Karen Finn

Karen spent the past 20+ years providing editorial services for leading B2B publications, large corporations, small businesses, individuals and students around the world. Her portfolio includes articles and business communications on pharmaceuticals, medical technology, healthcare policy, regulatory and legal systems, international trade and intellectual property. Her articles have been published in Scrip Regulatory Affairs, Clinica Medtech Intelligence, MedNous, SecuringPharma and International Trade Today, among others.

Family 10th May 2015

What it’s like to be a mum with hepatitis

“Being a mum can be stressful at the best of times, but when you have hepatitis, there’s an added layer of worry that most people don’t even know about,” says Natalia Jeleva, who’s been carrying the hepatitis ...

by Karen Finn

Family 7th April 2015

How motorcycles are saving families in Africa

Welcome to sub-Saharan Africa, where innovative health care isn’t always about cutting-edge medical technology. It’s just as likely to be about having a reliable motorcycle. In this respect, UK-based charity Riders for Health is leading the way. Ex-motorbike ...

by Karen Finn

Chronic Conditions 16th December 2014

Living with dialysis, then and now

The thought of an artificial organ that’s keeping you alive from outside your body – literally carrying the blood through tubes from your body into a machine sitting next to you, which cleans it and then pumps it back into ...

by Karen Finn

Family 6th December 2014

When it comes to incubators, mother knows best

With around 10% of all babies in Europe born prematurely and many others born with an illness, it is inevitable that lots of parents will get the first glimpses and touches of their newborns through the walls of an incubator. Scientists ...

by Karen Finn