Basel Communicators Network (Switzerland)
I began my career in public relations, where I developed innovative campaigns for some of Ireland’s leading brands. Subsequently worked as a journalist for national newspapers and magazines (specialised in writing business interviews/profiles, news features and health/medical articles). Author of two medical self-help books published by Gill. Owner of O’Hanlon Media, which was founded in 1996.
Copy-editing and rewriting in areas such as healthcare, education, life sciences, technology, financial services, real estate and the arts. Also substantive editing, business editing, scientific editing, technical editing, non-fiction editing. Reworking materials produced by non-native English speakers is one of my key strengths.
Annual reports, research reports, journal articles, public information guides, and website materials.
Health research; medical research; science and technology; economics; business (including financial services and real estate). School books.
In Ireland, AIB; Department of Health; Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT); Enterprise Ireland; Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI); Health Research Board (HRB); Health Service Executive (HSE); National Office of Clinical Audit (NOCA); non-fiction publishers Gill Books, and Folens; Siemens; Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI); Tyndall National Institute.
Non-governmental organisations, including the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD); World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO); International Consortium for Personalised Medicine (ICPerMed); UNICEF.
Corporate clients in Germany, Switzerland, the USA and Italy include Bayer, Clariant, and SITA.
Examples of work undertaken
Editing and rewriting reports and other publications for Irish government-funded bodies and global organisations in areas such as healthcare, education, life sciences, technology, financial services, real estate and the arts.
Examples on request.