Nominations Open

The Leadership Recognition application, Carol Scaife Memorial Scholarship and Professional Excellence Award nomination forms are now available. Leadership Recognition is a program designed to reward members who excel in their profession. The program offers three tiers: Certification, Accreditation and Fellowship status. See http://whprms.org/leadership-recognition The 2016 Carol Scaife Memorial Scholarship will give one student or recent […]

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Communications Review-Call for Entries 2016

For more than 40 years, WHPRMS has recognized excellence and superior accomplishment in the practice of healthcare public relations and marketing. Communications Review was one of the first award programs of its kind in the country and today is widely recognized by healthcare communicators for its quality and credibility. The opportunity to enter your work […]

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Dynamic, Inspirational Speakers Wanted-WHPRMS Conference 2016

Dynamic, Inspirational Speakers Wanted WHPRMS is planning its fall 2016 annual conference and we’re looking for experts in the field of healthcare marketing and public relations to educate and inspire our members during this year’s conference in Madison. In October, healthcare strategy and market development professionals from around Wisconsin and surrounding states will gather at […]

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Press Release-Board Appoints New Members and Bids Farewell to Outgoing Veterans

  WHPRMS Welcomes Four Members to Board of Directors Madison, Wis., February 23, 2016—The Wisconsin Healthcare Public Relations and Marketing Society (WHPRMS) is pleased to announce the addition of four members to its board of directors. While the start of 2016 introduces fresh talent to the board, it also means several dedicated board members’ terms […]

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Can you read a nutrition label?

It’s a serious question. Did you know the single strongest predictor of an individual’s health status is literacy skills? It’s no doubt that health literacy affects positive outcomes for patients. Low health literacy causes poorer health knowledge, higher mortality, and increased hospital use, emergency visits and health care costs. In fact, one-third of all adults […]

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