Cultural and linguistic competence in health communication is a must. Public health professionals must ensure that the health information, advice and guidance we provide recognizes and accounts for diversity in culture and language within target audiences. This is true when engaging with communities, cross-sector partners, and fellow professionals.
The Let’s Talk Public Health #HealthComm Toolbox provides free tools and resources for public health students, professionals, organizations, and brands to strategically plan and implement health communication.
Who is Gen Z?
According to Pew Research Center, Gen Z was born from 1997 to 2012, making them (in 2019) 7 to 22 years old. Gen Z makes up 23% of the U.S. population--that’s over 68 million Americans. Almost half (46%) of Gen Zers are racial/ethnic minorities (one in four are Hispanic), making this generation the most diverse yet.
What is The Disaster Diaries of Rhyane Jane?
It’s the first media production of Let’s Talk Public Health, and we’re absolutely and completely excited about it. The Disaster Diaries of Rhyane Jane (DDRJ) is an edutainment web series that includes:
Why do you need to optimize for voice search?
Because, voice assistants and other voice search-enabled mobile applications are available on most electronic devices, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops, smart speakers, smart TVs, wearables and even cars. And by 2020, 30 to 50% of all searches will occur via voice.