Public health interventions don’t just happen without communication. Understanding how to effectively translate your research to populations that need it most is paramount to the strategy.

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Communication Strategies in Public Health (SI 20)

Live Online 18 Hours June 10, June 17, and June 24 Registration Closed
Taught By
Jacey Greece, DSc, MPH, Clinical Associate Professor, Community Health Sciences, BUSPH

Designing communication strategies to support a public health intervention is a multifaceted and complex skill, which requires careful preparation, logical thinking, and creativity, at the same time being based in theory and evidence. There is no recipe to follow, but rather a set of interrelated issues to consider when developing a coherent and workable plan.

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The Power of Geocoding

Practically Speaking | May 9th, 2018

Geographic Information Systems can be a powerful tool for communicating spatially-linked research, but there are a few key things to know before you begin geocoding your data.