Why mental health needs PR treatment

At the start of Mental Health Awareness Week, OCD-diagnosed public relations practitioner and founder of the Quiet Club community Claudia Barnett discusses how mental health needs the PR treatment.

You need to get visual storytelling, and fast

PRs and marketers have been utilising social media and wielding considerable digital influence for years now, says Mike Bandar. But there’s an aspect of this evolution that PR practitioners may not have originally considered – the importance of visual communication.

Engineering better communication

Manali Sarpatwar explains her gear change from studying mechanical engineering to studying public relations. It’s about communicating a love of machines.

How PR has changed in 25 years

Twenty-five years ago, in 1992, the European Union was founded with the signing of the Maastricht treaty and Freddie Mercury gave his last live performance at the opening ceremony of the Barcelona Olympics. The Leeds Met/Beckett PR degree course also started that year. PR student Kelly Scotney lists what’s changed since.

Living with ADHD

People with ADHD can bring energy, enthusiasm and new perspectives to your team. Jack Moorcroft explains the condition and discusses how employers and lecturers get the most out of his fellow sufferers.