Advancing Healthcare Communications

Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies

Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies

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The recently aired PBS documentary Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies truly moved and unsettled me. It also filled me with tremendous hope for the future of cancer research. That’s because the depth with which filmmakers Ken Burns and Barak Goodman examine the past, present and possible future of cancer is equally terrifying and beautiful.(...)

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What People Want: Clarity

What People Want: Clarity

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I spend a lot of time in meetings where health-care-specific terms are the norm. Bench to bedside, coordination of care, population health and medical destination all come to mind. While people in the industry may know what these phrases mean, it’s entirely possible that crucial staff members who are less involved in communicating the business(...)

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Why We Itch and a Host of Cutting-Edge Health Content: The New Johns Hopkins Health Review

Why We Itch and a Host of Cutting-Edge Health Content: The New Johns Hopkins Health Review

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At Johns Hopkins Medicine, the sheer volume of content that we create for physicians, patients, their families and the world is staggering. In the school of medicine alone, we and our faculty members develop all of the content and multimedia materials for hopkinsmedicine.org. We issue dozens of online and printed publications for physicians, patients and(...)

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