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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We are excited to join our partners in Mumbai, India today for our annual GLOBALHealthPR Asia-Pacific (APAC) Regional Planning Workshop. Over the ensuing two days (November 20 – 21), we will share market-specific insights, explore communication challenges, discuss...read more
NEW YORK and MILAN, Sept. 24, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- GLOBALHealthPR (GHPR), the world's largest partnership of independent health and science communications agencies, today announced the addition of Milan-based Connexia as its newest member. The partnership with...read more
We asked GLOBALHealthPR partners for their take on elevating patient voices at scientific meetings. For their insights on engaging patient communities around these events, download the full perspective piece. Download the full perspective...read more
NEW YORK (April 2, 2019) – GLOBALHealthPR® (GHPR), the world’s largest partnership of independent healthcare-focused communications agencies, today announced the promotion of Tim Goddard to President. In this role, Goddard, who has served as an Executive Vice...read more
NEW YORK, March 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- GLOBALHealthPR (GHPR), the world's largest network of independent health and science communications agencies, today announced Chile-based Strategika as its newest member agency. The addition further increases the partnership's...read more
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