Archive for June, 2011
Posted on 28. Jun, 2011 by balletfanatic.
Gill here and this is my first blog post of a series inspired by the recent Doctors 2.0 & You conference that I attended last week in Paris. If you followed #doctors20 on twitter you might have noticed that I curated a tweet or two! So much was covered in the two days that I [...]
Posted on 15. Jun, 2011 by chiantichiara.
…and the past 48 hours has certainly proved that to be true. Within hours of the Future Forum announcing their recommendations further to the White Paper listening exercise, the Government has accepted the key changes and will make major concessions to the Health Bill. Although apparently not a ‘U-turn’, this is certainly is a major coup. [...]
Posted on 13. Jun, 2011 by DiscoDave.
Welcome back to our second and final set of video highlights from the first GLOBALHealthPR International Healthcare Social Media Summit (#IHSMS) following from Friday’s post. In this final instalment we are going to explore: Social Framework™ implementation in high malaria prevalence countries Q&A Video 4 World Malaria Day 2011 impacted social media; this can be [...]
Posted on 10. Jun, 2011 by Emma.
Last weekend I was introduced to one of my good friend’s new boyfriend. The conversation took the usual course and he politely asked, “So what is it that you do?” to which my friend of several years asked, “Yeah, what is it that you do?” Now, I don’t talk about work all the time but [...]
Posted on 10. Jun, 2011 by neilcrump.
Following on from previous blog posts, we can now present to you the select video highlights from the first GLOBALHealthPR International Healthcare Social Media Summit (#IHSMS) that Neil and Aaron presented at three weeks ago. At the summit we demonstrated how our Social Framework™ methodology can be implemented to gain insight into social media discussions [...]
Posted on 03. Jun, 2011 by msoadmin.
We’re a sporty lot here at Aurora (well, maybe some more so than others) so with May signalling the end of another football season the Aurora office should be slightly quieter, but with Wimbledon fast approaching, the Grand Prix in full swing and everyone questioning who actually secured all the Olympic tickets (apart from Neil [...]