"Health Literacy 2015: Using #SocialMedia to #Communicate Health Literate Messages"
Using of a range of social media tools to communicate health literate messages for different populations and evaluate the effectiveness of social media campaigns
If you are employed at a state, tribal, local, or territorial public health department or agency, you can play an important role in helping to further advance the role of health literacy in addressing public health issues.
This effort will help inform a background paper being prepared for the Institute of Medicine’s Roundtable on Health Literacy.
Please take just a few minutes of your time and go to: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YVSVCFP - there, you will find a brief set of questions that will help us better understand how public health agencies are working to address health literacy.
Please also feel free to forward this invitation to your professional network of individuals who are employed at state, tribal, local or territorial public health agencies in the United States.
Your assistance is critically important!
If your answer to that question is yes, we need your assistance.
We are currently investigating the role of health literacy in state, tribal, local, or territorial public health agencies. Currently, we are limiting this effort to U.S. based public health organizations only.
If you are employed at a state, tribal, local, or territorial public health department or agency that fits that description, you can play an important role in helping to further advance health literacy.
Please take just a few minutes of your time and go to:
There, you will find a brief set of questions that will help us better understand how public health agencies are working to address health literacy.
Please also feel free to forward this to your professional network of other individuals who are employed at state, tribal, local or territorial public health agencies in the United States.
- North Carolina State UniversityPh.D. Sociology, 2003 - 2013
- Appalachian State UniversityBS - Anthropology/Criminal Justice, 1994 - 1998
- Temple UniversityCriminal Justice, 2002 - 2003
- Appalachian State UniversityMASS - Sociology/Criminal Justice, 1999 - 2000
- Michigan State UniversityPostdoctoral Research Associate, present
- North Carolina State UniversityAssistant Director of Research, 2014
- North Carolina State UniversityGradaute Student
- North Carolina Rural Economic Development CenterSenior Associate for Research
- North Carolina Department of Commerce
- Wake County Public Schools
- Temple University
- Appalachian State University
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