Health care communicators are always on call, and the PRSA 2015 Health Academy Conference, May 13–15, in Cleveland, will share the Rx for professional success and healthy business approaches.

Connect with public relations colleagues from organizations, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Cleveland Clinic, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Arthritis Foundation and more. See the full program.

                 Preview the Conference Insight

Marc Kaplan, PRSA Health Academy Conference Chair and Columbia University School of Nursing Associate Dean of Marketing and Communications, discusses the focus of this year's conference.

The Cleveland Clinic takes center stage at this year's conference!

"How I Became YOU: My Journey From Doctor to Wellness Brand"

The Cleveland Clinic's Michael F. Roizen, M.D., will discuss his journey from anesthesiologist and practiced internist to a nationally-recognized wellness brand.


What is the PRSA Health Academy Conference?
The conference helps health care communicators sharpen their competitive edge by providing insights into emerging industry trends, tools and techniques.

How is the conference programed?
Designed by the PRSA Health Academy Section, the conference program encompasses the wide spectrum of sectors within health care, and offers robust communications approaches to maintain a healthy messaging strategy and drive stakeholder engagement.

Why attend?
Along with colleagues and experts, you’ll have access to various networking and learning opportunities, participate in hands-on case studies and take on relevant topics such as internal communication, evolving technology and media relations.


Health Academy’s
Strategic Value

Health Academy Chair Candace Steele Flippin, APR and Chair Elect Ellen Beth Levitt talk about the community’s focus for 2015 — in particular how excellence, enrichment and leadership are integrated into all programming, including the spring conference.