Insights from PR Place
Case study: A digital communications strategy to enable melanoma patients to become informed participants in their healthcare
This case study by Connor Moonan shows the contribution research and planning can make to a digital health campaign.
Public relations as communication management
In the second essay in this series, we explore public relations as communication management.
This week in PR (21 January)
Trust, stakeholder capitalism and the history of branding were among the discussion points #ThisWeekinPR.
This week in PR (14 January)
This week we were talking about Downing Street parties, Molly-Mae and Ovo Energy - though not so much about Prince Andrew or Novak Djokovic.
This week in PR (7 January)
Here's our editor's pick of content and conversations from the first working week of 2022.
ICQ10: Ten questions for internal communications surveys
Kevin Ruck explains how his AVID framework can be used as the basis for ten core questions for internal communication audits.
Our books of the year (2021)
Congratulations to the authors of our books of the year - and also to Kogan Page, the publisher of all three.
How to study public relations for free
Study public relations for free with PR Academy's online Introduction to Public Relations which runs regularly throughout the year.
This week in PR (17 December)
Here's our final #ThisWeekinPR round-up of 2021, including an interim report on #prstudent #CreatorAwards22.
Internal communication: at a crossroads or on a roundabout?
Internal communication is often said to be at a crossroads. Kevin Ruck asks if a roundabout might be a better metaphor, and encourages practitioners to look for the right exits.
This week in PR (10 December)
Talk of Christmas parties past and mock media briefings dominated the news #ThisWeekinPR.
Facts and emotion in crisis communication: A challenge to our traditional approach
The blurring of lines between fact and opinion and the eroding of trust present a challenge for crisis communicators.