Effective Strategies for Health Communication
The healthcare industry is being dramatically transformed. Governments, private companies, and non-profit health organizations operating nationally and internationally are facing important challenges and opportunities. Changing demographics in the region and changing patterns in media consumption habits mean that health campaigns and health communications needs to be rethought in ways in which they consider the transformation of public opinion and the media technologies in general.
Part 1: Social Marketing for Health Communication
Social marketing is a central behavior change strategy utilized worldwide. This workshop will provide an overview of the basic principles, practices, and outcomes in social marketing. Students will understand how social marketing can be applied to various public health issues, as they explore innovative approaches to social marketing.
Part 2: Brand Positioning and Stakeholder Engagement in Health Communications
This session will explore how effective marketing and social media campaigns shape and define health behaviors and how interactions with stakeholders is a crucial development for effective communication strategies for health organizations and other institutions.
Part 3: Communicatig Wellbeing to Society: Strategies for Preventative Helth Communication
Prevention rather than treatment is the future of healthcare. What types of actions and policies need to be put in place to make sure that people change their lifestyle? In this session, participants explore a variety of tools that allow organizations, institutions, and policy makers to develop effective communications strategies toachieve success in this field.