Inspired design is an integral part of your communications programme. GLOBALHealthPR designers integrate purposeful, functional design into your story to bring the message to life and motivate your target audiences.
“Design in its simplest form is storytelling. Our brains process pictures much better than they do words. So turning content into visual stories gives us more reach and helps us to relay powerful information more effectively.”
“Design is present in everything we see and touch. It awakens emotions, inspires, motivates, and helps us communicate our message. In healthcare, it helps us communicate more powerfully.”
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GLOBALHealthPR partner Aurora hosts webinar with leading industry experts As one of the countries hardest-hit by the coronavirus pandemic, the United Kingdom has seen its challenges related to health system response. With this as the backdrop, GLOBALHealthPR's UK...read more
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is being felt worldwide. In response, many of our global partners—dedicated to improving and protecting health—have created initiatives and communications campaigns to curb the spread of misinformation, combat COVID-19 and help...read more
The Nordic Divide on Fighting COVID-19: Why are Denmark and Sweden Taking Drastically Different Approaches?
Differences provide window of insight into populations and nuances across Scandinavia To outsiders, Denmark and Sweden are often seen as one in the same due in large part to their cultural similarities and geographic proximity. After all, in approximately ten minutes...read more
Last week, the GLOBALHealthPR community connected virtually to discuss how we can best support our clients and their priorities during the coronavirus pandemic. Leaders from our network of independent healthcare agencies around the globe shared experiences on how best...read more
Over the past two weeks, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has been spreading like wildfire, with cases now rising faster outside of China than inside. The spread of the virus to more than 100 countries has presented new challenges for governments, health...read more
Over the past two weeks, the COVID-19 outbreak has taken new twists and turns, with cases now rising faster outside of China than inside. The spread of the virus to more than 70 countries has presented new challenges for governments, health professionals and media...read more