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JSI work is:
- Motivated by our public health mission
- Responsive to our clients and the communities they serve
- Flexible, tailored, and creative
- Combines our deep understanding of public health with formative research methods that engage target populations, inform our communication strategies, and create meaningful experiences
- Crafts social marketing campaigns that educate, motivate, and activate people to adopt healthy behaviors.
- Implements strategic communication approaches that help public health organizations share the latest information and strategies for tackling our nation’s most challenging health issues.
- Builds the capacity of our clients to communicate more effectively with the people they serve and to meet their programmatic goals.
JSI will conduct formative research and develop a social marketing campaign to reduce SIDS in VT.
JSI worked with the Merced County Department of Public Health to develop the All in for Health communication campaign and brand as part of its CDC-funded Partnerships in Community Health project.
The goal of the National Resource Center is to improve access to practical evidence-based and emerging HIV and AIDS prevention resources that build the professional capacity of people who work with youth who are at risk for HIV.
JSI provides support to Healthy Start grantees to ensure program effectiveness in achieving their goals to reduce infant mortality and health disparities, and improve perinatal health outcomes.
JSI developed and manages the Refugee Health Technical Assistance Center (RHTAC) website, enewsletter and webinars. RHTAC provides tools and resources for health and mental health providers to help meet the needs of refugees resettled in the U.S.
JSI manages the AIDS.gov project, which aims to reduce HIV infection, increase testing, and improve early access to care by promoting federal policies and programs through social media channels, including blogs, Twitter, video, and Facebook.