Medical Communication and Education
We are a science writing, film, research, and education company based in London and Berlin.
Our aim is to support patients, medical professionals, industry, and academia through cost-effective communication of health information. What makes our team different is understanding your goals, being proactive and adding value.
For us, it is personal.
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Modern medicine can do so much, yet some people with complex problems or rare diseases are overlooked, potentially beneficial health initiatives fall by the wayside and even some common health conditions do not get the attention they deserve.
St Gilesmedical supports a multidisciplinary group of health and social care professionals, academics, public health experts, scientists, ethicists, people with illness or medical conditions, spiritual care givers, politicians, and campaigners with an international perspective.
The aim of this group is to make a real difference to the lives of forgotten patients, families, and society, to create an umbrella organisation which unites and campaigns for all stakeholders and to reignite interest in potentially valuable health initiatives that have fallen by the wayside. Read more.
What Matters Conversations
The team at Stgilesmedical London & Berlin has contributed to starting important conversations about how we live, from now until the very end of our lives
Over a 22-month period, we have been providing administrative support to the RCGP End of Life Think Tank. This multidisciplinary group has done much to influence policy during the Covid-19 pandemic. Out of this work grew a realisation that discussions about advance care planning (ACP) are often suboptimal. We propose that life-long ‘What Matters to Me’ conversations are essential for improving ACP.
This initiative has resulted in a dedicated website and several impactful films made by Stgilesmedical.
Palliative Care and Homelessness
Palliative care for people experiencing homelessness is a film by Stgilesmedical for St Ann's Hospice in Manchester.
The film highlights the challenges of people experiencing homelessness who may be nearing the end of their lives from the perspective of those affected as well as health and social care staff.
Be aware that this film contains distressing content.
The NICE Guidelines
Our 10 films for GP's and trainees covering recent NICE guidelines are being rolled out on the Univadis/Medscape platform to great acclaim. Topics included are:
Hypertension by Prof. Mary Harding
Stroke by Prof. Anthony Rudd
Primary Hyperparathyroidism by Prof. Neil Gittoes
End of Life Care for adults by Dr. Phillip Lodge
Crohn's Disease by Dr. Kevin Barrett
Renal & Ureteric Stones by Prof. Fahad Rizvi
Lyme Disease by Dr. Anne Cruikshank
Ulcerative Colitis by Dr. Kevin Barrett
Urinary Incontinence in Women by Dr. Julian Spinks
Neurological Conditions by Dr. Nassif Mansour