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Christine Senke

Depression Screening Day

Recognizing National Depression Screening Day

By On October 8, 2015

Today marks the 25th year of National Depression Screening Day (NDSD), an effort to reach people across the country with needed mental health education and connect them with support services.… Read More

Health Care Advertising

The “Internet of Things” Isn’t End-All in Health

By On September 24, 2015

Mobile ad spend is going to overtake newspapers in 2016 and TV advertising will finally be outdone by Internet advertising in 2018. … Read More


Researchers Look to Understand Specific LGBTQ Health Needs in New Study

By On September 4, 2015

Led by Juno Obedin-Maliver, MD, MPH and Mitchell R. Lunn, MD, the PRIDE Study is the first large-scale, long-term health study of people who identify as LGBTQ or another sexual or gender… Read More

Health Care Marketing

Accessible Web Design Doesn’t Mean Boring

By On August 20, 2015

Websites that are well thought out and designed are crucial for the way your information is presented and the success of the message.… Read More


Many Health Conditions Linked to Chronic Dehydration

By On July 24, 2015

Year round, studies have found that 75% of people living in the United States are failing to meet their recommended hydration needs.… Read More

Social Media

Tips for Successful Live-Tweeting

By On July 2, 2015

Live-tweeting is a staple now at press conferences, lectures or any event that presents information. In a world where everyone is a citizen journalist, this online “note taking” occurs at a rapid… Read More

PR News Digital PR Conference

Digital PR Conference Brings Industry Trends to Center Stage

By On June 18, 2015

I recently had the privilege of attending the PRNews Digital PR Conference in Miami, FL, June 1-3. Although I was there as a speaker, I was eager to hear what my peers… Read More


A Review of Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies

By On April 15, 2015

In five short years since its release, The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer has won a Pulitzer Prize and was described by Time as one of the 100 most… Read More

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Health Communication

Compassionate Health Communications

By On March 26, 2015

“What’s her name?” Robin William’s character boldly states in the 1998 movie on the early career of Dr. Patch Adams. … Read More

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Jobs & Employment

The Health Communicator’s Mission: Nonprofit or Profit?

By On March 12, 2015

When new employment opportunities present themselves, the first considerations that come to mind during the decision-making process typically are compensation, the office’s location or the commute to get there, the culture, and… Read More