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.”
The latest from our blog
Read our recent posts on the power of a creative design.
February 28th is World Rare Disease Day, but why is that important? Check out our infographic to learn more about rare diseases, and how they can have a big impact on the healthcare landscape.read more
This month GLOBALHealthPR welcomed F/NE Group as our newest partner in South Africa and the broader region. In this infographic, see how communications can help address some of the most urgent healthcare challenges across the...read more
GLOBALHealthPR Partners with F/NE, South Africa’s Leading Independent Health Communications Consultancy, Enhancing Network’s Capabilities in Africa
GLOBALHealthPR®, the largest independent health and science communications agency partnership worldwide, today welcomed Johannesburg-based F/NE to its rapidly expanding global network. Founded more than 18 years ago, F/NE has built an impressive reputation as the leading independent healthcare communications consultancy in South Africa, with an extended reach into Kenya, Nigeria, Zambia and Zimbabwe.read more
Traditionally, GLOBALHealthPR shares some of our favorite holiday traditions from our partners around the world. This year, we decided to share a holiday card…..about holiday cards.read more
What do running water, electricity, and medical innovation all have in common?
They are all things we’ve been conditioned in the United States to expect, and as such, all things that we often take for granted.
It’s not news that the pharmaceutical industry has a messaging problem. At the ExL Pharma conference last week, a presenter shared survey results indicating that when asked about the industry’s last major medical breakthrough, many people cited the development of the polio vaccine. In case you don’t remember, the polio vaccine was developed more than 60 years ago!
The message is clear: people don’t recognize all the life-changing innovation that takes place in the pharmaceutical industry every day.read more
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.read more