About Corinne Swainger
Looking for a scientific interpreter?
You just found one. Hi, I’m Corinne Swainger, a freelance medical copywriter, editor and content consultant, based in London, with over 25 years’ insight into diverse medical communications, across +70 therapy and health technology areas.
As part of my Freelance Services, I can help you to translate life sciences and healthcare data into clear, quality, targeted campaigns. Saving you valuable time and effort. I start by developing a clear content strategy.
I develop targeted content for:
Let’s work together to reach your specific healthcare audiences. Through traditional and digital channels.
A versatile medical communications specialist
I kicked off my freelance career 15 years ago, and founded MediQuill Ltd in 2017.
Before then, I spent over a decade working for some of the UK’s leading healthcare advertising, PR and medical education agencies. I’ve tackled many med-comms roles. These include a strategic medical copywriter, editorial manager, charity newsletter editor, and PR account manager.
This versatility allows me to approach your projects from a strategic and human angle.
A strategic content consultant
Over the past 25 years, I’ve helped over 200 clients to develop and launch clear, effective campaigns. These have covered new medications, consumer health products, medical devices, and patient awareness programmes, including:
A passionate patient advocate
I’m also passionate about patient education. For 14 years, I served as a voluntary charity trustee of the Tuberous Sclerosis Association UK (TSA UK). Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC) is a rare genetic disease, with various symptoms, which can have a major impact on life.
Today, I’m an active member of the TSA Patient Events Committee. Working closely with patients, carers and medical specialists to increase disease awareness and care.
A med-comms networker
I’ve held active roles in the Guild of Health Writers and MedComms Networking groups. This has allowed me to network with a wide range of colleagues in the medical communications industry. And keep track of the latest healthcare issues.