HCNW 2023 Fall Conference-Save the Date
Save the date for the Annual HCNW Conference on November 3rd, 2023 at the historic Fort Vancouver in beautiful Vancouver, Washington!
🗓️ Mark your calendars and get ready for an enriching day of insights, innovation, and networking in the healthcare communications industry.
🌐 Connect with leading experts, trendsetters, and thought leaders in healthcare communications from the Pacific Northwest. Gain valuable knowledge and perspectives on the latest trends, strategies, and best practices in our rapidly evolving digital landscape.
🤝 Network with professionals who share your passion for improving healthcare communication. Forge meaningful connections, exchange ideas, and collaborate on potential projects that can make a lasting impact.
📅 Date: November 3rd, 2023
🏢 Venue: Fort Vancouver, Vancouver, Washington
🎙️ Speakers: You?
Submit your presentation proposals here —-> https://lnkd.in/gxCpSKSH
Let’s revolutionize healthcare communication together. More information coming soon!
HCNW 2022 Fall Conference Recap
Healthcare Communicators Northwest thanks everyone who joined us at historic Fort Vancouver on Nov. 4, 2022 for HCNW’s Creating Pathways Forward Conference, our first foray into live events since the start of the pandemic! After a prolonged break, our audience was enormously engaged, both in-person and online. We couldn’t be more proud to convene our community of professional healthcare communicators and advocates. Check out the conference recap here.
HCNW 2020 Fall Conference
HCNW is seeking speakers to share their insights on best practices and innovation in healthcare communications and marketing at its next annual conference set for Friday, Nov. 13, 2020 in Portland. Let us know if you have someone in mind who’d be a great speaker.
More details to come!
HCNW 2019 Fall Conference Recap
HCNW’s annual fall 2019 Relationships & Reputation conference delivered high level insights to a sold-out audience. Keynote speakers Oregon Health Authority Director Pat Allen and Communications Director Robb Cowie provided lessons learned over the last couple years on managing issues and reputation as the agency worked to revitalize internal morale, stakeholder relationships, and its image.
OHSU also gave an inside look at their new internal communications platform, plus local journalists talked about on how to build relationships with the press and pitch stories. Other speakers included content curation and story telling experts with PeaceHealth, Vancouver Clinic, and the American Heart Association.
Check out the full speaker lineup and access presentations here.