This is the fourth entry in a series of blog posts covering all aspects of managing the media during a healthcare crisis. Being prepared to handle the media during a crisis is an essential aspect of successful management. In this series we have covered: The initial response and disaster planning. Crisis communications. Selecting and training Continue Reading »
Written on January 16, 2013 at 5:45 pm, by Michelle Foster Earle, Guest Blogger
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