Dan Hartland has an extensive background in healthcare communications and marketing, operating his own consultancy business for much of the last decade. He has worked with the Department of Health, NHS England and several NHS Trusts nationwide. In addition, he has extensive experience in the digital media sector, focusing on copywriting and content strategy.
A graduate of the University of Birmingham, Dan has worked at Birmingham’s premier arts development, the Custard Factory, developing several successful charitable and educational projects alongside some of the organisation’s most innovative tenants. He has continued to work in the arts space alongside a number of leading UK events, most recently supporting Cheltenham Festivals with their external communications and public relations activity.
In the healthcare space, Dan has worked with the Department of Health, UK Health Security Agency and the Royal College of General Practitioners, alongside a number of regional organisations including NHS Trusts across the West Midlands.
Dan is both Secretary and Director of Operations for Saving Lives, a charity he helped found alongside Dr Steve Taylor of Heartlands HIV Service.