How many health organizations do you follow on social media? Why do you follow them? Are they influencing you to make a change in behavior? If so, what are they doing to make you consider making a behavior change in your personal life?
Part of every public health curriculum is a mandatory health communication course, where we learn best practices for communicating with the public and with other stakeholders. But you know what we don’t often learn in school, how to talk to ourselves.
Helping Public Health Professionals Drive Behavior Change: The Let’s Talk Public Health Communication and Marketing Funnel
Public health professionals have excelled at raising awareness of critical health and social issues, but translating that awareness into concrete action and change is much more challenging. We want to help bridge this gap with the launch of the Let’s Talk Public Health Communication and Marketing Funnel.
How To Talk About Weight in a Non-Stigmatizing Way: 4 Tips For Healthcare and Public Health Professionals
How we think informs how we speak and can inform how we act. Stigmatizing language about weight can perpetuate weight stigma and weight bias and lead to inadequate care. In order to improve how we talk about weight, we have to first understand how we think about weight.
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