Author Archives: amandacomms1

Crisis, communication and Covid-19

But it does surprise me that when asked about what they expect to be focused on in the times ahead we resort back to PR campaigns. Continue reading

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12 lessons from 12 years of Twitter

Don’t post in anger, frustration or too quickly. I stay off social media when I am in a negative mindset as it will always end badly. Continue reading

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Humanity in disaster response: book review and interview with author

“Writing this book has been a learning experience combined with an emotional toll as I have dived into a large number of disasters and scrutinized their aftermath.”
Kjell Brataas Continue reading

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Walk in the same footsteps

Whether it is double standards or not, the fact that it appears this way is incredibly damaging. Continue reading

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Releasing control: what can we learn from the Netherlands

“Here people’s responses have ranged from those who have been too afraid to go out and have really locked down, to those who have almost refused to wear masks.” Suzy Giles Continue reading

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What is it that you do?

Another programme and another vague and dismissive definition of PR. I was channel hopping the other day when Come Dine with Me caught my eye. (Don’t judge me for that!) On it was a woman who was said to work … Continue reading

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Involving the people: a Norwegian perspective on introducing healthcare IT projects

“Involvement is the most important thing that we have done,” Sigrun Berge Engen Continue reading

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Uncovering the covered

Moving forward and into a possible recovery from Covid-19 should not be about a ‘return to normal’ or going backwards. Continue reading

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When the matter is not closed

It has been an interesting couple of days. After photographs of Matt Hancock kissing an aide surfaced shortly followed by video of the same you can see the reputations crisis developing. The fury from the public was focused not on … Continue reading

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On the breeze

Walking towards home I could feel the warmth of the sun cooled by the gentle breeze. I had just put my old horse to bed after watching him enjoy some time relaxing in the paddock. Waiting for me at home … Continue reading

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