Providing global news, insight and analysis
World Healthcare Journal is globally facing publication, providing strategic insight into the development of policy and practice in international healthcare and life sciences. The publication offers truly independent insight on the big issues facing the world today.
Available online and in print, WHJ provides opinion, news and intelligence for governments, healthcare providers and private sector organisations at a senior level covering all global markets, topics and sectors.
World Healthcare Journal covers a broad range of topics and debates in the international healthcare sphere. Key editorial areas include:
Health Policy – Health Systems Development – Infrastructure – Clinical Services – Digital Health – Workforce – Education & Training – Medical Technology and Equipment – Pharmaceuticals – Life sciences
World Healthcare Journal is a truly global title covering all markets and countries. Particular areas of interest include:
Middle East – Africa – India – Latin America – Eastern Europe – Western Europe – SouthEast Asia – North America – Australia.
World Healthcare Journal is the ‘must have’ source for intelligence and information for senior level decision makers in both the public and private sectors globally.
Its audience of subscribers includes policy makers, politicians and civil servants, healthcare providers in both the public and private sectors, financiers and innovators in the sector.
Who we are
David is Editor of World Healthcare Journal. David is also Editor of Hospital Times where, in addition to driving content, he also oversees the day-to-day running of the publication.
David has a degree in History and Politics from the University of East Anglia and has a background in international policy, having previously worked for lobbyist organisations in Washington DC.
David firmly believes in the importance of sharing digital innovations across organisations, platforms and borders to maximise the potential benefits.
Niamh MacdonaldDeputy Editor
Niamh received an Honours degree from the University of Strathclyde in English & Journalism. She specialised in women’s health journalism, graduating with a first-class dissertation on medical device regulation and the gender pain gap.
Niamh has previously interned for BBC Culture as a production assistant and has volunteered at the Unity Project to provide practical support for asylum seekers. Since graduating, she has focused her writing on raising awareness of health inequalities. Niamh has most recently been creating educational content for women’s health companies, such as the femtech company Syrona Health.
Lee DaviesCommercial Director
Lee is the commercial Director for the World Healthcare Journal and Public Policy Projects. Lee has vast experience within the health and care sectors at a global level with over a decade of experience in Sales, Event and Partnership Management in collaboration with world known organisations from the healthcare, technology, and life sciences sectors.
Prior to joining Public Policy Projects, Lee worked for one of the fastest growing media businesses in the world, managing the largest healthcare change event in the UK for the better part of 6 years.
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