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New hires for Wave

Med ed agency adds three new team members
Wave, Charlotte WilkinsonWave, James KeaneWave, Philippa Hatch

Charlotte Wilkinson, James Keane, Philippa Hatch

UK-based medical education company Wave has appointed three new members of staff.

Charlotte Wilkinson (top left) joins as programme manager and James Keane (top centre) and Philippa Hatch (top right) as senior programme executives.

Wilkinson comes from a background of managing communication programmes in the healthcare sector and for the Royal Society of Chemistry.

Hatch has experience in both programme management and business development within healthcare communication agencies. Keane joins Wave from a publishing background, having worked as a production editor on a number of scientific journals.

“We are delighted that Charlotte, Philippa and James have joined us as they each complement the skills base we have within Wave,” said Wave co-owner and director Rod Ball.

“These appointments reflect the continuing growth of our business as we expand our European and international work”.

Founded in April 2001, Amersham-based Wave partners with market access, patient programme and PR specialists to provide integrated communications.

The agency works with pharma companies, providing services ranging from advocacy management to NHS policy and local initiatives.

28th May 2014

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