Archive for November, 2010

Why Twitter matters for media organisations – Good Advice from the London Guardian editor

Good advice from the editor of the London Guardian about the utility of Twitter for media.

social media

Koop – a communications innovator at 95 – says stay vigilant on AIDS

C. Everett Koop, one of our time’s greatest communications innovators, is getting frail at 95. But in this Washington Post story on his latest talk at the National Press Club, he says to never, never, never give up. That is what a great communicator does. He is one for the ages. I was fortunate to […]

health sciences communications, media relations, medical communications

Harvey Phillips: A Great Musician and Innovator

Tribute to Harvey Phillips Harvey just died last month in Bloomington at his home – TubaRanch. A great musician who taught at IU School of Music for years and knew public relations and what it could do better than anyone I’ve known. He knew how to create a hook and get media coverage. Big coverage […]

media relations

Communicating research progress to 18,000 health pros – Your Employees

How to help your health system employees learn about where you are going

health sciences communications, media relations, medical communications, research communications

Telling the President Carter-Emory Story: Eradicating Guinea Worm, Educating Students

Telling the President Carter-Emory Story: Eradicating Guinea Worm, Educating Students

health sciences communications, medical communications, multimedia, publications

Emory Health Sciences Communications: Responsibilities and Strategies

A quick primer on how we communicate at Emory University’s Woodruff Health Sciences Center.

health sciences communications, media relations, medical communications, publications, research communications, social media