3242.0 Innovation in Health Communication Programs

Monday, October 27, 2008: 12:30 PM
This session will highlight original approaches to the study of public health issues including hydration and cardiovascular health. Presenters will also cover topics ranging from educating youth through various media and effective messages on disease prevention.
Session Objectives: 1. Learn about existing public health campaigns and the creative ways in which to re-examine them 2. Learn how to design and implement more effective public health campaigns

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What's your color? Hydration made clear
Meghan Capp, MPH and Andrea Deen-Hampton, MPH
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Developing effective sexual violence referral information for youth: The P-process in action
Deborah A. Fry, MA, MPH, Mónica G. Paz, MA, Tamara Pollak, RN, MPH, Daisy Deomampo, MA and Harriet Lessel, LCSW
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Audience-Centered Communications Addressing Pandemic Influenza Preparedness
Sally Crelia, MPH, Matthew Sones, MS, MPH, Monica B. Scales, PhD, Clarice Conley and Melanie Cook
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Public health information sources used during an illness outbreak, Rhode Island, 2007
Heather Hastings, MPH, Krista Kornylo, MPH, Sara E. Luckhaupt, MD, MPH, David Hunter, MPH, MSW, Paul Edelson, MD and Amanda M. McWhorter, MPH
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Tailoring Pandemic Influenza Communications for the Business Sector
Matthew Sones, MS, MPH, Sally Crelia, MPH and Eric Resultan

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.

Organized by: Public Health Education and Health Promotion
Endorsed by: Food and Nutrition