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Communiqué Awards 2015 now open for entries

Health communications programme sees a number of category changes this year

Communiqué Awards 2015 

The Communiqué Awards 2015 are now open for entries with all elements of the healthcare communications programme having been reviewed to keep it abreast with current industry trends and thinking.

This year's Awards see the addition of a new category, Excellence in Communications via a Live Event or Stand-Alone Activity, and significant changes to the Media Relations, Digital Communications and Corporate Communications categories.

The 2015 Communiqué Awards will also be the first to be headed up by Debbie Tuesley, who was appointed events manager in September but has worked on the programme since their inception.

“Having seen the Communiqué Awards expand from just 350 attendees in 1998 up to 1,000, I'm delighted to be taking the lead on them for the first time this year,” Tuesley said.

“We've worked hard again to ensure this year's programme will continue to highlight outstanding work that ultimately delivers real improvements in healthcare, enhances the patient experience, builds trust with stakeholders and augments the industry's reputation.”

The Communiqué programme, run by PMLiVE's publisher PMGroup, is specifically designed to recognise and commend excellence and best practice in local, European and international healthcare communications.

Last year's winners included Roche's UK communications team, Pegasus for consultancy of the year, Liberation Unlimited for small consultancy or team of the year, Lucid for medical education consultancy of the year and DJM Unlimited for specialist consultancy of the year.

• Download the Communiqué Awards 2015 entry kit
• More information on the Communiqué Awards programme

Article by
Dominic Tyer

4th February 2015

From: Marketing

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