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Communiqué Awards 2009: Finalists

Entries in the Education and Campaign categories have been reviewed and the list of finalists has now been published.

Entries in the Education and Campaign categories have been reviewed and the list of finalists published.

Once again there was considerable discussion and deliberation due the high standard of work submitted, but after much debate the finalists were confirmed and the winners will be presented on Thursday 9th July at the Grosvenor House hotel, in front of an audience of over 1000 guests from pharmaceutical and healthcare communications companies.

The judges praised excellent examples of best practice and were confident in the rigorous and transparent judging process. Entries in the premier categories will be judged next week and announced on PMLiVE on Friday 5th June. This year's charity is Admiral Nurses and PMGroup are delighted that John Suchet has agreed to speak at the awards to help raise much needed funds for this very worthwhile cause.

More information about the Communiqué Awards including details on how to book a table, online nomination forms for Communiquétor of the Year and the Communiqué Lifetime Achievement Award, along with details about sponsorship opportunites can be found in the dedicated Communiqué Awards section of PMLiVE.

29th May 2009

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