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JSI Health Communications Work Featured at NCHCMM
September 7, 2018
Effective communication strategies are critical to a successful public health program. From social marketing campaigns on infant sleep safety to reducing binge drinking and tobacco use to sex trafficking prevention and awareness, JSI’s health communication projects combine our public health experience with proven communication approaches that inform, educate, and motivate people to adopt healthy behaviors.
The National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing and Media will take place in Atlanta, GA on September 11–13. This annual conference highlights emerging trends, explores innovative communications tools and technologies, and shares health communication and marketing discoveries to effectively reach diverse populations and promote the reduction of health disparities.
If you’re attending the conference, stop by booth #109 to discuss our targeted approaches for assisting public health organizations to address challenging health issues. Join us in one of our sessions to learn about how we build the capacity of our clients to communicate more effectively with the people they serve and to meet their goals. For those not attending but interested in learning more, check out our portfolio of health communications projects and contact us.
Tuesday, September 11, 3:45–5:15 PM
- Going “Live” to Reach Your Audience (HIV.gov), Jessica Holli
Thursday, September 13, 8–9:30 AM
- Strategies for Leveraging Digital Tools to Recruit Youth (Down and Dirty Campaign Evaluation), Jessica Holli
- Infant Safety or Sleep? Parents and Professionals Struggle with “Sleep” in Safe Sleep Practices, Vermont Infant Safe Sleep Campaign, Christin D'Ovidio
Wednesday, September 12
- BingeFree 603: A Binge Drinking Prevention Campaign, Christin D’Ovidio
- Wisconsin, We Need to Talk: Lessons Learned in Creating Awareness, Prevention, and Action Around Youth Sex Trafficking, Karyn Madore
- Setting Them Up For Failure: Why Parents Struggle to Adhere to Infant Safe Sleep Guidelines, Vermont Infant Safe Sleep Campaign, Angel Bourgoin