The campaign lifts the voices of suicide attempt survivors and victims’ loved ones.
The new campaign that uses influencers is built around the insight that 80% of people receive meaningful health information from a DNA test.
Meyer is leading a team handling Medtronic’s corporate reputation, thought leadership and internal communications.
The campaign addresses the pressure to fit certain body images, exacerbated by social media filters.
This week’s Haymarket Media Vaccine Project Newsletter is 2,021 words and will take you six minutes to read.
The acquisition adds analytics expertise to an organization already steeped in it.
90Ten has launched in the US and appointed Kate Paxton, former senior vice-president at Ketchum, to lead the stateside operation.
Campaign US spoke with Latifah about the pharmaceutical company’s It’s Bigger Than Me campaign, inspired by different facets of her career.
This edition of the Vaccine Project Newsletter is 2,716 words long and will take eight minutes to read.
Jain is leading IR, PR and scientific communications.
The American Heart Association's Stay Fuerte for All campaign fights misinformation and vaccine hesitancy.
Kyowa Kirin’s Treat the Blood, Treat the Skin campaign attempts a simultaneous appeal to physicians and patients.
As part of its pushback against vaccine-related misinformation, the platform banished the channels of well-known vaccine misinformation spreaders.
The agency also upped Ariane Lovell to partner and New York health media lead.
This week’s Vaccine Project Newsletter is 2,666 words and will take you eight minutes to read.
McBreen has worked at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Retail Federation, as well as in the White House.
Creative agency Kettle created the nonprofit organization’s ‘vibrant’ new look.
The healthcare management platform is positioning itself for broader global adoption.
Twitter users poked fun at and criticized the branding for Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca’s vaccines in Canada.
WPP agency picks up key markets from rivals PHD and Dentsu.
But experts say government recommendations are just the bare minimum of what companies should say to staffers.
As the flood of false and misleading health information continues unabated on social media, publishers find themselves in for a battle.
With its dancing docs and condom riddles, the platform is healthcare’s shiniest new toy. But is it built to last?
Effective communications about the importance of vaccination have never been more important.
The federal government and the private sector will have their work cut out for them encouraging people to get the vaccine, and telling them how to do so.