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Effective communication is a difficult, yet essential public health tool, especially during a crisis situation.  The websites below contain information on health communication strategies for different real-world scenarios.


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Health Marketing

The CDC Health Marketing division works to protect and promote global public health by collaborating with international partners to integrate customer-centered, science-based health marketing strategies into health communication and education programs.

Coalition of Health Communication

The Coalition is an inter-organizational task force whose mission is to strengthen the identity and advance the field of health communication.

Communication at the Core of Effective Public Health

This document focuses on how public health communication will take shape in the coming years.

Communication in a Crisis: Risk Communications Guidelines for Public Officials

This guide published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services details how to properly communicate in a crisis situation.

Evaluation Design for Public Health Communication Programs

This document describes methods of evaluating public health communication programs.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Public Health Communications

The U.S. DHHS website talks about how to assist the general population regarding the federal government's efforts during a public health emergency.

World Health Organization - Risk Communication

The WHO Risk Communication website briefly describes how to effectively communication during a food-borne outbreak.

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