Today I had the opportunity to talk with Goldwin McEwen, an award winning communications writer and a developer of communications and public relations strategies. He motivates and organizes groups and has successfully managed both internal and external communications in private for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, government agencies, and academia. Mr. McEwen is currently the CEO of Edit-Write Inc. and Gold Mum Publishing right here in Canada.  He also teaches at MacEwan University.  I was delighted to have the chance to meet up with him to get his insights on the Hyperthinking lecture.

Discover an expert communicator’s main takeaways from my Hyperthinking lecture in our video interview below and learn why he believes Hyperthinking can aid Millennial’s with self-improvement using digital tools.

We have entered into an ‘age of power’ and social media platforms are changing the way the healthcare sector communicates. Nowadays in healthcare communications, social media usage is not so much a trending tool, but a medium that instead represent a global shift in the way people within the sector communicate both internally and externally.











Here in Canada, we have reached the final day of the congregation on digital communications organized by the University of Alberta and MacEwan University. So, to mark the occasion, I took the opportunity share insights at how digital platforms have enabled an age of power by connecting people, empowering both patients and healthcare professionals.

Find out more on the subject based on some of my recent experiences with healthcare communications and the power of social media.

Some of the conversation going on on Twitter…