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Websites, video subtitles, blogs, SEO writing, press releases for a variety of commercial clients
Small features, monthly. Readership: Expats living in The Netherlands.
Lawless urban jungle: Mayor Halsema ready to tackle overcrowding in Amsterdam nightlife districts
International Hospitals & Healthcare Review (IHHR)
These titles are aimed at a wide range of global readerships that work in search and rescue, medical tourism and tourism insurance. Global readerships: Medical directors, chief pilots, CEOs and logistic officers for the state and armed forces; professionals in the travel insurance industry; as well as professionals in medical tourism, those working in cross-border care and in sourcing hospital care abroad (travel and medical assistance companies).
SAMPLE ARTICLE TOPICS
Translation services in the global travel insurance and assistance industry (October 2018)
Accreditation in the international air ambulance industry (August 2018)
Post mission disinfection (April 2018)
Structured decision making when hiring an air ambulance company (April 2018)
Survival stories: Survivors of air ambulance accidents share stories
Tiltrotors: Can cost sharing boost the hybrid aircrafts’ potential future in this mission
Critical repatriations on commercial aircraft
Doing it for themselves - moving cost containment processes in-house
UAVs in disaster relief: GlobalMedic goes airborne
Insurance fraud: The latest challenges travel insurers are facing
World Focus: The healthcare system in Singapore
Zika virus precautions for international fixed-wing air ambulance companies
Medical Tourism: A New Frontier?
Double dental time: Time solutions for fast dental tourism
The principle fitness trade magazine in Europe, Body LIFE had since many years been offering best practice material in the field of health and fitness; on subjects ranging from marketing, science, wellness, to the latest technical developments and legal matters. This title was produced by its own teams per country and published around Europe and further afield such as India.
Body Life UK Magazine was an international magazine at managerial level for those that worked in the business of health, fitness and leisure. bodyLIFE UK became a media partner to for example The UK Fitness Convention, and the European Health & Fitness Association (EHFA).
Best practice topics on business, health and wellness
The latest legal aspects such as employment laws
The latest sector news
Industry profiles and CEO and high profile interviews
Products and concepts and conference roundups such as FIBO
Health and scientific studies
New installs around the country
As an instructor I helped introduce students in adult education to the world of TV journalism. They learned how to produce TV news packages; from writing scripts, to delivering news to the camera with autocue, and 'pieces to camera'. No matter how nervous some of them were, by the end of the course they were delivering news to the camera, and the work was very rewarding.
Various productions around the world on multi camera, Outside Broadcast (OB), news and studio productions.
Regular clients such as Reuters Financial (7 years); CNBC (8 years); Carlton 02; the Travel Channel (10 years); and a variety of corporate production companies such as Ernst & Young and Oxford-based First Sight Media and Jop Pannekoek in The Netherlands.
TV news interviews included interviewees such as George Michael, Sr Roger Moore, Dr Robert Winston, Benazir Bhutto, Mariella Frostrup and the then Prince of Dubai.
The Finchley Times, North London, Newsquest
North Magazine, North London, Archant Publishers
The Archer Newspaper, East Finchley, North London
Bi-weekly art column for Dutch national newspaper NRC Handelsblad as part of the regular European Cultural Supplement
Features for trade magazines for employees of Dutch rail transport provider NS and its sister company Nedrailways, now called Abellio, which is a European public transport company
New, innovative community newspaper, distributed around all 33 boroughs of London
The DRF is a UK organisation that is standing up for the voluntary dog rescue sector. The group, which includes local politicians and MPs from around the UK and celebrities such as Martin Clunes and Joanna Lumley, aims to actively tackle the complex issues of illegal dog breeding on a national scale. It does so by engaging in local council and other partnerships and by conducting its own independent national surveys.
The mission of this organisation is to protect animals in Spain from cruelty; to educate people against neglect; and to change, improve and implement animal protection laws. Knowledge on animal law is lacking in Spain in all areas of society, and the organisation, which works with one of the country's three lawyers that specialises in animal welfare, is also setting up an education programme for those in authority such as the police, vets, or civil servants working at the town hall. ACTIN has co-organised the country's first animal welfare conference.