The fabric of health communication today needs a tying-in of science and human behaviour - and art that weaves them together.
We have been there, still doing that.
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The journey of molecules, the understanding of diseases, the importance of medication, the damage done by taboos, the hesitancy of treatment are all issues that our writers help simplify every day.
Whether it’s talking to physicians about the merits of a molecule or it’s about talking to a mother about confidence in a vaccine, we understand that tones need to change, the weight of evidence needs to vary and data points need to be researched and used effectively.
Science needs to be sexy too. It needs to be bold and beautiful, whether it is talking to physicians, nurses, caregivers or patients. It needs to be interesting because it is being evaluated by the same audience who
is evaluating photography, films, art and craft.
We promise to make science gorgeous, simple and enjoyable so that, in the competition of creativity, it stands a solid chance against whatever it is pitted.
Technology is the eyes, ears, hands and legs of science as it is with everything else. Diagnosis, treatment, management, knowledge distribution are all undergoing a transformation in terms of how it’s being done
today - how it should be done today.
Our technology team is putting their might behind every project to suggest a better way of doing things. From simple calculator algorithms to developing elaborate platforms, we are capable of lending technology to the story of science.
We are a focussed healthcare advertising and consultancy firm that brings together professional content, creative, strategy, channel and brand planning services.
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World Asthma Day
Sparking a conversation among people is often the first step towards blowing up deep-rooted social stigma. Particularly in the Indian asthma space context.Read More