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Tag: health care public relations


5-Star Friday: Unvetted public relations & silencing science

1 8/25/2015

The Cleveland Clinic dumps McDonald’s: important symbol of change or PR lip service?


Does the public trust science? A university communicator’s reflections


What the public doesn’t see about pharma trying to buy influence


4th annual year-ender on health care PR crap


A health care PR man writes on the ethics of getting it right


Embargo Watch blog posts “What NOT to do in a PR campaign”


Health care public relations 101 – continued


The bidding rises: last week’s health care PR offer to reporters was $100. It’s $250 this week!