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Ashfield welcomes second intake of medical writers

New recruits join the programme

AshfieldAshfield Healthcare Communications, a global healthcare communications agency part of the UDG Healthcare group, has welcomed its second intake of aspiring medical writers into its fast-track training programme Allegro.

Following the programme’s initial intake of 15 recruits back in January, 13 new medical writers will now begin their 12-month development programme.

At the end of the initiative, recruits will join one of Ashfield’s agency teams in the UK as a medical writer.

Neil Marmont, Allegro’s programme director, said: “The 15 associate medical writers who joined Allegro in January have all successful completed the eight-week training curriculum and are now delivering work for our clients on the first of their agency rotations.

“We are now looking forward to welcoming the second intake to the programme.”

Ashfield aims to train up to 80 writers a year through Allegro, offering aspiring writers the opportunity to “kick-start their career”.

Article by
Gemma Jones

11th May 2018

From: Marketing

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