Join the PubAffairs Network

Established in January 2002, PubAffairs is the premier network and leading resource for the public affairs, government relations, policy and communications industry.

The PubAffairs network numbers over 4,000 members and is free to join. PubAffairs operates a general e-Newsletter, as well as a number of other specific group e-Newsletters which are also available to join by completing our registration form.

The PubAffairs e-Newsletters are used to keep members informed about upcoming PubAffairs events and networking opportunities, job vacancies, public affairs news, training courses, stakeholder events, publications, discount offers and other pieces of useful information related to the public affairs and communications industry.

Join the Network

Too busy preparing for a weekend of oval-ball based sporting action? Catch up on what you might have missed on Twitter here.

  • The King’s Fund has analysed 30 years of data to see how the public’s attitudes to the NHS have changed
  • What would NHS spending look like if we had followed Germany’s lead since the Millennium? @jappleby123 has run the numbers
  • Is medical education based on a redundant model that doesn’t meet the needs of the patients of today?
  • A touching thread on what matters to children at the end of their lives
  • What is the future of eHealth in the EU?
  • Should the NHS learn from the aviation industry in responding to safety issues? @matthewsyed makes a compelling case
  • Teaching AI to read heart scans and four other innovative technologies that could help to improve outcomes for cardiovascular disease from the @theBHF

From the USA:

  • Battlefield technology that can instantly plug a life threatening wound may be on its way to more routine use
  • The spiralling costs of healthcare in the US may take up half of the average social security income of Medicare beneficiaries by 2030
  • Chemotherapy is falling out of favour in the treatment of breast cancer
  • The perverse consequences of insurance policies that refuse to pay out for ‘inappropriate’ ER visits
  • Donald Trump again promised action to tackle the opioid crisis in his State of the Union, but action on the ground has so far been limited

And finally:

  • Ophthalmology has come a long way since 1583