3 ways to incorporate DE&I in your communications strategy

To deliver inclusive communications that connect with a diverse and multicultural audience, it is important to embrace patient insights, build trust, collaborate with physicians, and align your communications with the latest editorial and cultural guidelines.

In this article, we share three strategies to incorporate diversity, equity & inclusion in your communications.

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