David Ramsey – Managing Director
David has been involved in STM publishing for over 15 years, having spent most his career as Managing Director of Touch Group plc, overseeing a publishing business producing review journals in 15 different areas of medicine, at a rate of over 60 issues per year.
Prior to forming Medical Media Communications (Publishing) Ltd (trading as Radcliffe Cardiology) David worked as Commercial Director and Publishing Consultant for Electric Word plc managing a series of journals for primary care practitioners in the UK, their cardiology portfolio of journals and launching an electronic version of the Renal Drug Handbook.
David has a real passion for digital publishing and the dissemination of medical education in multimedia formats. He strives on a daily basis to integrate digital publishing best practices in to our publishing model.
Outside of work, David is a keen triathlete now that his body is no longer up to the rigours of rugby, having played for London Welsh RFC for many years. He is also married and a father to two young boys.
Liam O’Neill – Publishing Director
Liam has worked in medical publishing and communications for over 12 years. The bulk of his experience has been in business development roles at companies such as Touch Group plc, Haymarket and Electric Word plc.
Since the inception of Medical Media Communications (Publishing) Ltd (trading as Radcliffe Cardiology), Liam has assumed the Publishing Director role due to his understanding of the wider medical journal publishing market and the clinical area of cardiology.
He has surrounded himself with an experienced team of editors and production staff to ensure all Radcliffe Cardiology journals are published to the highest editorial and technical specifications. He also interacts daily with the physicians that make up our editorial boards to continuously plan content for the benefit of our readers; as well as overseeing other critical elements of the business such as marketing and database management.
Liam is married and father to two young girls. In his increasingly shrinking spare time, he trains Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and can occasionally be seen parading the football field.
Sales and Marketing:
Rob Barclay – New Business & Partnerships Director
Rob joined the Radcliffe Cardiology team in January 2016 and spends time working on Simple Education with global course providing partners.
Rob started out in the medical media industry in 2006 at Haymarket Medical and was the commercial manager for the MIMS brand in the UK. This included managing all the MIMS spin off journals, conferences and websites including MIMS, MIMS Cardiovascular, MIMS Dermatology, MIMS Oncology & MIMS Women’s Health. He also worked on the UK launch of www.MyCME.com providing continuous medical education for UK GPs
Rob took some time away from the medical industry and has worked at Dunnhumby as a Media Planner / client services manager. Dunnhumby analyze all the data for the Tesco Club Card and produce targeted media offerings off the back of this rich data. Rob managed the Beers & Wines team at Dunnhumby during the Rugby World Cup in 2015 including working on the Heineken UK account – global sponsors of the event. He also worked at the Royal Mail group as a media specialist specializing in the catalogue industry (how to improve engagement with these). Throughout his career Rob has sold print, live events, digital opportunities (Webinars, Roundtables, Research, Virtual Events etc.) and data.
Outside of work, Rob is a keen (if not overly good) golfer, he has completed 2 marathons and 5 triathlons, he also loves watching (if no longer playing) rugby. He is also married and recently became a father to his son, George.
David Bradbury – Commercial Director
David has been involved in the publishing and media industry for over 8 years, having spent most of his career in conferences and exhibitions, producing large scale live events for the b2b community.
Prior to working at Radcliffe Cardiology, David worked as Account Manager for Emap (now Ascential plc) and latterly as Event Director at UBM Plc, where David managed and co-ordinated the team behind a conference-led exhibition, Resource and worked alongside clients such as IBM, Kingfisher, Cisco, and Rolls Royce.
Throughout his career, David has worked with clients in understanding and meeting their objectives to offer engaging content with a clear return on investment. He specializes in bespoke sponsorship opportunities, live events and digital offerings (Webinars, online promotional activities, video/live streaming etc.).
Outside of work, David is a keen swimmer and cyclist, as well as taking part in the occasional triathlon. Recently, David became engaged to his Fiancée and are due to marry in 2019.
Will Cadden – Sales and Marketing Executive
Will joined the Radcliffe team in April 2017. He works primarily in the Sales and Marketing team, building relationships with clients and media partners, as well as assisting the Audio-Visual team with filming at events around the world.
Will graduated Buckinghamshire New University with a degree in Audio and Music Production. After graduating, he spent half a year in Buenos Aires, Argentina learning Spanish and playing rugby. Having played rugby since the age of 5, he has been able to transfer his discipline and his collaborative skills into the workplace. 5 years in the audio industry has included working for ‘BBC Introducing’ where he helped produce a live music broadcast, and his experience has provided him with a broad knowledge of online content creation and a keen eye for aesthetics within audio and film.
Outside of work, Will plays rugby for Maidenhead RFC, who are tackling National level 3 this coming season. Will also has a love of music, playing both guitar and piano, and enjoys composing music with his peers.
Editorial & Production:
Mike Knight – Digital Content Editor
Mike joined the Radcliffe team in December 2016, where he spends his time producing and editing content both for Radcliffe Cardiology and Simple Education. Mike has incredible learning capabilities, where he overcomes any problem he has been tasked with at work. Before Mike went to university, he developed a thirst for music composition and production, where he created music with his friends in his spare time. Without lessons, Mike taught himself how to play drums, guitar, bass and piano, where he can play to a high standard.
