As the sun rises on Wednesday 7 June 2017, we celebrate everything that's great about working within healthcare communications on #MedComms Day - a global awareness day that aims to showcase the fantastic work we all do in this industry and encourage those looking at their next career move to join us too. Here's our story #TheAshfieldWay...

A very warm welcome from our President, Viv Adshead…

Corin and Maggie from our Ashfield Digital & Creative talk to us about how they’re improving lives…

Our ZoeticScience roving reporter finds out what it’s like to develop a career as a medical writer…

Jeremy and Reiss talk to us about what’s rewarding about the digital and creative work they’re doing to educate HCPs…

We also like to give back to those in need through our Ashfield Cares charity work where we pledge time and raise money for some extremely worthy causes. Sophie, one of the Ashfield Cares committee members, explains why life in healthcare communications is not all about the day job…

Working onsite is a really great part of working within healthcare communications. Some of the iMed Comms team were at the ELCC congress recently and here they share some of their highlights…

But it’s not all work, work, work – we even have a Rock Choir to bring some fun into the day…

Here we find out from Jess and Kirsty what’s so rewarding about working in our digital and creative agency…

The final installment of our ZoeticScience roving reporter, brings with it a discussion on how we’re supporting a client with strategic plans within infectious diseases….

And what better way to show off our new look Watermeadow office, than a whistle stop tour around our Witney office…

And of course what better way to end the day with a slice of cake in your favourite coffee shop…

Before our 24 hours in healthcare communications comes to a close, we thought we’d have our CircleScience colleagues in our New York, USA,  office show you around…

So we will end the day as we started, with a farewell message from our President Viv Adshead, and hope you will continue to follow our journey in healthcare communications over the next twelve months and beyond…

 

See you next year – if not before!