Danny Buckland
Award-winning health journalist

Danny Buckland is an award-winning journalist who writes about health, general features and news. He has worked for major national newspapers and magazines for more than 25 years. He has a reputation for producing engaging and insightful articles, also offering report writing and panel moderation services.

Danny has been shortlisted for the prestigious Mind Media Awards for his work covering mental health issues.

Recent PublicationsWalk of Life

Walk of Life

The inspiring story of a tetraplegic bike accident victim who used a robotic suit to deliver a moving speech at his daughter’s wedding. Published in The Times and then generating global coverage.

Recent PublicationsTransplant

Transplant

An S Magazine insight into how a student gained a new life with a transplant liver which inspired him to become a doctor saving others.

He writes news and breaking stories on healthcare and the NHS and also produces features and opinion pieces on a range of topics. His views on health and the media are highly valued and he is a regular member of panels debating issues that affect the public and the pharmaceutical industry.

Danny also has a keen focus on health technology and the changing nature of healthcare. He writes and blogs at Future Pills on the subject. He is a member of the Medical Journalists Association executive committee and is also a member of the Guild of Health Writers and National Union of Journalists (NUJ).