Health awarness days are a big event in every medical charity's social media calendar. Here's a few examples of great content from some of the top medical research charities.
The research pages on your charity’s website are a place for your work to shine. I've gathered ideas from some of the top medical research charities, which will help your visitors find what they're looking for, and leave feeling inspired and excited about the research you fund.
The period around Christmas and New Year’s Eve is a time for reflection on the past year. It's a great opportunity to share your charity's achievements with your supporters. Here's a few ideas for how other charities have shouted celebrated the end of the year in style.
People are always hungry to hear about the latest breakthroughs in treatment, diagnosis, and care. Scientific and medical conferences are often where these are made public for the very first time. Social media – and Twitter in particular – is a great way to share the very latest developments from conferences with the people who … Continue reading How to live-tweet a science conference
In this blog I share a few examples of how charities have showcased their achievements in a clear and engaging way - and used it to talk about the future as well as the past.
As charities we always like to talk about our successes. But sometimes talking about failures is unavoidable. Here's a few ideas for how to do that and still keep you head held high.
Want some new ideas for how help colleagues learn about your charity's work? Read more to learn about how and why you could freshen up your training (...without a PowerPoint slide in sight).
In this blog, I share a few great ideas for making research project summary pages looking tip-top – leaving your audience eager to learn more about life-changing work you do.
There’s a captive audience of people who want to talk about what they’ve seen on the box. Here's five ways that charities can be a part of that conversation.