Increasing access to psychological services in Essex

Resonant has won the opportunity to help increase the number of people in south Essex accessing psychological services (IAPT).

Commissioned by South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, the project aims to reduce health inequalities and address underrepresentation amongst certain communities.

21 March 2014 


Changing drinking behaviours in Lambeth and Southwark

Resonant has been commissioned to identify social marketing interventions to change the behaviour of ‘at risk’ and ‘dependent’ drinkers in two south London boroughs.

With an estimated 100,000 people drinking at risky and dependent levels, Lambeth and Southwark Councils are looking to gain insight into attitudes, motivations and barriers of particular population segments. And then tailor interventions to their needs.

20 March 2014


Practical guide to CMT

Originally researched and written by Resonant in 2006, our specialist health information team are rewriting and updating the ‘bible’ to Charcot Marie Tooth (CMT) disease.

CMT: A practical guide’ is published by CMT United Kingdom and is a comprehensive guide to living with CMT for the estimated 23,000 people with the condition in the UK.

“We are delighted to be still working with CMT United Kingdom on this really important practical self-management book and other work,” said John Isitt, founding director of Resonant.

20 January 2014

"This has changed the way we position ourselves and our approach to communications"

Director of Fundraising and Communications,
Contact a Family

An innovative digital campaign that uses the power of social media and mobile technology to promote Rapid HIV Testing to gay men in London

Increasing awareness of GP-led unscheduled care and reducing demand on urgent services in South West London
We're delighted to have scooped 3 awards including 'Resource of the Year' at the BMA Patient Information Awards 2011
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