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Your employees are your most valuable brand advocates. GLOBALHealthPR works with you to ensure that your internal teams understand and are excited about the strategy, equipping them to deliver the message at every opportunity.


“Changing and then sustaining behavioural change in teams is key, and we approach this as part of the bigger picture of business integration. When an organisation’s people truly understand the vision and mission, and align behind a united strategy, great results can be achieved and collectively celebrated.”

Neil Crump, United Kingdom


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Read our recent posts on engaging your most important brand advocates – your employees.


Arriving at Spectrum New York

Arriving in New York City on Sunday, I was immediately taken aback by the sheer size and volume of the place. It is a phenomenal city to behold. I was met and given a tour of the new office space, in Battery Park, close to the most southernmost tip of Manhattan Island...

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Rebuild Your Pharmaceutical Path as a Patient

For most individuals, the prescriber-patient relationship ends when the prescriber rips off a paper with the patient’s written prescription. As a patient, the moment you see the bottom of your prescription bottle, you know it’s time to take a trip down to the pharmacy to restock the pills. Weeks, months, and even years have passed by and you’re in a cycle of refilling your prescription, with poor communication between you and your prescriber. You may not feel the necessity to call up your prescriber because you feel fine, right? If you don’t experience life-threatening side effects, you must think you’re doing ok.

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GLOBALHealthPR pledges support for World Hepatitis Day

At GLOBALHealthPR, we are proud to announce our official support for World Hepatitis Day, July 28, 2016, joining a plethora of organisations fighting to ELIMINATE chronic Hepatitis C. World Hepatitis Day unites people from all walks of life to raise awareness of the substantial global burden of viral hepatitis and to provoke real change in disease prevention, testing and treatment options. The theme for this year’s World Hepatitis Day is ELIMINATION…

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An End to the AIDS Epidemic in Australia?

At the height of the AIDS crisis in the early 1990’s, approximately 1,000 Australians died from the disease each year. Since the mid-1990s and the advent of anti-retroviral medication, Australia has witnessed a dramatic reduction in AIDS cases. On July 10, 2016, prominent researchers from the Kirby and Peter Doherty Institutes and the Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO) announced the end of AIDS as a public health issue.

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