Sarah Morgan

Healthcare Geek.
Professional Communicator.

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Another silly quiz…

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A Post a Day in August (APADIA?)

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The Gauntlet

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Fall in Love in 37 Easy Steps

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Weekly Roundup: “If you listen, you can hear it.”

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"Keep the Promise."

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45 From 05: A 2005/2006 Retrospective

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What’s YOUR Problem?

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I Don’t Feel That I Need to Explain My Art to You, Warren.

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Avast!

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Oooooh, fun.

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Would you survive a slasher flick?

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What’s It’s Happy Bunny?

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I went to the other side of the continent…

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About Sarah

Sarah Morgan has been writing in the pharmaceutical industry since 1997. A freelance writer and marketing communications consultant, her previous positions include managing global compliance communications for Merck, serving as Director of Client Services for MCS Healthcare Public Relations, and managing internal communications for Janssen.

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What My Clients Say

As we say in French, she is able to rise ‘au-dessus de la mélée’ to be able to make wise strategic decisions.

Louis DeLage, theheart.org