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Carol Glover

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Full name Carol Glover
Country United Kingdom
Primary language English
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I focus on two main areas: Business, human resource management, coaching and training Health – physical and mental health, social care Prior to moving into charity communications and marketing I was a business magazine editor for nine years and have been National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) and Periodical Training Council (PTC) qualified since 1996. I have an MA in Human Resource Management and Business gained in 1992, alongside extensive university lecturing experience to undergraduates in management. I have edited the ICSA’s in-house magazine Chartered Secretary, focusing on corporate governance with a circulation of 44,000 around the world, and I have been commissioning editor on the CIPD’s fortnightly magazine People Management. I have also edited and written Management Today magazine branded reports on both training and recruitment. Writing training materials in the HR and management field is also part of my portfolio. I currently work part-time as External Relations Manager for national charity the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health. Ongoing freelance work includes editing a Department of Health quarterly newsletter and producing other written communications work for them such as leaflets and briefings. I also do freelance PR for a cancer chairty two days per month, including finding and writing up personal stories. Previously I was involved in managing all proactive and reactive media relations for mental health charity SANE, SANELINE and the POWIC brain research centre in Oxford and have also been communications manager at the National Heart Forum (NHF). With physical and mental health writing expertise I am a full member of both the Medical Journalist’s Association and the Guild of Health Writers. Social care and older people expertise I am currently Writer / Editor for a (government) Department of Health quarterly newsletter for patients, their carers and health professionals. This focuses on all aspects of social and health care for older people. This also involves writing and communications work for the website.

Editorial work News writing, Features writing, Editing
Last updated 28-09-2011 18:09

Biography

I am an editor and communications professional with extensive experience of day-to-day operational management and strategic planning of magazines, newspapers, press relations, marketing and 360-degree communications, gained in the both in the not-for-profit and commercial sectors.

Having been a journalist for 12 years I am expert at writing news, features, commissioning and editing. I also specialise in writing / researching personal case histories and company profiles.

Prior to moving into charity communications and marketing I was a business magazine editor for nine years and have been National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) and Periodical Training Council (PTC) qualified since 1996.

With extensive physical and mental health writing expertise I am a full member of both the Medical Journalist’s Association (MJA) and the Guild of Health Writers (GHW).

I currently work part-time as External Relations Manager for national charity the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health, for arts charity Sandblast and as Editor for a Department of Health quarterly newsletter for patients and health professionals. I also do freelance PR two days per month for a cancer charity; including finding, interviewing and writing up personal stories.

I have an MA in Human Resource Management and Business gained in 1992, alongside extensive university lecturing experience in management.

I have edited the ICSA’s in-house magazine Chartered Secretary, focusing on corporate governance with a circulation of 44,000 to 43 countries, and I was Commissioning Editor on the CIPD’s magazine People Management with a circulation of 122,000 fortnightly.

Previously I was involved in managing all proactive and reactive media relations for mental health charity SANE, SANELINE and the POWIC brain research centre in Oxford and have also been Communications Manager at the National Heart Forum (NHF).









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