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Don't Shoot the Messenger

HCPRA has a limited number of copies of its textbook available. It is the textbook for health care communicators by health care communicators. Don't Shoot the Messenger  is a compilation of essays and case studies covering everything from communications plans to government relations to media strategies.

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Get ready for the final CPRS Health Academy webinar for this spring - April 19 at 2:00
Shift Happens ... Through Effective Engagement
Kathleen Bain, Communications Officer, North East LHIN, North Bay, Ontario

Changing times dictate changing approaches to communication, and its twin, community engagement. To be effective change managers, we must engage all stakeholders in a process of empowerment. Effective engagement is all about building and managing relationships that are based on credibility, trust and accountability. Developing a Community Engagement Plan is just as important to today’s professional communicator as writing a Communications Plan. This session will offer tips and techniques for engagement ideas that give everyone a voice, make everyone feel empowered, and yield practical results.


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CPRS Health Care Academy Webinar #2
Thank you to Suzanne Legue and Donna Danyluk from Royal Victoria Regional Health Care for their February 9th webinar entitled "Game On! Making your mission possible!" What a great idea to inspire staff!
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CPRS Health Care Academy Webinar #1
Thanks to Laurie Dawkins at Vancouver Coastal Health for kicking off our CPRS Health Care Academy webinar series with a presentation on engaging middle managers.
Laurie talked about how Vancouver Coastal Health engaged 16,000-plus directors, managers and frontline employees for “VCH True North – Picturing the Possibilities” – a full-scale campaign to develop the organization’s strategic goals. CPRS members can view the archived webcast at www.cprs.ca

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