Peter Impey is a senior communications consultant with national and international experience in the field of sexual and reproductive health. In the field of reproductive health he has worked with international NGOs and medical societies to help raise empower young people to make informed choices on their sexual and reproductive health. Peter has worked with the Population Council, Marie Stopes International, International Planned Parenthood Federation, Asia Pacific Council on Contraception, Celsam, Federation Internationale de Gynecologie Infantile et Juvenile, Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevoelkerung and the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health. He has extensive experience in the field of HIV and has led global communications programmes for treatment and prevention. He has a particular interest in promoting safe sex and HIV testing to the gay community. Peter currently works at 90Ten healthcare where he leads the international PR practise and innovation arm of the consultancy.
- Developed a five year plan for World Contraception Day – a global awareness day to enable young people to make informed choices on their sexual and reproductive health. Organsied a global media event hosted by Kelly Osbourne.
- International survey on attitudes to sex and contraception among young people across the world. The survey involved 25 countries and over 5,000 young people aged between 15 and 24 across Asia Pacific, Europe, North America and Latin America. The results highlight that confusion around contraceptive options is still widespread. The outputs were used to help educate young people around the world about contraception options and to start a discussion about planned parenthood.
- Organised a series of focus groups with men who have unprotected sex with men while under the influence of recreational drugs. By targeting this group it is hoped that a significant impact can be made on reducing the spread of HIV to the wider community. Outputs are being used to develop a campaign to raise awareness about the need for regular HIV check-ups.
- Conducted a global study to assess attitudes towards different forms of treatment administration and their impact to adherence. The study was presented at the European AIDS Conference/EACS and included over 600 treatment-experienced HIV patients and nearly 500 doctors. It looked at practicalities as well as perceptions that serve as barriers or motivators to the delivery of optimal treatment.
- Communication strategy
- Public relations
- Product launches
- Patient advocacy
- Issues management
- Associate, Baird’sCMC
- Director, International Communications 90Ten