Working with organisations in different contexts and environments has led to many successful projects and partnerships.
The National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE) aims to inspire and suport the higher education sector to engage with the public through thier vision, mission and aims. NCCPE vision is of a higher education sector making a vital, strategic and valued contribution to 21st-century society through its public engagement activity. Thier mission is to support universities to increase the quality and impact of their public engagement activity. NCCPE three strategic aims are to:
- Support excellent public engagement practice
- Create the conditions for public engagement to thrive in universities
- Build strong networks and partnerships to amplify our impact
The Commonwealth Pharmacists Association (CPA) aims to advance health for the public benefit by developing the knowledge and skills of the pharmacy profession and creating opportunities for education, training and mentorship. By supporting quality improvement projects, including health promotion, the CPA are a voice of advocacy and representation that aim to advance the health of the people of the Commonwealth.
The Mucopolysaccharide Society (MPS) provides support across the UK to families affected by rare, life-limiting genetic conditions. These genetic conditions cause a range of complex difficulties and we provide vital support to the whole family for as long as they need it.
Rare Disease Research Partners (RDRP) support research and access to treatment for people living with rare conditions. RDRP provide clinical trial support services, deliver managed access programmes, curate evidence to understand the benefits of treatments, conduct research, develop medical communications, and offer expert advice in all aspects of rare diseases
Caroline Teng is an experienced designer working with research-based healthcare communication consultants. Caroline received the Chancellor’s Award in 2017 at University of Reading where she graduated with First Class honours in Graphic Communication.
Caroline also has a BA (hons) in English Literature with Distinction from the University of Toronto and was awarded the Ruth J. Norton book prize in 2015. Caroline has international experience working for freelance clients based in Toronto, Singapore, Hong Kong, New York and London with work ranging from food businesses to academic medical papers. Further work can be viewed here Instagram, Dribble, or Behance.
The Rwanda Community Pharmacists Union (RCPU) is the National body representing Community pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, founded in 2016. Through their District organisations and individual members, they represent over 260 pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.
RCPU is a non-governmental organisation that has been in official relations with the Rwanda National Pharmacy Council since 2016. Through their partnerships and extensive National pharmacy and pharmaceutical network, they support the development of the pharmacy profession, through practice and emerging scientific innovations, in order to meet the national’s health care needs and expectations.
Professor Sue Walker is the Director of Collections and Archives and teaches undergraduate and postgraduate students in design practice and lecture on the theory and history of typography and graphic communication in the Department of Typography & Graphic Communication.
Professor Walker is the Director of the AHRC-funded Design Star Doctoral Training Centre, based at Reading, working with colleagues at Brighton, Goldsmiths, Loughborough and the Open University.
Dune Technical Healthcare Consulting optimises healthcare by navigating healthcare systems with a deep understanding of the relationships between the system and healthcare professionals, medical evidence, technology and guidelines and the pharmaceutical industry.
Quality Improvement Clinic (QIC) is a healthcare consultancy company whose values are reflected in its vision:
Better Me, Better Service, Better Care™.
QIC works with organisations, teams and individuals to improve the services they provide and the care they give to their patients.
Design Science create design solutions that bring knowledge to life through design in science, healthcare and education. Their outcomes are aimed at improving understanding and awareness by both lay audiences and subject specialists.