90TEN Healthcare has earned a total of six nominations for its PR and medical education campaigns ahead of this year's Communique Awards.
The nominations are spread across five categories, and include a nod in the excellence in communication of survey or market research data category for the Ask4Clear campaign, which recently won the best global content prize at the PRWeek Global Awards.
“90TEN Healthcare has picked up six nominations ahead of the 2017 Communique Awards.“
This psoriasis campaign for Novartis was created to show how clear skin can be an attainable goal for psoriasis patients, with rich visual content backed up by the latest research into the impact of the disease.
Elsewhere, the "Shining a light on heart failure management in the UK" and "Challenging the status quo in psoriasis" campaigns - both developed for Novartis, the latter in collaboration with Aurora - were nominated in the excellence in integrated product/brand communications category.
Finally, the PRIME - Making HIV History campaign, a collaboration with 56 Dean Street - picked up three nominations in the engagement through digital channels, patient/consumer health programmes and content management/curation categories.
Carole North, managing director at 90TEN, said: "These shortlisted campaigns demonstrate the incredible passion and dedication of the entire 90TEN team to deliver work that pushes boundaries."
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