Top 10 U.K. Social Media Influencers in Healthcare
Using our extensive media database, we compiled a list of the top 10 social media influencers throughout the United Kingdom and operating in the Healthcare space. Our solution makes it easy to find — and connect with — the influencers that matter to you.
Create custom media lists that are automatically updated, send multimedia emails, and track who opened emails and where they clicked, all right from the platform itself. And our module, Influencer Streams, shows you exactly what influencers are talking about on social media, so you can personalize pitches and amplify your message.
*Data as January, 2021
1. Rachel Clarke
Bio: Palliative care doctor Woman health worker Writer Books Loves our NHS Blue heart Rep: @AitkenAlexander
Memo Pub: @LittleBrownUK
Stethoscope Books: Your Life In My Hands, Dear Life, Breathtaking
Location: The NHS (VMO)
2. Richard Horton
Bio: Welcome to a permanent attack on the present
3. Dr Phil Hammond
Bio: NHS doctor, Private Eye’s MD, author, broadcaster, comic @CloreClients. Laughter is the best medicine unless you have syphilis, in which case it’s penicillin Blue heart
Location: North East Somerset
4. Hugh Pym
Bio: BBC News Health Editor covering all aspects of health (UK and Global). Politics and economics of the NHS. Thoughts from staff and patients always welcome.
5. Helen Bevan
Bio: Chief Transformation Officer @HorizonsNHS. Seeking ideas, inspiration, learning & connections for large scale change in health & care. All views are my own.
Location: Coventry, England
7. Alastair McLellan
Bio: I am the editor of HSJ, the No1 source of news on the NHS. Subscribe to read our unmatched coronavirus coverage (and much more)
9. Kath Evans
Bio: Director of #ChildrensNursing @NHSBartsHealth #CYPBartsHealth #CYPSocialPrescribing #BCYPExp #BevanProg #NHS1000miles #UltraRunner #CharityShopper #CYPAdvent
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