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Cuttsy+Cuttsy boosts health comms team

Charlotte Diggins joins while Jill Bradshaw and Dr Liz Walder take on new roles
Cuttsy+Cuttsy Jill Bradshaw, Charlotte Diggins and Dr Liz Walder

From left: Jill Bradshaw, Charlotte Diggins and Dr Liz Walder

Cambridge, UK-based Cuttsy+Cuttsy has made three new appointments to its healthcare communications team.

Charlotte Diggins joins Cuttsy+Cuttsy as senior account director, bringing over eight years of global communications expertise across a number of therapeutic areas from Galliard Healthcare Communications.

Meanwhile, Jill Bradshaw and Dr Liz Walder both take on new roles, becoming senior strategist and scientific team leader, respectively.

Bradshaw previously served as an account director at the agency, having first joined in 2014 after moving from VCCP Health.

Dr Walder joined in 2013 as senior medical writer, and brings further medical writing experience from Gardiner-Caldwell Communications and Photosound Communications.

Caroline Benson, co-founder and director of Cuttsy+Cuttsy, said: “The new positions cement Cuttsy+Cuttsy's ability to deliver credible communication campaigns be it internal, health literacy or experiential.”

1st March 2017

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