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Tuesday, May 07, 20191:30 PM - 3:00 PM

32. Using Communication to Support Public Health Programs – Examples and Lessons Learned
Location: Omni Atlanta Hotel, North Tower, M1, Cottonwood B Room

Communication is one of six key components for effective public health programs. Come hear examples and lessons learned of using earned media, paid/in-kind media, and social/digital media to support state and local public health programs. In addition, speakers and participants will discuss and share in an interactive format.

Session Learning Objectives:
  1. List communication channels and types.
  2. Describe earned media, paid/in-kind media, and social/digital media.
  3. Discuss how one program used communication to support a state or local program.
The following will be presenting:
  • Ann Potempa MPH Public Health Communications Specialist, Alaska Department of Health and Human Services
  • McGee Meredith Senior Project Manager, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  • Katie Funderburk MS, RD SNAP-Ed Nutrition and Evaluation Coordinator, Auburn University
  • Natalie Hampton MPH Interim Director, University of Missouri, Health Communication Research Center
Moderated by:

Lisa Tensuan, BSN, RN, Associate Director, FHI 360

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