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PhRMA deputy VP returns to World Health Advocacy

Christoper Ward is appointed senior partner at health policy specialist agency he founded

World Health Advocacy Chris WardChristopher Ward has returned as senior partner to World Health Advocacy – the health policy-focused PR firm he founded in 2001 – after a five-year stint at US pharma trade body PhRMA.

Ward left Ward Health Strategies, as it was then known, in 2008 to join PhRMA as deputy VP, international alliance development.

In this role, he added to his experience in health policy, which also includes several years working for the Government of Ontario in Canada and a VP role at RX & D – the trade body for the pharma industry in Canada.

This experience will be valuable in his new role, with World Health Advocacy's clients including governments, civil society organisations and health industries.

Ward will be based at the company's office in Washington DC.

31st May 2013

From: Marketing, Healthcare

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