Programs

Communication

Strategic Communication in Public Health (SI 19)

On Campus 20 Hours June 11-13, 2019 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.

Engage and Inspire Your Audience with Story Maps - Online (SI 19)

Live Online 8 Hours June 10, 2019 Registration Closed
Taught By
T. Scott Troppy, MPH, PMP, CIC, Surveillance Epidemiologist

Tell the story of your data with a Story Map — a user friendly web application where you can combine your data and maps with narrative text, images, and multimedia content.

Summer Leadership Institute for School and Public Health Nurses (SI 19)

On Campus 20 Hours June 3-5, 2019 Registration Closed

Anticipated topics include: developing your leadership strengths, communicating for impact, and community assessments.

Online Fundraising Bootcamp for Public Health Programs and Non-Profits (SI 19)

On Campus 20 Hours June 17-19, 2019 Registration Closed
Taught By
Sera Bonds, MPH, Founder/CEO, Circle of Health International

The future of fundraising is on the Internet.

Enhancing the Impact of Your Research with More Effective Data Visualization (SI 19)

On Campus 8 Hours June 13, 2019 Registration Closed
Taught By
Lisa Sullivan, PhD, Associate Dean for Education, Professor of Biostatistics, BUSPH

Clearly written text and well-designed tables and figures enhance understanding; poorly written text and poorly designed tables and figures create confusion.

Engage and Inspire Your Audience with Story Maps (SI 19)

On Campus 20 Hours June 17-19, 2019 Registration Closed
Taught By
T. Scott Troppy, MPH, PMP, CIC, Surveillance Epidemiologist

Tell the story of your data with a Story Map—a user friendly web app where you can combine your data and maps with narrative text, images, and multimedia content. Whether you’re a student, instructor or aspiring researcher, you can use these story maps to investigate pertinent issues in public health, disease surveillance, chronic illness, political geography, public safety, or other areas of interest.