Trauma-Informed Health Communications Training for Community Leaders — Johns Hopkins University
Session #1 improved participants’ cultural competency and ability to communicate with low-income communities of color, by learning how to provide them with life-saving health information in a way that is effective and culturally-relevant.
Session #2 provided participants with a deeper understanding of the importance of community mobilization and how community-based organizations, non-profits and community opinion leaders can be an effective public health communications channel that competes with traditional media.
Session #3 explored MEE’s “by-and-for” philosophy for developing public health communications and provided participants with an overview of MEE’s audience research approach, which incorporates data-gathering and communications research as the foundation for every major behavioral health intervention.
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