30th Annual Medical Communications Conference
NAMC Keynote Session:
How Did We Do With the Flu: A Look Back at the Nation’s Response to H1N1 Influenza
Hear how the top immunologists, flu and infectious disease spokespeople think the medical and media communities successfully (or unsuccessfully) dealt with a major national health issue.
Health Communication Achievement Award
Bruce Bonanno, MD President, National Association of Medical Communicators will present Andrew P. Ordon, MD, FACS NAMC’s Annual Health Communication Achievement Award.
Special Session: Health Reform â€” How Visible National Medical Organizations will Engage its Members
Money in Medicine, Sin or Salvation
The free market, which includes most practicing physicians, publicly supported biomedical researchers, and private drug and device companies, has succeeded spectacularly in delivering new medical technologies to the public. Increased interactions between doctors (physicians and biomedical researchers), epitomized by the founding of the biotechnology revolution, have and can continue to accelerate this delivery.
Incorporating Traditional Marketing Theories and Science Based Strategies to Prevention, Health Promotion and Health Protection to Create, Communicate and Deliver Health Information.
In eHealth marketing, we work to develop and market the CDC.gov Web site and interactive media projects to increase the impact of CDC science. Our vision is that people in the United States and throughout the world will live significantly longer, healthier and safer lives as a result of their regular ongoing experiences with interactive, electronic health information and interventions from CDC and the Department of Health and Human Services.