Synergy Vision believes in delivering medical communications that make a difference to healthcare professionals and patients. Our synergy of pharma and agency experience means that we offer a unique perspective, understand our clients and can deliver bespoke medical communications.
We have a passion for science and a heritage of award-winning commitment to customer focus. Our team of highly qualified writing, accounts and events management staff produces seamlessly integrated, innovative medical communications. We form open and ethical partnerships, strive to exceed client expectations and always deliver the difference.
Synergy Vision can help you develop and deliver your key messages through a broad range of platforms, including:
Medical education Product monographs, abstract books, slide kits, websites, social media support, newsletters and meeting facilitation. Publications Strategic publications planning, gap analyses and literature searches, abstracts, reviews, editorials consensus statements and guidelines. Affiliate support Core claims documents, sales aids, objection handlers, training materials, intranet updates, newsletters, and physician, pharmacist and patient materials.
Advocacy Advisory boards, slide development and preview meeting, thought-leader management, speaker training and meeting facilitation.
Many medical communication organisations have a high turnover of staff. London-based company Synergy Vision boast a far higher retention rate than the industry norm and reveal their development programmes play a key role in retaining staff.
In light of today (18th November 2015) being World COPD Day, it’s never too late to raise further awareness on this disease. Many people suffer with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), and many others are not aware of signs meaning they could be on the cusp of diagnosis. Whether COPD has a direct impact on your life, you want to know more about how to manage exacerbations or are intrigued about changes in available treatments, read on.
With the growing role of all things digital in daily life, it is important to seize opportunities for digital support tools to benefit patients and aid healthcare providers. Ffyona explores how the potential of these tools is best harnessed in an article recently published in PME magazine
In an article recently published in Pharmaceutical Field, Ffyona Dawber, Managing Director and Founder of medical communications agency Synergy Vision explains why you rarely lose out if you build your career on cross-sector foundations.
Wearable devices can record vast amounts of data about their users’ health. With the increased uptake of this technology, the collection of these data has the potential to be harnessed to enhance healthcare practices globally.
UK-based Synergy Vision, which has offices in London and Dublin, has formed an alliance with BoomCom in the US to provide clients with seamless communications strategy and programme implementation across Europe and the Americas.
Ffyona Dawber, Managing Director and founder of Synergy Vision has been shortlisted for the “Female Entrepreneur of The Year” and “Woman of The Year” awards, at this year’s 11th Annual Stevie® Awards for Women in Business. There were over a thousand entries submitted by women from all over the world, making this a great achievement for Ffyona.
Synergy Vision is launching a training programme which will give science graduates the opportunity to access intensive training in a wide range of medical communications roles. Synergy Vision is investing in its team by fostering not only the next generation of graduates, but those talented individuals who share the company’s ethos.
Synergy Vision is pleased to announce that its staff raised a total of £348.88 for charity in The Great Comic Relief Bake Off on Red Nose Day 2013. With 16 people baking a fantastic selection of cakes and savouries, £268.88 was raised on sales and SV donated an extra £5 for each participant!
Since being founded in 2007 by former pharmaceutical employees, we have gone from strength to strength and continue to be recognized every year through the following industry awards and commendations:
Best Workplaces 2016: 2016 Best Workplaces 2016, UK, Rank 6th
Women of the Future Awards: 2015 Women of the Future Corporate Award
Communiqué Awards: 2014 Sorcha Ferris - Publicis Life Brands Resolute Award for Emerging Leader in Healthcare Communications (finalist) 2013 Medical Education Consultancy of the Year (finalist) 2011 Small Agency of the Year (finalist)
PharmaTimes: 2014 Communications Team of the Year (finalist) 2013 Communications Team of the Year (finalist) The RX Awards: 2013 Symposia Materials or Package
C&IT: 2011 Medical and Pharmaceutical Event of the Year (finalist and commended)
Best Business Award: 2010 Best Customer Focus
London Chamber of Commerce: 2009 Most Promising New Business
"The dedication and determination makes all the difference. I always feel comfortable when projects are run by Synergy Vision. The employees at Synergy Vision become an integrated part of the team - they are not like other agencies." Associate Director, Global Medical Affairs "Synergy Vision has enjoyed good growth and success. Its results are impressive and the agency investment in development is rewarded with good staff retention and a team that talks with passion and enthusiasm about their projects. Both income and client retention are industry-leading, and that speak volumes about the culture of the agency." Judges’ Comment, Communiqué Awards
"I think this is the most energetic, enthusiastic, creative, best small team I've worked with in industry in the last two decades." Medical Consultant, UK
What is it like to live with gout? In our latest Patient Perspective interview, we talk to Graham Lewington, who has lived with this form of arthritis for over 25 years. Listen to a first-hand account of the symptoms of gout, and how Graham manages his condition. Synergy Vision
Dementia is a brain disease that is often associated with the elderly, however, this is not always the case. Dianne Campbell was diagnosed with Vascular Dementia at the age of 45. Dianne met with Ffyona Dawber to discuss her diagnosis and what it is like living with dementia. Synergy Vision
Timothy Dunn is a 58-year-old business man and lives in London with his wife and two daughters. In 2015 he was diagnosed with rectal cancer. Timothy openly talks to us about the road to his diagnosis, the treatments he received and his journey to recovery. Synergy Vision
At Synergy Vision, we aim to make a difference to patients. In the fourth video in our patient perspective series we follow up with Tim about his treatment of rectal cancer. This series of vlogs asks patients how they feel about their disease, and what is important to them. From there we can truly understand how medical communications can affect them Synergy Vision
At Synergy Vision, we aim to make a difference to patients. In the third video in our patient perspective series we are talking about the diagnosis of rectal cancer. This series of vlogs asks patients how they feel about their disease, and what is important to them. From there we can truly understand how medical communications can affect them Synergy Vision
At Synergy Vision, we aim to make a difference to patients. The first step towards this is to listen to the patients and understand their point of view. In this series of vlogs, we ask patients how they feel about their disease, and what is important to them. From there we can truly understand how medical communications can affect them. In the second video in our series on patient perspectives we are talking about cystic fibrosis Synergy Vision