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Whitehouse: one of 10 most trusted healthcare PR agencies, globally.

Whitehouse Communications has been identified by a leading global magazine as one of the World’s most trusted healthcare PR agencies. USA-based printed and online healthcare title, Insights Healthcare, described Whitehouse as one of the ten most trusted agencies delivering healthcare public relations globally, and highlighted the agency’s approach as “disrupting” the quality healthcare PR sector. … Continued

Mind the Gap: A Whitehouse webinar on the Women’s Health Strategy

Whitehouse Communications is excited to announce the latest in our webinar series “Mind the Gap: How can the Women’s Health Strategy achieve gender parity?” taking place online on Monday 7th June at 11am. You can register here. This important event will be a timely and much-needed discussion on the landmark Women’s Health Strategy, as the Government’s consultation on the … Continued

Independent Healthcare Providers Network

Political research and reporting on the independent sector’s impact on the NHS. Background Shortly after the NHS published its Long Term Plan in 2019, it celebrated its 70th birthday. To mark the occasion, the Independent Healthcare Providers Network (IHPN), the representative body for independent providers to the NHS, commissioned Whitehouse to research and write two … Continued

Infographic: Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Health Policy

Political Consultancy To influence these processes, it is crucial to get engaged. The Whitehouse team are expert political consultants providing public relations and public affairs advice and political analysis to a wide range of clients, not only in the United Kingdom, but also across the EU and beyond. We have more than 20 years of … Continued

Staying healthy and happy at Whitehouse

Staying healthy and happy at Whitehouse – Putting what we have learnt from clients in the food, health and sports sectors into practice Happy World Health Day! Brought to life by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in 1950, World Health Day is designed to raise awareness of the importance of health and promote health priorities across the world.   This year, the theme of World Health Day is “Building … Continued

Pub passports: public health vs individual freedom

Keir Starmer asserts that pub passports aren’t British and won’t meet with public support, but, according to a MORI poll, the Labour Leader is quite wrong. Indeed, into my inbox pops the results of the latest MORI research which shows that some 62% of respondents would support the introduction of such passports for those visiting … Continued

National Institute for Health Protection: a fatal distraction?

There is something about Dido Harding. Last week, she became one of the most powerful unelected officials in the UK’s healthcare system when on Tuesday Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced her appointment as the inaugural chair of the new National Institute for Health Protection (NIHP), successor to the ill-fated Public Health England (PHE). The appointment … Continued

Change, and on a massive scale, is coming to health and social care in the UK

The legacy of the pandemic will be fundamental reviews and reforms of the way health and social care throughout the United Kingdom are delivered, structured, funded, and regulated. Nightingale hospitals open in a matter of days, virus testing increased a hundredfold in a matter of weeks, frontline staffing increased by tens of thousands in a … Continued

Food safety and public health at the heart of the EU 2019-’24 agenda

The new European Commission did not manage to overcome the hurdles to take office by 1st  November as it was initially expected to do, with the European Parliament still having to vote on the full College of Commissioners during its Plenary session in Strasbourg, scheduled for 25-28th November (however this was not confirmed yet). This … Continued

Children’s mental health referrals soar

The Government has said the right things about tackling mental health for a long time. Ministers have proposed placing mental healthcare professionals in a quarter of schools across England, along with reducing waiting times; providing mental health leads and teams dedicated to pupils’ welfare; supporting better collaboration between schools, specialist therapies and the NHS; and … Continued

The Government’s commitment to mental health needs to go further

The Government’s Green Paper on Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health Provision, published in December, has received mixed reviews. There is a consensus among education experts of the need for a radical intervention from the Government to provide better support for children experiencing mental health issues across the country. Whilst the Paper sets out … Continued