What do you call someone who talks about medical conditions in a way that anyone can understand? (and no, this isn’t the start of a terrible joke…)
- An expositor of healthcare information?
- An explicator of pharmaceutical terminology?
- A medical pedagogue?
Well, all of those could be used, but for most of us they’d require a quick dictionary look-up before we could decide (and that’s not really our style).
A more relatable answer is, of course, a really good medical writer. And here at Cuttsy+Cuttsy we’re pleased to have an incredibly talented team of writers who use the concepts of health literacy and empathy to deliver health information in an accessible way.
Among them is Jessica Jackson, who we’re very pleased to announce has been promoted to Senior Medical Writer.
“Jess is a fantastic medical writer who has consistently shown that she is able to convey the most complex and difficult healthcare concepts in a way that informs and connects with real people, “ says Liz Walder, Content Director. “We’re so pleased to recognise her efforts with this promotion. Congratulations Jess!”
The rest of the team agree and extend their felicitations to Jess in her new role.
Or rather, ‘congratulations Jess and well deserved’ from everyone in the Cuttsy+Cuttsy team!
Would you like to join Jess and help us as we expand our Content Team?
Check out our vacancies – we have opportunities for Medical Writers, Senior Editors and Editorial Assistants and we’d love to hear from you.