Mike furthered his passion for music by studying at Buckinghamshire university in Audio and Music production, where he received a 2:1. Outside of his educational work, Mike used to be a talented BMX rider however, he had to give it up due to a shoulder injury he sustained whilst riding.
Outside of work, he furthers his passion for music where he teaches himself musical theory and songs. He also, watches a lot of sports, including rugby and tennis (to name a few). Furthermore, has an appetite for cooking, where he can single-handedly cook a Christmas dinner for his family.
Jennifer Lucy - Journal Production Manager
Jenny has been working in medical and scientific publishing for more than ten years. Starting at Wiley-Blackwell in 2005 Jenny worked as a production editor on a variety of medical journals and journal supplements.
Jenny moved to CSIRO Publishing, working as a production editor for five years on scientific journals before becoming production manager for Radcliffe Cardiology.
Lindsey Mathews – Managing Editor, Interventional Cardiology Review
Lindsey has worked in healthcare publishing for more than 10 years. Over that time, she has developed a thorough understanding of all aspects of medical editorial management.
Starting out in 2005, Lindsey’s first role in publishing was with Blackwell, where she joined the Production and Editorial Team in Melbourne, Australia, as an Assistant Production Editor. Lindsey remained with Blackwell as they became Wiley-Blackwell and finished her stint there three years later as a member of the Production Operations Leadership Team, and Editor of – among other titles – the Australian Journal of Rural Health, Hepatology Review, Histopathology and Nursing & Health Sciences.
Lindsey moved to the UK in 2008 and commenced work with SB Communications Group where she held editorial roles at The Diabetic Foot Journal and Diabetes Digest, alongside producing a range of supplementary materials. Next up was a role as a Project Editor with Synergy Medical where she oversaw the editorial development and production of projects from websites to journals and conference materials in the fields of haematology and urology on behalf of pharmaceutical clients. More recently, Lindsey was appointed Group Managing Editor of Wounds Group, where she supervised the publication of Wounds UK, Wounds International, Wound Essentials and Journal of Lymphoedema.
Having joined Radcliffe Cardiology in 2015, Lindsey now works closely with the Editor-in-Chief and Section Editors of the three Radcliffe Cardiology journals under her care to ensure that each issue maintains high standards of accuracy and editorial integrity.
Lindsey is now based in Melbourne, Australia and when not working with the Radcliffe Cardiology team she spends almost all her time reading stories to her baby daughter.
Leiah Norcott – Online Content Editor
Leiah joined Radcliffe in May 2017 and spends her time managing the Radcliffe Cardiology homepage, journal websites and digital content. She has 11 years’ editorial experience in print and digital publishing, working previously for the global publisher McGraw-Hill Education, where she led an editorial team and managed a number of profitable portfolios; providing leadership, strategic guidance and commissioned and developed resources for students in higher education, particularly in developing digital content for learning management systems.
Prior to her life in publishing, Leiah cut her teeth in forensics as a Scenes of Crime Officer working for the Police force. This aptly set her up for her future career in editorial as she certainly has a trained eye for detail! Outside of work, Leiah is a busy mother to a young family and enjoys spending time with them when she isn’t working.
Rosie Scott – Managing Editor, Cardiac Failure Review & US Cardiology Review;
Rosie has worked in healthcare publishing for more than 15 years. Over that time, she has developed a thorough understanding of all aspects of medical editorial management.
Based in Melbourne, Australia, and with a background in journalism and editing, Rosie began her medical publishing career in 2002 for Blackwell as an Assistant Production Editor, before becoming Senior Production Editor for several monthly and bi-monthly journals, including Surgical Practice, Journal of Investigative and Clinical Dentistry and International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. As well as overseeing the editorial development and production of multiple journals, Rosie was also involved in the style guide restructure, was a freelance and typesetter reviewer and mentored new Production Editors. She has also worked for a number of government health organisations, including Heart Foundation and VicHealth.
Having joined Radcliffe Cardiology in early 2017 as Editorial Assistant, Rosie is now Managing Editor of two journals, where she works closely with the Editor-in-Chief and Section Editors to ensure that each issue maintains high standards of accuracy and editorial integrity.
Rosie is married with two young boys, and when she’s not working with the Radcliffe Cardiology team, she spends her time (passionately) supporting her sons in their team sports and completing a PhD in Creative Media.
Rita Som – Managing Editor, Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review
Rita works closely with the Editor-in-Chief and Section Editors of Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review to ensure each issue of the journal maintains high standards of accuracy and editorial integrity, and provides a valuable educational resource for electrophysiologists, general cardiologists and all those with an interest in arrhythmology.
Bettina Vine – Freelance editor
Bettina has nearly 20 years in STM publishing and medical education. She has worked with medical publishers and healthcare charities in the UK and abroad, including Haymarket Medical Education, Mark Allen, OmniaMed and the Canadian Association of Wound Care.