Communications

Re-evaluating your internal and external comms activities to adapt to the continuously shifting situation?

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Constructing a healthy digital world

Remember when global singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran announced he was quitting social media? He bade farewell to his 16 million Twitter followers, dumped his phone and spent months jetting around the world. That decision, five years ago, was perceived as unusual and even foolish. Quickly though, as if permission had been granted, going tech-free became on-trend. […]

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Increasing access to mental health support

Our mental health has taken a beating this year. One of many ripple effects from COVID-19 is the toll that living through a pandemic has taken on people’s emotional, psychological and social wellbeing. Whether it’s stress from the blurring boundaries between work and home life, a sense of longing from not being able to see […]

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Employee Wellness Tips for Healthcare Workers

The spread of COVID-19 has affected every industry, every facet of life. But its impact on healthcare providers is significantly higher than most and continues to create a ripple effect of significant burdens. Not only are healthcare workers experiencing grave challenges at work, but their concerns and worries extend home to their family members. Heathcare […]

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Bridging gaps and building bridges to navigate healthcare avoidance

The current paradigm to strive to diagnose and treat diseases early and effectively remains unquestionable. However, COVID-19 has challenged this central dogma and left us with an unparalleled growing global healthcare crisis. Reports are clear that the pandemic is creating numerous ripple effects for patients who are facing delays to both the diagnosis and treatment […]

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Mental health is more than just one day

World Mental Health Awareness Day falls in October, and there is a growing flurry of activity online each year as individuals, brands and organizations share messages of compassion and support towards smashing the stigma around mental health. Current research shows that employees require more structured support when it comes to their wellbeing, particularly due to […]

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Assessing and managing issues around clinical trials: a multi-stakeholder approach

Many companies are facing challenging decisions on whether to proceed with clinical trials in the coming months as countries experience varying degrees of lockdown.

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Maintaining noise about other healthcare conditions

How we remember the COVID-19 pandemic will be decided by the journalists of today who are editing and documenting these unusual times.

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Best practices for communicating clinical trial changes and delays

In the case of COVID-19, clinical trials – like many other planned activities – have been impacted and many companies have been forced to make some tough choices. When making the difficult, yet necessary, decision to delay a trial, communicating clearly and strategically across all affected audiences is critically important.

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Unlocking virtual medical congresses

Medical congresses – crucial for the presentation of trial data, scientific exchange and the opportunity to engage with medical professionals, patient advocates, media and analysts – have been cancelled, postponed or are moving to virtual/part virtual.

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No two virtual congresses are the same

Each congress has a different structure to its overall program and method in delivering its scientific information, despite stating that they all plan to keep to the traditional congress format

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