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Charity of the Year

This page shows the latest Charity of the Year news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Communiqué Awards 2020 is now open for entry

Communiqué Awards 2020 is now open for entry

The second inaugural award for 2020, Charitable Campaign of the Year, is open to any charity, patient or professional association, support group or voluntary/civil society organisation with an interest in ... Charity, Patient or Professional Association

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  • M&F Health, 90TEN and Sanofi among big winners at Communiqué Awards M&F Health, 90TEN and Sanofi among big winners at Communiqué Awards

    by Havas Lynx for Sanofi Genzyme. 20. Charity, Patient or Professional Association of the Year. ... Winner: Steve Clark. 25. The Pegasus Award for In-House Team of the Year.

  • Communiqué Awards 2019 accepting entries Communiqué Awards 2019 accepting entries

    Excellence in Corporate Reputation. Innovation in Healthcare Communications. Charity, Patient or Professional Association of the Year. ... Healthcare Communiquétor. Healthcare Communications Advocate. The Pegasus Award for In-House Team of the Year.

  • Communiqué 2018 - all the winners Communiqué 2018 - all the winners

    Charity, Patient or Professional Association of the Year. Autistica. Young Achiever in Healthcare Communications. ... Comm uniqué Small Consultancy of the Year. GCI Health. Comm uniqué Communications Consultancy of the Year.

  • UK Sepsis Trust named Communiqué charity of the year UK Sepsis Trust named Communiqué charity of the year

    Wins praise from the judges for its HCP engagement. The UK Sepsis Trust picked up the Charity, Patient or Professional Association of the Year at last week’s Comm uniqué Awards. ... Commenting on the charity of the year prize, for which it was also

  • UK Sepsis Trust teams up with sepsis feature film Starfish UK Sepsis Trust teams up with sepsis feature film Starfish

    The charity is working with the film's producers and local NHS trusts across the UK to arrange screenings of Starfish for healthcare professionals and the public, with similar collaborations set ... By getting the public and HCPs to 'Just ASK: could it

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  • Case study: #Savethemale Case study: #Savethemale

    By the end of 2015, 29% of the public cited suicide as the leading killer of men under 45 - a rise of 9% over the previous year. ... In the following months, CALM’s public donations rose to £109, 150 from £41, 293 in the same quarter of the previous

  • Sharing ideas to improve care for cancer patients – part 2 Sharing ideas to improve care for cancer patients – part 2

    Category entered in 2012 was  Cancer Charity Initiative of the year. ... area. . Category entered in 2012 was Cancer Charity Initiative of the year.

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