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Happy MedComms Day 2021

Happy MedComms Day 2021

2021 marks the 10th annual MedComms Day. Celebrating a ‘Day in the Life of MedComms’ has been a very different, individual and often challenging experience for many of us this last year compared to previous years. Protecting and supporting the health and wellbeing of our teams has become an evermore important focus for us all.

At Cello Health Communications, we have introduced many initiatives from flexible working, 50-minute meeting scheduling, regular virtual catch ups, to introducing a compulsory ‘golden hour’ for personal time each day.

If you are interested in finding out more about a career in Medical Communications or wish to apply for any of our vacancies, we would love to hear from you!

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