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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Health Policy Fellows program provides the nation’s most comprehensive learning experience at the nexus of health, science, and policy in Washington, D.C. Read more
Andy Gilman states: Lie Low: If Subway can keep an arm’s length from Jared’s behavior, I’d do little or nothing in terms of communications,” Gilman says. “The issue will be if Jared’s actions [can be linked] to the company…If there was knowledge at Subway of his actions…they have a problem..If not, the average consumer will not go to Quiznos instead of Subway.” Still, I’d leave no stone unturned, so Subway can be sure nobody had knowledge [of Jared’s activities]. Read more
In honor of CommCore’s 30th Anniversary, we invite you take this brief survey that explores the past and future of media and crisis coaching. Your responses are important in seeing how our training has affected your view of the media and your preparedness in certain situations.Read more
How popular would sushi be if its menu description was “cold, dead fish”?
The challenge in message development, especially for an issue or product that you see all the time, is to make it interesting and memorable. Read more