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emotive shortlisted for two PMEAs

Following on from a win and highly commended at this years Communique awards, patient support programme MyAsthma is a finalist in two PMEA categories.



Today, emotive were informed by the PM Group that patient support programme MyAsthma has been shortlisted for 2 PMEA award categories, Excellence in Patient Focus and Excellence via Digital/Social Media.   

Earlier this year MyAsthma secured a win and highly commended at the Communiqué awards, making the PMEAs the third event to recognise MyAsthma for it's effectiveness as a digital programme for asthma patients.   

PMEA 2013 is specifically designed to recognise and commend excellence, best practice and innovation in local, European and international healthcare markets. This year the awards will be presented at a black tie dinner on Thursday 28 November 2013 at The London Hilton, Park Lane.  

To find out how emotive can help you deliver award-winning work that is also effective at achieving marketing objectives, get in touch chat@thinkemotive.com or visit www.thinkemotive.com 

19th September 2013

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