Strategic Communication in Public Health
June 11-13, 2019
Designing communication strategies to support a public health intervention is a multifaceted and complex skill, which requires careful preparation, logical thinking, and creativity, at the same time being based in theory and evidence. There is no recipe to follow, but rather a set of interrelated issues to consider when developing a coherent and workable plan.
This program focuses on the development and execution of a planned communications strategy for a public health organization that is responsible for a community-based intervention. The program also features a review of basic theory and research that can inform the health communications process.
PHX provides a 25 percent discount to students, SPH alumni, and BU faculty and staff. We will also offer a 25 percent discount for any resident of upper-middle-income countries, lower-middle-income countries and low-income countries (“LMIC” based on the World Bank Classification).
Individuals registering for more than one paid program at full price will receive a 15 percent discount (use coupon “2ormore”). A 15 percent discount is also offered to organizations sending three or more paid program participants (Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information).
(Please note discounts cannot be combined)