This four-part, no-cost online training series will cover the fundamentals of effective and persuasive public health communication in the context of vector-borne disease prevention.
This course is led by Dr. Amelia Greiner Safi of the Cornell Master of Public Health Program & Department of Communication.
Sessions will be held every other Wednesday from 12:00-1:30pm EST.
March 24 - Strategic Public Health Communication for Vector-Borne Disease Prevention
April 7 - Using Theory to Understand Your Audience and Develop Strategy
April 21 - Applying Key Concepts: Designing Effective and Accessible Communication-Based Interventions
May 5 - Case Studies: Communication Campaigns in the Northeast
All registrants will be asked to complete a brief informational survey. Responses will be used to tailor the seminar topics to participant needs and experiences.