I had a great time facilitating sessions on web and emerging technology for fellow grantees at the NIEHS Partnerships for Environmental Public Health (PEPH) meeting in Bethesda last week. The big hurdle when it comes to social media is getting center investigators and staff on board and committed. We need to be thinking differently about [...]
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Let’s just say I listen to this video often! Community engagement work is heightened by our own ability to connect authentically with our audiences.
Incorporating social media effectively in public health communication is critical. This presentation is well designed in stages, just like a course could be for students. Public Health 2.0 – PowerPoint Presentation View more presentations from Medresearch