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Training Connects Social Media and Public Health Agencies

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Social Media Guide for Local Public Health Agencies

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From the 27 July 2011 Public Health Hub posting by Allision Kline

How are social media and Public Health related? How can we use social media to spread Public Health messages? We addressed these questions on July 26 at our Social Media Training seminar for our local public health partners. The training was created with the following four goals in mind:

  • Provide practical training on use and management of social media tools
  • Connect Social Media and Public Health
  • Connect with other Local Public Health Agencies (LPHAs)
  • Provide attendees with quality outside sources for social media information

To learn more about the connection between social media and Public Health, as well as how social media can help spread public health messages see the powerpoint and video from our training posted below, or view and download Creating and Connecting with an Online Community: A Social Media Guide for Local Public Health Agencies (above).

 

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Related Resource
Public Health 2.0 – PowerPoint Presentation

These 106 slides include
  • A variety (with examples) of Web 2.0 technologies and their potential uses and applications in public health (as blogs, wikis, collaborative writing [as GoogleDocs], user reviews, GIS (as Health Map), microblogs (as Twitter), photo/video sharing, social bookmarking, social networking, professional networking,  virtual worlds
  • Privacy, security and other concerns with Web 2.0
  • Health literacy and health site evaluation

Public Health 2.0 – PowerPoint Presentation 

July 28, 2011 - Posted by | Public Health | ,

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