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Valeria Fiore

Valeria is news editor at C+D. Having completed an MA in International Journalism at City University, London, she realised she had an interest in healthcare journalism while writing her final project on Brexit and the NHS. Valeria worked across several healthcare magazines as a reporter, before joining C+D as a digital reporter in 2019. She became news editor in 2021. Her areas of expertise include regulation, primary care networks and integrated care systems, and education and training.

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