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Langland

Who we are

Langland, a Publicis Health company, is the only health communications agency that thinks further across Clinical Trial Experience, Medical Strategy & Education, Public Relations & Policy, and Advertising, to create unique value with visionary clients.

What we believe

Health brings us together. In the diseases we suffer, the medicines we create, and the causes we champion, health shows us our collective humanity. When we break the barriers that divide us, when we think further, we can create healthier futures, together.

A passion for craft

Having expert thinking is only part of our story. To ensure excellence in everything we make, we have centred our disciplines around three essential crafts: science, strategy and creativity.

Areas of Expertise

We believe in the power of different perspectives. It's why we have brought together four key health disciplines - Clinical Trial Experience, Medical Strategy & Education, Public Relations & Policy and Advertising.

This close collaboration allows our clients to have the very best minds in health caring for the most important parts of their business.

Press Releases

LANGLAND WELCOMES MIKE BRIGHTLEY TO ITS ADVERTISING TEAM
Publicis Health UK Launches Unique Agency Offering for Clients Under Langland

Move strengthens market position, simplifying access to Talent spanning the four interconnect disciplines of Clinical Trial Experience, Medical Strategy & Education, Public Relations & Policy and Advertising.

White Papers and Resources

How can we strike the right balance between familiarity and innovation when it comes to data presentation?
Following our webinar in March, Getting MedComms right: navigating the age of the amateur expert, we’re taking the time to respond to questions we were unable to answer during the session and bringing in broader perspectives from across the Langland team. In our MedComms Networking webinar last month (https://lnkd.in/dN5tHkf), Drew Owen, Diane Ross and I reviewed communications throughout the COVID pandemic to discuss what we felt they taught us about good healthcare communications practice
Fear or encouragement, which is best to drive behaviour change?

The communications industry depends on fear of the perceived loss of something, in order to create the hope found in a product benefit. But, if if left too long unchecked, it can lead to a negative build-up of emotion that could be counter-productive to the original intent. Here we discuss fear and encouragement as communication tactics.

Preparing Science for the Real World

Being good at science communication is more than just having a science degree. It’s about truly understanding the real-world context of facts and data.

Travel in the time of COVID

A new era of responsible travel is on the horizon. What can the aviation industry be doing to lead responsibly in a post pandemic world?

The UK has approved the first vaccine for COVID-19. What now?

The authorisation of Pfizer/BioNtech's mRNA vaccine by the MHRA is great news, but no-one has ever tried to roll out a vaccine as rapidly as this one, so we have some challenges to overcome.

Clinical trials and the diversity principle

If they were ever really hidden, 2020 revealed the expensive-sounding problems limiting diversity in clinical trials. Solutions are overdue.

Latest Tweets

Awards

2020

Communiqué – Excellence in Multichannel Communications

Communiqué – The Say Communications Award for Excellence in Communication Through Creative Execution

Pharma Times Communications Team of the Year: Aspiring Communications Manager of the Year – Lucinda Sandon-Allum

Pharma Times Communications Team of the Year: Communications Manager of the Year – Michael Bradley

Pharma Times Communications Team of the Year: Highly Commended – Charity Challenge

2019

New York Festival Global Award: Gold – Film Technique – Production Design/Art Direction

New York Festival Global Award: Gold – Film Technique – Animation and Visual Effects

New York Festival Global Award: Silver – Film – Branded Entertainment and Content

London International Award: Silver – Physician and Healthcare Providers – Professional Services

The Creative Floor Awards: Winner – Exhibition (HCPs)

The Creative Floor Awards: Winner – CGI (HCPs)

The Creative Floor Awards: Winner – Mixed Media (HCPs)

Pharma Times Communications Team of the Year: Aspiring Communications Manager of the Year – Andrea Klinkenberg-Meyer

Pharma Times Communications Team of the Year: Communications Manager of the Year – Rachael Parkman

Company Details

Langland

+44 (0)1753 833348

Contact Website

Address:
2 Television Centre
101 Wood Lane
London
W12 9RF
UK

Latest content on this profile

How can we strike the right balance between familiarity and innovation when it comes to data presentation?
Following our webinar in March, Getting MedComms right: navigating the age of the amateur expert, we’re taking the time to respond to questions we were unable to answer during the session and bringing in broader perspectives from across the Langland team. In our MedComms Networking webinar last month (https://lnkd.in/dN5tHkf), Drew Owen, Diane Ross and I reviewed communications throughout the COVID pandemic to discuss what we felt they taught us about good healthcare communications practice
Langland
LANGLAND WELCOMES MIKE BRIGHTLEY TO ITS ADVERTISING TEAM

Langland
Fear or encouragement, which is best to drive behaviour change?
The communications industry depends on fear of the perceived loss of something, in order to create the hope found in a product benefit. But, if if left too long unchecked, it can lead to a negative build-up of emotion that could be counter-productive to the original intent. Here we discuss fear and encouragement as communication tactics.
Langland
Preparing Science for the Real World
Being good at science communication is more than just having a science degree. It’s about truly understanding the real-world context of facts and data.
Langland
Travel in the time of COVID
A new era of responsible travel is on the horizon. What can the aviation industry be doing to lead responsibly in a post pandemic world?
Langland
The UK has approved the first vaccine for COVID-19. What now?
The authorisation of Pfizer/BioNtech's mRNA vaccine by the MHRA is great news, but no-one has ever tried to roll out a vaccine as rapidly as this one, so we have some challenges to overcome.
Langland