The rise in digital technologies has changed medical communications for good. During the pandemic, patients went from in-person visits to online appointments. With doctors harder to speak to, people had to research COVID-19 independently to find out the latest.
Today, medcomms professionals need to translate complicated scientific studies into stories that are digestible for the average consumer. With a broader audience to reach, healthcare providers need to use words, videos, images, and even VR to share important information.
Our medical communications and healthcare advertising practice has been around for as long as we have. We recruit across account and client services, project management, medical and scientific services, editorial, creative services, design and copywriting, strategy, and business development.
With a huge network built up over many years, we connect medcomms professionals with all kinds of healthcare organizations, from small independent agencies to global agency networks. We cover permanent, temporary, or contract medical communications jobs in:
Healthcare advertising & PR
Sci-comm and commercial marketing
If you’re looking for your next role, a great hire, or just want to talk to our experts about the current state of the market, contact us now.Read more
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