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Virgo Health Education appoints new senior team

KatherineMantell, Patricia Jones and Jenny Szkolar take up new roles within the division

Virgo Health Education Katherine Mantell, Patricia Jones Jenny Szkolar
Pictured (l-r): Virgo Health Education's Jenny Szkolar, Patricia Jones and Katherine Mantell    

Virgo Health has boosted the senior team within its medical education division with a series of new appointments.

Katherine Mantell moves into a new role as global head of medical education and the agency said the change was a reflection of five years of continued expansion and success for Virgo's Health Education division and the growth of its editorial and client services work.

Sarah Matthew, joint CEO of Virgo Health, said: “In 2014, Virgo Health Education experienced significant growth of 51% year on year. Underpinned by our new 'Health with a Human Touch' proposition and with Katherine's leadership, we have even bigger aspirations to evolve the way in which medical education is delivered and consumed in the year ahead.”

Mantell, who joined Virgo in 2010, was previously director of global scientific services and leads a team of over 40 across Virgo's Richmond and New York offices.

She has over 15 years' experience working in medical education and is a member of the ISMPP Ethics Committee, the NICE Implementation External Reference Group and part of the Royal Berkshire NHS Trust Strategic Patient Leadership Programme.

Virgo Health Education has also promoted Patricia Jones to client services director, Jenny Szkolar associate editorial director and Derek Annan to business development account director.

20th May 2015

From: Marketing

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