At PCM Healthcare we don’t rest on our laurels, we strive to improve clinical practice and patient care with measurable, real-world outcomes through; Healthcare Communications, Medical Education and CME
At PCM Healthcare, our innovative team will use the right mix of every medium to perfectly realise your vision.
At PCM Healthcare, our passion and talent for science are the foundations for developing imaginative, creative programmes that have far-reaching effects.
PCM Healthcare is a full-service agency delivering outcomes-orientated healthcare communications & non-promotional medical education through our two active divisions, PCM Scientific and Pharmacom Media.
Pharmacom Media is our industry-leading, full-service medical communication agency with a focus on strategic insight, scientific excellence and quality delivery.
PCM Scientific is more than just a CME provider – we have an impressive track record in CME-accredited events and large-scale European initiatives that measurably change standards of care and patient health.
You invest in activities because you aspire to change something – the way people think, how they behave, decisions they make. We develop novel approaches in medical communications and education that make change happen.
Creating content that inspires new ways of thinking and doing demands exceptional educational design. From robust needs assessments to creative audience engagement strategies, our approach is founded in the science of behaviour change and powered by creativity.
Our programmes are designed to demonstrably change behaviour and powered to measure the results. We have methods to capture and quantify evolutions in clinical practice.
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20th September 2016
While international guidelines call for individualisation of diabetes treatment plans, there is little guidance on how to accomplish this, particularly in complex circumstances such as multimorbidity. Read More >
28th June 2016
Over 300 healthcare professionals from around the world met in Bristol, UK, at the 14th annualImproving Outcomes in the Treatment of Opioid Dependenc Read More >
11th May 2016
Our recently released and updated drug–drug interactions (DDI) app provides a rapid reference for healthcare professionals (HCPs) providing treatment to patients receiving opioid replacement therapy Read More >