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Hanover Comms collects Excellence in Public Health Comms award

Hanover Comms collects Excellence in Public Health Comms award

Communiqué judges praise the #Savethemale campaign’s “sensitive” approach. The award for Excellence in Public Health Communications was won by Hanover Communications for its male suicide awareness initiative at this ... The '#Savethemale - Raising

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  • Finalists revealed for Communiqué Awards 2016 Finalists revealed for Communiqué Awards 2016

    Living Like You. by Creation. for Novartis. MakeHIVstory. by Edelman. for Johnson &Johnson. ... by Hanover Communications. for CALM, Campaign Against Living Miserably. Supported Self Management materials.

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  • Doctor doctor, where are all the men?

    As men we need to swallow our pride and masculinity when it comes to our own health.  CALM  (Campaign Against Living Miserably) are a UK charity who seek to prevent male

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