Evidence-based PR that drives
health-related change

 

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Talented PR professionals committed to applying their skills to projects that will improve lives and promote good health.

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Proven Methods

We’ve learnt a lot about what works and what doesn’t work when you use PR as a tool in healthcare.

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Fresh Ideas

Award-winning creativity that builds brands, grows categories and drives sales.

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This free resource highlights a series of proven tips for driving patient activation in Australia. It looks at the importance of stakeholder relationships, how to identify relevant causes and how to develop clear calls to action.

 

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PR that helps turn the world in your direction.

We facilitate change by implementing a range of co-ordinated PR tactics.

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GPs put obesity back on the health agenda

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“The Pet Factor” makes friends and builds communities say Australian scientists

New research1 by the University of Western Australia shows that pet owners are more likely to meet new people and make meaningful friendships. The findings suggest a practical way to address the...Read more

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Health News

Tasmanians at risk of suicide refused hospital admission, Government told

Tasmanians contemplating suicide are being refused admission to hospital or being discharged without appropriate accommodation, the Tasmanian Government is...Read more

Providers told they can't use 'primary health network' in any marketing

The launch of the Federal Government's new primary health networks is thrown into confusion with the new organisations told they cannot use the name "primary health network" in any marketing or...Read more

Defence personnel demand inquiry over exposure to toxic jet fuel

Current and former Defence Force personnel call for a wide-ranging inquiry into whether thousands of servicemen and women have suffered serious illnesses due to exposure to toxic jet...Read more

Health Minister hears concerns of Tamworth doctors

The Federal Health Minister has made a visit to Tamworth, in northern New South Wales, to hear the concerns of local doctors about GP and specialist numbers and the continuing freeze on the Medicare...Read more

Yirrkala couple Morgan and Jill Mununggurr

Morgan and Jill Mununggurr have been married for several decades and live in Yirrkala on the Gove...Read more

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Some examples of our latest work.

We are changing section of the medical landscape every day.

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Doctor On Your side

Promoting the role of GPs in helping patients to manage weight loss.

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Clinical Genomics 

PR program to raise industry awareness of the company’s progress in developing a blood based test for bowel cancer.

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Triple P

A world-first project providing 2 years free support to every parent or carer of a child with a disability in NSW.

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When you’re looking to get more from your health-focused PR.

Palin Communications combines evidence-based social marketing principles with
best-practice public relations to drive great outcomes for clients in the health sector.

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Palin Communications is where evidence-based social marketing principles meet best practice health-focused PR to change environments, enlighten audiences, build categories and change small parts of the healthcare world.

If you are thinking about briefing a PR agency, then you clearly want to shake things up. You want to facilitate change.

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