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Health Communication

Author : Do Kyun Kim
ISBN : 1433118645
Genre : Art
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Promotion of healthy behaviors and prevention of disease are inextricably linked to cultural understandings of health and well-being. This book represents a concrete step in that direction by establishing a strategic framework for guiding global and local health practices

The Handbook Of Global Health Communication

Author : Rafael Obregon
ISBN : 9781118241905
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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International in scope, The Handbook of Global Health Communication offers a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of the role of communication processes in global public health, development and social change Brings together 32 contributions from well-respected scholars and practitioners in the field, addressing a wide range of communication approaches in current global health programs Offers an integrated view that links communication to the strengthening of health services, the involvement of affected communities in shaping health policies and improving care, and the empowerment of citizens in making decisions about health Adopts a broad understanding of communication that goes beyond conventional divisions between informational and participatory approaches

Strategic Urban Health Communication

Author : Charles Okigbo
ISBN : 9781461493358
Genre : Medical
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Strategic Urban Health Communication Charles C. Okigbo, editor People are bombarded with messages continuously and sorting through them constantly. In this milieu, critical ideas about health promotion and illness prevention are forced to compete with distracting, conflicting, even contradictory information. To get vital messages through, communication must be effective, targeted, artful—in a word, strategic. Strategic Urban Health Communication provides a road map for understanding strategy, enhancing strategic planning skills, and implementing strategic communication campaigns. Deftly written chapters link the art and science of strategic planning to world health goals such as reducing health inequities and eradicating diseases. Flexibility is at the heart of these cases, which span developed and developing countries, uses of traditional and digital media, and chronic and acute health challenges. And the contributors ground their dispatches in the larger context of health promotion, giving readers useful examples of thinking globally while working locally. Included in the coverage: Urbanization, population, and health myths: addressing common misconceptions. Integrating HIV/family planning programs: opportunities for strategic communication. The role of sports in strategic health promotion in low-income areas. The Internet as a sex education tool: a case study from Thailand. Advertising and childhood obesity in China. Health communication strategies for sustainable development in a globalized world. Balancing depth of understanding of audiences and methods of reaching them, Strategic Urban Health Communication is a forward-looking resource geared toward professionals and researchers in urban health, global health, and health communication.

Global Public Health Communication

Author : Muhiuddin Haider
ISBN : 0763747769
Genre : Medical
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This Comprehensive, Practical New Book Teaches Important Skills And Techniques To Communicate Public Health Issues Effectively, Including: Health Communication In Emergency Preparedness; The Importance Of Social Marketing Techniques; Public-Private Partnerships; Building Direct Links Between Communication And Health Service Delivery By Way Of Pragmatic Strategies; And Much More.

Communication And Technology

Author : Lorenzo Cantoni
ISBN : 9783110393446
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Countless communication media have been developed throughout the history, ranging from handwriting to movable types press, from telegraph to telephone and radio, from photo to cinema and TV... This volume focuses on the latest (r)evolution, analyzing in detail digital communication technologies and especially the internet. Most recent developments are approached from a theoretical point of view, as well as within different communication contexts.

Meeting Health Information Needs Outside Of Healthcare

Author : Catherine Arnott Smith
ISBN : 9780081002599
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Meeting Health Information Needs Outside of Healthcare addresses the challenges and ethical dilemmas concerning the delivery of health information to the general public in a variety of non-clinical settings, both in-person and via information technology, in settings from public and academic libraries to online communities and traditional and social media channels. Professionals working in a range of fields, including librarianship, computer science and health information technology, journalism, and health communication can be involved in providing consumer health information, or health information targeting laypeople. This volume clearly examines the properties of health information that make it particularly challenging information to provide in diverse settings. Addresses professional challenges and ethical problems of communicating health information to lay people in non-clinical settings Focuses on health information as a challenge for different professionals providing health information in different settings Emphasizes the shared challenges of information practice across different settings as well as those facing professionals in different roles

Exploring The New Era Of Technology Infused Education

Author : Tomei, Lawrence
ISBN : 9781522517108
Genre : Education
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Recent advancements in technology have led to significant improvements and developments within learning environments. When utilized properly, these innovations can serve as a valuable resource for educators and students. Exploring the New Era of Technology-Infused Education is a pivotal reference source for the latest scholarly research on the implementation of emerging technologies in contemporary classroom settings. Highlighting theoretical foundations, empirical case studies, and curriculum development strategies, this book is ideally designed for researchers, practitioners, educators, and academics actively involved in teaching and learning environments.

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