Saving Lives and Changing Systems: Why Communication is Critical in Public Health

September 29, 2015 at 11:11 am Leave a comment

The third seminar in the CEMCH/PRC Fall 2015 Communication Seminar Series is tomorrow!

Wednesday, September 30
12:00 noon
Saving Lives and Changing Systems: Why Communication is Critical in Public Health
1440 Canal Street (Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Tidewater building)
Room 1206
*Free and open to the public*

Health Comm 3Led by Naomi Englar, Communications & Dissemination Coordinator for both the Tulane PRC and Tulane CEMCH, this seminar will illustrate the value of communication in public health for creating change on a systems level. Participants will learn the steps and challenges to incorporating communication and dissemination into research and evaluation projects, fundamental communication methods in public health, and real-world examples of communication strategies used to disseminate research to local and state decision makers.

Questions? Contact John Marmion at imarmion@tulane.edu or 504-288-2090.

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