What our clients say

We’re lucky to work with passionate, bright and savvy clients. If the list below ticks any boxes for you then get in touch:

  1. You want to transform your organisation’s challenges into opportunities
  2. You want serious, expert comms advice that is plain speaking
  3. You are tired of hearing the same old ideas and want to inject creative solutions into your organisational DNA
  4. You need consultants who are in tune with the wider world you operate in, not just one communications silo
  5. You want to drive behaviour change but not through the usual suspects
  6. You like working with kind consultants (seriously, this is a role requirement in our job adverts!)
  7. You ‘get’ how patients, the NHS, politics, policy and the media are deeply interconnected and must be considered holistically.

Case
Studies

We provide this independent provider of NHS services in mental health, neurorehabilitation and care services with retained corporate communications and media relations support. Our innovative programme of work includes reputational advice around services in the spotlight, as well as the creation of internal patient/relative focus......

OVID is currently advising the NHS Confederation, the UK’s only membership body for senior NHS leaders in Trusts, CCGs and GP Federations. We are supporting a range of projects at the Confederation...

C3 are a public health charity and organisation focused on reducing and preventing chronic disease. OVID has been providing pro-bono support to help re-write their mission, objectives and external messaging. ...

OVID advises this healthcare tech and software company on its corporate positioning, PR and social media. We’ve instigated a new communications strategy, brand revamp, messaging review ...

ACT for Cancer was established in the last few months of the late Dame Tessa Jowell’s life. The charity has a pioneering vision to promote adaptive clinical trials and personalised treatments for untreatable cancers. ...

We launched a campaign to increase awareness of gynaecological cancers through the new sex education curriculum in schools for The Eve Appeal. Put Cancer on the Curriculum received widespread media attention ...