We all have burning questions about our industries, and health care
communicators are no different.
Here are just a few of the quandaries that might keep an astute health
PR/communications pro up at night:
* How does a health communicator navigate career steps in the
ultra-competitive job market?
* How do health communicators work to retain millennial staff, without
giving away the farm?
* What is the role of a health communicator during a local, mass-casualty
* What can health marketers do to get better ROI?
Luckily, the Health Care Communicators Conference, running May 1–3 at Johns
Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, has the answers to those very questions.
The event has an internal and an external communications track, featuring
sessions such as:
* The new career path of the health care communicator; Jared Johnson,
manager of digital marketing for Phoenix Children's Hospital
* How transparency builds trust, engagement & retention; Michael
Waterman, senior director of communications at CHG Healthcare Services
* How Orlando Health's media relations team handled the Pulse nightclub
tragedy; Kena Lewis, director of public affairs and media relations at
* 1 + 1 = 3: How a multi-channel digital campaign gets bigger marketing
returns; Matt Bailey, search marketing specialist, and Tristin Bates,
social media and blogging specialist, for Johns Hopkins Medicine
Attendees are welcome to toggle between tracks. There will also be an
optional tour of the Johns Hopkins facility, though there is limited
Sign up now for the Health Care Communicators Conference, and find answersto your burning questions!