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Christine Senke


My Daunting Digital Detox

By On July 29, 2016

Two weeks ago, I vowed that I would go on vacation and totally cut the cord on every device I owned.… Read More

Health Communication

PillPack Prevents Medication Errors with Smart Solution

By On June 17, 2016

Launched in 2014 as a start up, PillPack is a full-service pharmacy that personalizes medication management by organizing all of your pills into packs by time and date. … Read More

Social Media

Protecting Your Health Information on Social Media

By On May 20, 2016

In the age of constant information sharing, it’s important to remember what you can share on social media and what you should keep completely private. … Read More

Anti-Texting and Driving

Distracted Drivers Are Health Communicators Toughest Audience, Yet

By On May 2, 2016

Last year, there were more than 45,000 distracted driving crashes in Florida, resulting in more than 200 deaths and more than 39,000 injuries.… Read More


New Facebook Features Helpful for Health Communicators

By On April 15, 2016

This week during F8, Facebook’s annual global developer conference held in San Francisco, Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveiled a slew of new products and features in front of hundreds of delighted… Read More

Cane Flu

Fighting Back with Cane Fu

By On March 16, 2016

Using an object someone already owns and is likely to have on hand in moments of a potential attack makes Cane Fu classes tangible and appealing.… Read More


“Concussion” Movie Tackles Important Issues

By On February 15, 2016

Based on a true story, Concussion features Will Smith as Dr. Bennet Omalu, the forensic pathologist who discovers the debilitating effect of constant severe blows to the brains of NFL players.… Read More

Health Care Marketing

Health Gadgets Continue to Stand Out at CES 2016

By On January 22, 2016

Last week at CES, the annual global consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow, we learned of lots of new gadgets that will improve lives and further advance the field of health and… Read More

Gun Safety

Active Shooter Planning Can Put Staff at Ease

By On December 18, 2015

In a 2011 health and safety survey of more than 4,600 nurses, ANA found 11 percent of respondents had been physically assaulted in the previous 12 months, while just more than 50… Read More

Health & Wellness

Seasonal Health Topics Are Not One-Size-Fits-All

By On November 12, 2015

Yesterday, the high temperature in Miami was a whopping 90 degrees. Just because the rest of the country gets to experience normal seasons, it would be irresponsible to not communicate pertinent health… Read More