sales teams, inside sales, contact centers, nurse educators, patient support programs, medical communications, medical information, meetings and events, market research, pharmacovigilance and training.