What are we? An industry? A profession? An occupation?
Public relations is a professionalising field - but not a full profession. We review the arguments in favour of the status quo.
2010: a story of evolution and survival
Eight years on from the Barcelona Principles, there's still work to do to get the evaluation messsage out there.
From council copywriter to corporate counsellor
In the ten years since graduating with a PR degree, Stacey Stothard has moved from copywriting to corporate communication.
Ten years of the CIPR internal communication qualifications
In the past ten years, more than 1,000 practitioners have completed the CIPR Internal Communication qualifications with PR Academy.
An invitation from the editor
By now, our purpose should be coming clear. Here are ten ways you could become involved.
Understanding the common causes of career-related stress
This edition of Ask Dr Heather Yaxley focuses on stress at work.
To protect and promote: the challenges facing corporate communicators
Research from VMA Group published today reveals the challenges and opportunities facing corporate communicators.
Reflection and professional development
The PR Place Guide to Reflective Practice is an essential resource for those studying on CIPR professional courses and those completing CPD and seeking chartered practitioner status.
Are you qualified?
Social media and digital communication is a maturing field. Isn't it time you showed your mastery of the discipline, asks Heather Yaxley.
Dating advice for job seekers
It seems we're more open about our dating experiences than we are about job seeking and job interviews.
Sensitive snowflakes or warranted warriors?
Mental health campaigner Lucy Nichol explains why she has written a book on the subject.