UDG Healthcare partners with the Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities
The Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities are excited to announce a new partnership with UDG Healthcare.
UDG Healthcare is a global leader in healthcare advisory, communications, commercial, clinical and packaging services, employing over 8,500 people with operations in 26 countries and delivering services in over 50 countries. Their mission is to improve the lives of patients around the world by partnering with pharmaceutical clients and healthcare providers. They operate across two divisions: Ashfield, A global leader in healthcare advisory, communications, commercial and clinical services and Sharp, A global leader in contract clinical, manufacturing, packaging and technology services.
Marie Devitt, Pathways Coordinator of the TCPID added, “We are very proud to have UDG Healthcare on board with us as a TCPID Business Partner. The partnership will help us to develop exciting opportunities for our students and graduates which will ultimately help to build true inclusion in the worksplace and in the community.”
More information about UDG Healthcare can be found at at www.udghealthcare.com
Brendan McAtamney, Chief Executive Officer, UDG Healthcare said, At UDG Healthcare, we recognise the importance of a diverse workforce and are committed to ensuring that all employees feel included and are treated equally. TCPID offers an outstanding programme that enables students with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to be a participant in a higher education programme. We are delighted to partner with the Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities (TCPID) on such an important initiative.