Writer & editor on healthcare & cycle sport


Two decades of success, inside and outside the NHS

I have written about healthcare since 2000. After a range of staff roles inside and outside the NHS, I launched a freelance career in April 2012. Since then I have become a regular contributor to a range of leading specialist publications. I also write case studies, reports and white papers for a variety of organisations operating within the health and social care sectors.

I have a special interest in healthcare technology – I serve as contributing editor for DigitalHealth.net – and in mental health.

Notable projects

Special skills

  • A deep and multifaceted understanding of the healthcare sector, born from having worked for healthcare providers, vendors and for those reporting on the NHS

  • Proven ability to successfully design and project manage roundtables, webinars and videos as well as traditional written content

  • Considerable experience in ghostwriting material for senior health and local government figures

  • Particular expertise in crafting commercially-backed editorial which is compelling to readers while meeting the needs of sponsors. This includes a good understanding of the APBI code and Zinc processes.


Publications including:
HSJ, Nursing Times, DigitalHealth.net, MDET (the journal of the National Association of Medical Device Trainers and Educators), Nursing Standard, Commissioning journal, Guardian Labs (the branded content wing of the respected British newspaper)

Membership organisations and think tanks including:
NHS Confederation, NHS Clinical Commissioners, Royal College of Psychiatrists, ResPublica

Private clients including:
Consultant Connect, OVID Consulting, Dorson West, UKCloud Health, Marie Curie, Strata Health, firstlight PR, KPMG, EY, McKinsey, Four Seasons Health Care, Highland Marketing, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Orion Health, Quealth