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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
National Center for Health Research
What is your industry?
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
We want people to realize that we are friendly but serious a helpful voice you can trust. We are unbiased -- we receive no funding from companies that make medical products so whatever we say is based on research evidence. Straight talk, but easy to understand.
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
We have a somewhat long name and a long tag line ("The voice for prevention, treatment, and policy"). We are open to all logo styles but have included some that we like in our area of work. Since our name doesn't make a pronounceable acronym--NCHR--designing an interesting logo will require creativity.
"Health" and "science" and "research" are frequently illustrated with:
We would like to AVOID these cliched images. Please see attached file with logos we like. We are open to using the letters of our name in a creative, eye-catching way.
We would like to use teal-ish blue (but open to other colors) and AVOID pink.
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
Our web site is www.center4research.org. We are changing our name from National Research Center for Women & Families to National Center for Health Research.
About what we do:
We work to improve the health of adults and children by helping individuals and also by changing national policies. We explain complicated medical information so that people understand what their treatment options are, helping them get the best possible medical care. We work on the national level to reduce dangerous toxins in our home and community environments, thus reducing the risk of developing cancer and other serious diseases. It may be useful for you to know that our major program is the Cancer Prevention and Treatment Fund, and currently that logo is attached below.
In addition to helping individual patients and changing national policies, we also provide useful information to doctors and other health professionals, legislators and other policy makers, and the media about which treatments and policies work and which dont work. We testify before the U.S. Congress, the Food and Drug Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency, as well as state legislators, about programs and policies that need to be changed, and about unsafe medicines and other products that need to be taken off the market and out of our homes and communities. We accept NO funding from drug companies or other sources that could influence our work or compromise our integrity.
Our target audience is anyone and everyone, categorized as patients, consumers, and health care decision-makers: heads of family, caregivers, policy makers, and other watchdog/consumer groups.
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