I write. I write a lot. And I've been writing for over 20 years. My articles encompass science, technology, international development and business. I've written for a range of publications too, from WHO Bulletin and The Lancet to the Guardian, IP-Watch, Health Policy Watch, The Economist, SciDev.net, BMJ, BBC News and Nature.
I work on freelance commissions and generate original stories. I conduct investigative reporting as well as contract publishing and medical writing. I write features and interviews, contribute articles to conference newspapers, supplements and copy for internal magazines and websites.
Subjects I've covered are wide – but more recently pharma patent disputes, universal health coverage, noncommunicable diseases and healthcare in resource poor settings, access to health technologies, medicine prices, cross-border healthcare, the opioid crisis, emergency medicine and antimicrobial resistance. I interview policymakers to research scientists and health practitioners. Anything from insulin R&D hackers and fake news on vaccines to effective air ambulance repatriations.
Below is a tiny selection of the articles I've written.