Time has flown by quickly as I’ve been working on a number of accounts and projects – right across a broad range of medical communications. Having worked in health PR, medical education, and brand advertising in the past, the projects I’ve worked on at Solaris Health have been a perfect fit for my skills and experience, while maintaining that wide variety of activities.
My projects have spanned disease awareness, pre-launch and well-established brands, sometimes as the project lead, at other times working within a larger team. I have delivered satellite symposia in the UK and Europe, organised a number of stand-alone meetings, developed MSL slide decks as well as digital and printed HCP materials, and participated in a number of pitches. I’m enjoying being part of a med comms agency with a breadth of expertise in-house that reaches across the traditional med comms remit and also incorporates high quality creative and branding expertise too. It’s a great and fascinating environment for anyone like me who wants to be challenged and grow professionally.
We’ve also got a great training programme in place. Within my first few months here I have been ABPI- and PAGB-trained with updates scheduled-in shortly.
Another bonus is our office in Richmond, which allows me to cycle to work across the beautiful Richmond Park every day. But mostly I love the team; everyone is supportive and simply really nice!