Grey Bear Consultancy makes a positive contribution to the Pharma sector through our undertaking of pro bono work.  We support many charities and NPOs using our expert advice, experience in the industry, and our specialised services.

Below are some examples of our Pro Bono work:

NHS England
We are a proud member of the Quality Surveillance Team (QST), which reviews neonate services and care on behalf of NHS England. We highlight issues to Specialised Commissioning bodies, to ensure that services in the NHS are accessible to all, and as safe as possible.

British Menopause Society 
We helped raise awareness around the taboo subject of menopause, to help enable women to seek help early and to get access to the right information in order to help support their mental health. We represented the NPO on Radio 5 Live and BBC Breakfast.

Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
We support the RCOG by participating in insight groups as patient advocates. We voice our opinions and highlight issues in Obstetric and Gynaecology patient management, and are proud to be part of the change in the recent curriculum.

We support Bliss, the leading UK charity for babies born premature or sick, through various volunteered activities which help to raise their profile and to get the support they need to ensure that every baby has the best quality of life.

Managing Director, Emma Clayton, is on a mission to empower women in the health sector to step up to leadership roles, and to have the voice to challenge issues women face in trying to do that.

Emma has worked alongside women in the NHS for over 20 years, and is using the skills and tools she has learnt in her career in the private sector to create this community for women to talk, share stories, learn skills, and to ask for help.

The Women in Health network is just a year old, and already has a huge following. Visit the website for more information.

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We are proud to be members of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR)  Ethical Medicines Interest Group (EMIG) and to have been selected as representatives of best practice in “The Parliamentary Review 2019”.