Danny Buckland
Danny Buckland is an award-winning journalist who writes about health for newspapers, magazines and online outlets across Europe. His work ranges across all healthcare topics with a strong accent on innovation in technology, drug development and system redesign to meet growing challenges. He has produced White Papers and thought leadership articles for a range of clients and charities, moderates panel discussions and generates engaging content.


Mental health

Greater awareness and willingness to talk about mental health has ushered in a new era understanding and acceptance and broken through some layers of public stigma but there are many challenges ahead.


Stress is a common by-product of modern, busy lives. It infects work, home, relationships with multiple triggers that often appear beyond our control.

Chronic pain

Dictionary definitions don’t do it justice. Chronic pain is a complex condition that is rarely solved quickly and often requires emotional as well as physical solutions.


Depression is a single word that carries a multitude of meaning. It is a mood disorder that can touch every aspect of our lives yet has distinctly individual characteristics.


A diagnosis of epilepsy can be difficult for all the family, particularly as many parents will not have a deep knowledge of the condition and how to help their children cope.


These are seizures where a child becomes briefly unconscious and stares blankly and unresponsive to what is happening around them. Their frequency and length are unpredictable, creating concern for parents and family members.


Most children with epilepsy should be able to attend mainstream school and enjoy their education without significant problems, providing there is good communication between family and school.

Mental health

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on global health with the aftershocks reverberating through both physical and mental health.


Epilepsy is a condition of the central nervous system that impacts more than 50 million people worldwide, causing physical suffering, emotional stress and compromising hopes and dreams.


Alzheimer’s Disease is a progressive and irreversible brain disorder that is the most common cause of dementia. It compromises memory and cognitive ability, causing distress and suffering to people, often overwhelming their families and carers. More than 50 million people worldwide are living with dementia with the number is forecast to rise to 152 million by 2050.