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CJAM enhances online health for EACH

CJ Association Management has given a shot in the arm to the online presence of the European Association for Communication in Healthcare, or EACH, with the launch of a brand new website for the healthcare networking organisation.The website, designed from the ground up by CJAM’s development team, gives international healthcare communications professionals an inviting and engaging online forum for networking with colleagues and sharing and exchanging best practice, ideas and research outcomes.

Christine Joyce, managing director of CJAM, says: “Our team’s experience and strong track record of delivering first-class support services to trade associations and membership organisations in a huge variety of sectors enabled us to develop and go live with this tremendous new website to a short timescale. With our knowledge and background gained during many years working with a broad range of clients, we’re able to offer tailored advice and develop bespoke solutions, whatever your requirements.”

Opportunities to pursue professional development are easier than ever thanks to the site’s comprehensive listing of forthcoming courses and conferences, which can be booked online. Healthcare communications specialists and academics can also buy or renew their EACH membership via the website’s user-friendly shop section.

Visitors to the site can access a wealth of information about EACH’s teaching and research resources as well as a host of publications. Authors can also submit their own resources and publications for inclusion via the website.

A regularly updated news section provides detailed updates about the latest developments in the industry, while a link from the website to the EACH Twitter feed enables industry experts to stay up to date with news from the association as it happens.

Other organisations looking benefit from CJAM’s comprehensive association management support service, including website design and development, should contact the company on 01787 226995


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