Creating an Enabling, Inclusive Environment for People Living with Deafness & Hearing Impairment in the Workplace

This week Deaf Awareness Week focuses on the theme of ‘inclusion’, highlighting the impact of hearing loss on everyday life and increasing visibility and inclusion of Deaf people, especially [...]

The Future is Public Health, That’s Why We Talk About It

This National Public Health Week, we’re celebrating the public health workforce and their invaluable contributions to securing a healthier present and future for our communities. Entering the [...]

Celebrating Neurodiversity – Challenging Misconceptions and Stigma

“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment” – Ralph Waldo Emerson I am proud to say I have ADHD. It is what drives my [...]

5 Things Health Communicators Need to Know About Cultural Humility – A Q&A with Members of JPA Health

Health equity has become a growing priority over the past 18 months in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. As more people seek to consider health equity in all aspects of their work, it will be [...]

Extending Gratitude to Our Clients and Our Team

It has been a big year for JPA and we could not have achieved all this without our team and our clients.

It’s Okay to Not Be Okay

And it doesn’t matter how old you are, where you live, your race or ethnicity or even your profession. It’s clear we are all experiencing a toll on our mental wellbeing.

Everything You Need to Know About JPA Health’s Public Health Practice

At JPA Health, we believe in the power of evidence-based, audience-centric and culturally appropriate communications to improve population health and promote health equity.

A Letter to the Optimists

Full disclosure: I am an optimist. I’m always looking for that silver lining and the bright side of a situation. Throughout the emotional turmoil and frustrations of the last year, I have forced [...]

A New Congress and A New President: What to Expect

What happens when you take four policy and public affairs professionals from two different parties and ask them what they think the health policy agenda looks like following the 2020 elections? [...]

Maybe Doctors will Save Us

As the United States is trying to heal from a divisive election and a surging pandemic, O’Dwyer’s republished our recent article, “Maybe Doctors Will Save Us” from its magazine. The timing could [...]

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