Life appoints new principal writer

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Life Healthcare Communications has announced the appointment of Catriona Hampton, formerly of PAN Communications, as a principal writer.

Ms Hampton, who has experience of working across a range of therapy areas and communication channels, has been hired by Life on the back of her proven track record of combining scientific rigour with creative skill, reports Pharmafile.

“Life Healthcare Communications has appointed Catriona Hampton as a new principal writer.“

At PAN Communications, she was employed as head of copy, where she developed a reputation as an experienced copywriter and concept generator. She also possesses a degree in immunology from King's College London.

Life's chief creative officer Reg Manser said: "We are delighted to have Catriona as part of our creative team because of the breadth and depth of experience she brings to the agency."

The agency is a leading health PR agency based in Windsor and is a member of the Indigenus Network.

It has worked with a number of high-profile clients in the past, including companies and brands such as Novo Nordisk, Rayner, Abstral, Vidaza and Cetraben.

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