Health: Public Affairs & Public Relations Support
Brevia Health provides straightforward public affairs and communications advice and support to organisations operating in the highly regulated UK healthcare sector. The consultancy brings together experts who have held senior roles in NICE, MHRA, Government Health teams, Opposition Health teams and across industry. We use this rounded perspective to bring new thinking and well-developed proposals across a wide range of policy areas.
As the UK emerges from the far-reaching consequences of COVID-19 and BREXIT, it is clear that the healthcare system has changed, and leaders are open to new approaches. Never has there been a better time for organisations to make practical, thought-through proposals which show broad-based benefits.
The much anticipated publication of the NHS Commercial Framework for New Medicines in 2021 represents a significant milestone for the pharmaceutical industry. It outlines the purpose and principles on which NHS commercial medicines activity will be based, defines the roles and responsibilities of those involved in commercial medicines activity and details how pharmaceutical companies can engage with the NHS.
Brevia Health supports global multi-nationals, innovative start-ups, providers, and charities. Our experience includes supporting companies to win IT contracts with the NHS through to gaining approval for medicines with NICE. We have also worked in areas such as in vitro diagnostics, medical devices, and genomics, as well as delivering programmes involving policy and stakeholder research, political and media monitoring, stakeholder engagement, event management, media relations, Party Conferences, and Select Committee training.
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On 13 December 2023, NHS England announced an updated Vaccination Strategy following calls from pharmaceutical companies and trade bodies for a national Vaccination Strategy to tackle issues of accessibility, misinformation, and distrust around vaccination.
The UK Government’s target of deploying 24GW of nuclear generation capacity by 2050 confirms the key role it sees nuclear playing in the UK’s net zero transition. However, it is nearly 30 years since the most recent plant, Sizewell B, came online and Hinkley Point C will not be generating electricity until at least 2029. A significant step change is required.
This week’s by-elections in Kingswood and Wellingborough have delivered blows to the Conservative Party, with Labour securing victories in both constituencies. The outcomes mark the end of another tumultuous week in British politics as voters went to the polls to fill the vacancies left by former Conservative MPs Chris Skidmore and Peter Bone.
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Brevia Health delivers tailored support to businesses and charities operating in the health sector. Our three-step process offers a straightforward approach to delivering crucial intelligence, strategic advice and stakeholder engagement.