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Lucid Group expands its presence in the north-west with six new hires

Healthcare 21, a Lucid Group company, continues to strengthen its editorial and medical writing team with six new additions to its Macclesfield office.

Rosanna Farrell joins HealthCare 21 as a Senior Editorial Assistant. Rosanna has 7 years’ experience in editorial, working with TimeOut London, The Big Issue and The London 2012 Olympics programmes.

Becca Winkle joins HealthCare 21 as an Editorial Assistant. Becca has an MA in English Literary Studies, English Literature and Literary Theory as well as previous teaching and editorial experience. Becca comments “I became interested in MedComms because, as someone with a passion for English Language and Literature, I recognise the importance of the style and functionality of language when conveying information about complex subjects or issues. As an Editorial Assistant at HealthCare21, I’m excited to be part of a process that ultimately leads to a better experience for healthcare professionals and patients receiving care.”

Alex Nicholson joins HealthCare 21 as an Editorial Assistant. Alex has a degree in English and French and a PGCE in Modern Languages and he is currently studying for his StEP Proofreading 2: Headway. Alex previously worked as a freelance transcriber for a document service company and runs a blog on popular culture, sport and current affairs.

Nicole Scullion joins HealthCare 21 as a Trainee Medical Writer. Nicole has an MRes in Biomedical Sciences and Translation Medicine from the University of Liverpool where she focussed on cancer biology and the response of uveal melanoma.

Sophie Day also joins HealthCare 21 as a Trainee Medical Writer. Sophie has a BSc in Biology from the University of Manchester where she completed her dissertation in Science Media and Communication.

Areeba Ali joins HC21 as a trainee medical writer. Originally from Ireland she moved to Manchester to pursue a Masters’ in Clinical Immunology. Areeba comments, “I’m very excited to be joining such a people-centric organisation with such a focus on transforming patients’ lives.”

If you are interested in being part of something magical, get in touch.

Contact Dan Newbury, Talent Acquisition Manager
Tel: 01494 755495

16th January 2020



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