All our training events are available to non-members and members (at a discounted price).
Half day introduction to the ABPI Code for novices
ABPI, 7th Floor, Southside, 105 Victoria Street, London SW1E 6QT
HCA Code training for experienced communications/public affairs practitioners
Axon, 7th Floor, 160 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8EZ.
Book now to meet Laura Donnelly, Health Editor, The Daily and Sunday Telegraph
Tonic Life Communications, 10 Dean Farrar Street, London SW1H 0DX
News articles relating to the Healthcare Communications Association.
There are a number of core areas of HCA activity, including:
Providing high-quality events that add value and appeal to personnel in member companies at a range of levels.
The HCA career development group was established in 2015 to support member organisations to attract and retain talent.
Providing the membership and beyond the opportunity to engage and influence discussions on the future trends in this important area.
The HCA’s Events & Networking workstream ensures that the HCA delivers networking opportunities for members at all events.
The HCA Executive take transparency and governance very seriously and regularly considers and reviews the strategic position of the Association.
Delivering a series of seminars involving key personnel from within market access decision-making bodies in the NHS.
Helping support and encourage the future role of communications agencies in the strategic development and tactical implementation of digital activities.
The main activity conducted by this workstream is the annual HCA Agency Benchmarking Survey.
Looks at the importance of regulations, globalisation, working with pharmacists, CSR and future-proofing on the consumer health industry.
The HCA offers a number of benefits for Sole Traders, or Associate Members.
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