OpenAI's recent tumultuous journey, marked by Sam Altman's swift departure and return, unfolds against the backdrop of Q*, a potential game-changer in the pursuit of artificial general intelligence (AGI).
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is widely used and celebrated amongst the general female population. There has been much debate over the benefits and risks of HRT and there remains confusion about who these therapies are suitable for.
There’s inspiration everywhere when you take the time to look for it. Go get inspired! If you’ve ever been inspired by a friend or family, drop us a comment below. We’d love to know!
Our Director of Culture & Kindness explains why we were the first in the world to bring this role to agency life
We all know that reading has its benefits, but do you know how many there are and how much reading each day could help you?
Accelerations in type 1 diabetes biotech, the best is yet to come! Mollie Hillis, Senior Account Executive with T1DM, explores the amazing technology advances over recent years and the positive impact this has on patients.
Small words with a lot of power! Our Senior Digital Designer, Hannah Cox, delves into the world of microcopy. Starting with, what is microcopy?
In our latest blog, Lead Developer Dan Prior, breaks down the basics of Web3 and how it's set to revolutionise the way we interact online.
'We are delighted to welcome Jeremy to KVA in a board advisory role. Needing no introduction, Jeremy has achieved fantastic success over the years for large agency networks. Recognising the power and purpose of KVA as an independent, we look forward to continue providing our clients with world-class creative.'
We explore how adopting a can-do, positive attitude can help your employees and company culture move away from negative thought-cycles and move towards a ‘glass half full’, solutions-focused mindset.
When we are creating for the metaverse, do we need to change the way we think about branding and how we talk to our audience? Maybe we should look at how we should start building communities within these brands.
The future power of the Metaverse is the ability to access any product or service, at any time, as easily as possible. Connecting people and communities around the world in a moment in time. We are about to witness the biggest technical revolution of our lifetime unfold...
KVA announces the opening of a new office in Tokyo, Japan by newly appointed Director, Chris Tilly. The award-winning agency’s presence in the Asia Pacific market will help expand its outreach as well as increase its ability to service current and future clients.
Hannah Ridgley, our Director of Culture and Kindness, delves into the scientific evidence behind kindness, and how being kind can improve our physical and mental health.
Ableist privilege is just as important and much the same as white privilege or male privilege, although frequently forgotten. Being mindful of ableist privilege in technology is vital and we must be willing to consider alternative solutions that provide a more accessible, inclusive and simple experience for everyone. KVA Health’s Senior UX Designer, Hannah Cox, asks us to consider what more we can do
Scientists have recently uncovered a new way of targeting leukaemic stem cells in patients with acute myeloid leukaemia (AML), while leaving healthy stem cells unharmed. Could this provide a new hope for people with AML?
Creating an exhibition stand, either virtual or physical, that people will remember is a little bit like fine dining. It should be an experience, and a Michelin star one at that.
I’m a strong believer in listening to yourself. So recently I had a conversation with my own avatar to find out what's happening with the metaverse and Web3 in healthcare. It was quite enlightening. See what you think…
Whether it's listening in the car or whilst hoovering, podcasts are integrated into our daily lives these days. Is pharma slow on the uptake though? On #medcomms day we explore the power of the podcast and show why it should be an essential part of HCP medical education programmes.
Mentoring is an incredibly powerful tool to help empower and support every member of the team to strive to be the best they can be. How can we make sure that we are the best mentors we can be?
While most people are vaccinated and getting used to life post-COVID, a subset of the population have remained on high alert since the first lockdown of March 2020. Do recent MHRA approvals mean these immunocompromised individuals may finally be able to escape their two-year lockdown?
With the recent announcement that a third person has now been cured of HIV, do we have the answers needed to eradicate this disease? Our Associate Medical Writer, Vicky Smith, investigates this and discusses the impact on treatment of HIV going forward.
It wasn’t an eureka moment in the shower, but it was close enough. I was brushing my teeth one Saturday morning, studying my reflection and wondering how my beard had become so grey when I had an idea.
Resilience is an important characteristic in the workplace, but have we lost touch with what it truly means? Our Director of Culture & Kindness, Hannah Ridgley, explores how a corporate culture of working without adequate downtime or recovery can be damaging to employee well-being, and asks us to take another look at how we define resilience.
Malaria is treatable and preventable. Despite this, malaria killed more than 629,000 people worldwide in 2020. On World Malaria Day 2022, our Associate Medical Writer, Vicky Smith, delves into treatment options for malaria and how approval of the first malaria vaccine may impact these stats.
Haemophilia. A word recognised by most people but understood by few: “the one that means you bleed a lot”. But for people with haemophilia (PwH), it is anything but that simple.
Has the advertising industry forgotten something important, how to create interesting narratives that the intended audience can truly engage with? Here is our Creative Director's thoughts on the topic.
Do bums on seats matter anymore? Our Head of Business Development, Katie Corbin, asks whether in-person delegate numbers should really be an indicator of a successful tactic or whether it’s an outdated way of thinking.
We've come a long way in treatments for CML and there are interesting times ahead. Our Senior Medical Writer, Isabelle Sotheran looks at recent developments in targeted therapies that are soon to be welcomed by the CML community.
In many industries at the moment, recruitment is difficult, with employees moving companies every year or so. Our Director of Culture and Kindness, Hannah Ridgley, shares her thoughts on how to maximise employee engagement and retention.
At KVA we like to stay ahead of the curve and a few weeks ago we made the decision to move to our Metaverse office. Our Creative Director shares his thoughts on the experience and why there is no going back.
One of our Senior Medical Writers, Dr Rebekka Harding-Smith shares some insight into rare disease research & how advances in scientific technologies can help
The digital revolution has truly begun in healthcare communications, let's make sure it continues.
The metaverse is here, but are traditional advertising methods going to be good enough to communicate in it or are we going to need to think of something new?
Will a 4-day work for every company? Hannah Ridgley, our Director of Culture and Kindness, gives her perspective.