While traditional holding companies may have once reigned supreme, the rise of independent agencies suggests that things are shaking up in the realm of multi market healthcare communications.
Recently, partners from around the world gathered to learn, share and connect during the 2017 GLOBALHealthPR® (GHPR) Annual General Meeting, held in Mexico City. One of the unique aspects we discussed in Mexico is the annual GHPR employee exchange program. We recently interviewed the participants of this year’s program to bring you a look back at the highlights:
NEW YORK, 11 January 2017 – GLOBALHealthPR®, the largest independent health and science communications agency partnership worldwide, has announced the opening of its new Asia-Pacific headquarters, located in Singapore’s Central Business District. The new office is opening under the direction of James Yi, the newly appointed Executive Director, APAC. It also follows the recent addition of Madison Communications as GLOBALHealthPR’s exclusive partner in Hong Kong, allowing the network to more closely support emerging client needs in the region.
Here at GLOBALHealthPR, we go to all ends of the earth to deliver our clients recipes for successful global and regional communications programmes. With offices in more than 40 countries, we know how to find the right mix of local insights and ingredients in order satisfy the unique tastes and needs of each programme.
In the spirit of the holiday season, we’re sharing some of the traditional recipes that are enjoyed in our local markets around this time of the year, delivered by our expert agency partners. Bon Appetite!
Recent changes to medicinal marijuana laws and regulations globally have expanded opportunities for medical research and patient care.
These actions are part of a broader global movement of governments and advocates to recognise the potential medicinal benefits of marijuana, which has long been considered solely a harmful recreational drug. These purported medical benefits include aiding in the treatment of epilepsy, PTSD, chronic pain and more.
Here we present three examples of GLOBALHealthPR member countries – Australia, Canada and the United States – that are tackling the legislative issues surrounding the use of medical marijuana.