Minnesota Health Strategy & Communications Network

Networking Event: April 9 at U of M Public Health Film Series

Join us for an evening of networking and a new film on childhood immunization. Invisible Threat, a 2014 documentary, provides a timely look at the immunization controversy.

9407194_origThe recent measles outbreak has renewed the debate over child vaccinations. Invisible Threat, a 2014 documentary made by an award-winning group of California high school students, provides a balanced look at this controversial issue.

Plan to attend this free event with a 40-minute film, panel discussion and an evening of networking. Register here. 

Mayo Memorial Auditorium, U of M East Bank 
5 p.m. | Reception and Informational Fair - MHSCN members: be sure to stop by our booth to pick up your complimentary drink ticket.
5:45 p.m. | Screening of “Invisible Threat” 
6:30 p.m. | Panel discussion 

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Inspired Voices | 2015 Spring Conference

 

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Join us on Thursday, April 30, for the Minnesota Health Strategy and Communications Network’s Spring Conference at the University of St. Thomas – Minneapolis campus. Join us for networking, content strategy tips and a keynote on how to attract Millennials in the changing times of healthcare. Register now and save with early bird costs.

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Jumping in to personal branding

Tracy Wiese

Did they dip their toes in the water? Nah. It was more like a largegroup cannonball.

To explain, I was asked by MHSCN to facilitate a session during the February networking event called “Brand New Year, Brand You.” Brand and strategy are what we do at 3.2.1, and we love to facilitate sessions around values development and culture. I was honored to accept. I was also nervous I accepted. Continue Reading …