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How National Campaigns Can Improve Public Health Messaging Using Modern Technology

Join UCHAPS for our Facebook Live series on how national campaigns can improve public health messaging using modern technology to reach priority populations.

On February 6 at 2 PM, we will chat with Dr. Helen Holton, the Executive Director of National Organization of Black County Officials (NOBCO), to discuss reaching Black women in national public health campaigns with effective messaging through the use of modern technology. 

On February 13 at 2 PM, we will be joined by Earl Fowlkes Jr.; the CEO and President of The Center for Black Equity; the Chair of the Washington, DC Office of Human Rights; and the Chair of the DNC LGBTQ Caucus; to discuss using technology to reach the LGBTQ community. 

March 20 at 2 PM, Greater Than AIDS is a national public information campaign that works with health departments and others to disseminate information about HIV via digital and social media platforms. During this FB Live Session, Trina Scott, Program Manager of Community Partnerships at the Kaiser Family Foundation, which directs Greater Than AIDS, will talk about their public-private partnership model and strategies for reaching those in need with public health messages through digital communication.

On March 27 at 2 PM, we will have Johnathan Lykes, Artistic Director of Black Young and Powerful 100 to share best practices on reaching youth in public health campaigns.

Following each session, participants will be able to:

  • Identify barriers to working collaboratively with community leaders to increase effective messaging for desired populations

  • Create steps to overcome identified barriers and create action plans for effective engagement; and

  • Better understand community needs and expectations of national campaigns.

 Complete the form below to register for this Facebook series.