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Health Communication Technical Assistance

 

Health Communications Technical Assistance 

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Our Role

Assist with the launch of the TakeCare campaign. Revise PSAs, develop presentation of survey results, write copy for social media cards, create social media calendar, source content for Twitter calendar, ensure content follows messaging guide, translate and adapt survey for Spanish-language audiences. 

April 2019 – Lupus Awareness

April 2019 – Lupus Awareness

We’ve been busy reaching out to our national network of community health workers and community health representatives in order to find individuals and organizations interested in participating in a pilot course and training to raise awareness about lupus. We were successful! We’re, of course, happy to recruit people but, more than anything, we’re happy to be involved with a project that seeks to raise awareness about this often unknown auto-immune disease.

March 2019 – Participate as Community Leaders in Focus Group

March 2019 – Participate as Community Leaders in Focus Group

We recently connected with fellow health communication colleagues from KYNE who invited us to participate as community leaders in a focus group about one of their new campaigns. It was so much fun being on the participant side of a focus group as we commonly are the facilitators. We loved the interactions and learning about KYNE’s campaign. We look forward to seeing more about it soon!

Communications Coordination & Development

Communications Coordination & Development

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2Gen & 2GO Communications

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Our Role

  • Coordinate and manage photo shoots with 10 awardees across the State of Colorado
  • Interview awardees
  • Write copy and design interactive digital report to highlight the heart of each awardee’s story in order to build awareness for the initiative
  • Design layout “tree” of offices and departments and their work related to 2Gen

Jan 2019 – Curricula Review

January 2019 – Curricula Review

The Community Health Worker/Representative team at Project ECHO regularly produces curricula for global audiences on a variety of health topics. This team is very dedicated to ensuring each one is audience-centered. We helped them to develop a process to review their curricula so that it’s consistent no matter the reviewer and takes into account whether the principles of adult learning have been applied.