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PRSA Health Academy Newsletter Archive

  • Winter 2013 including "2012 — What a Year in Health Care!"
  • Fall 2012 including "The Transition From Journalist to Public Relations Practitioner — Three Professionals Share Their Insights."
  • Summer 2012 including "Get social! How You Can Connect With Other Health Academy members."
  • Fall 2011 including "Health Academy Member Named as PRSA Fellow."
  • Summer 2011 including "Reflections on More than 25 Years in Healthcare Public Relations."
  • Spring 2011 including "Top Twitter Tweets for 2010."
  • Summer 2010 including "We're All Abuzz With Social Media."
  • Spring 2010 including "Health Academy Conference Focuses on Communicating Change."
  • Winter 2010 including "2010 Health Academy Conference Will Take the Temperature of Health Care."
  • Fall 2009 including "Connect With the Health Academy at the PRSA International Conference."
  • Summer 2009 including "Kaiser Health News: New Outlet Stays on Top of Health Care Reform."
  • Spring 2009 including "Career Strategies in a Downturn," "Paper: Reportings 'Accuracy Gap'" and "Dire State of Health Journalism."
  • Winter 2009  including the Health Academy member survey results discussion and "State of Health Care Journalism."
  • December 2008/2009  Spring Conference preview and membership benefits review.
  • October 2008  “Health Care Shines Among Silver Anvils Winners.”
  • August/September 2008  “Dark Sites: Being Web-Ready in a Crisis.”
  • June/July 2008  "Challenges of Multiple Generations in the Workplace."
  • December 2007/January 2008  “We Have a Communication Problem: Getting a Seat at the Strategy Table,” Part 2.
  • October/November 2007  “We Have a Communication Problem: Getting a Seat at the Strategy Table,” Part 1.
  • August/September 2007  “Mega-Disasters: 10 Tips from Health Care Communicators When All !#$% Breaks Loose.”
  • June/July 2007  “Navigating the Blogosphere in Serious Disease Areas and the Importance of Blogging to Health Care Organizations.” 
  • April/May 2007 "Meeting the Needs of the Health Academy Membership."

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