The National Public Health Information Coalition’s podcast series, Public Health Speaks, provides information regarding the latest public health topics.
Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic from a Local Public Health Perspective
Check out the new podcast episode featuring local NPHIC member, Meredith Li-Vollmer, Ph.D, a risk communication specialist for Public Health Seattle and King County, Washington. Dr. Vollmer provides insights on responding to the COVID-19 pandemic from a local public health perspective and how polling data from the Harvard Opinion public surveys, helped them develop their communication strategies and rebuild trust.
How Immunization Managers and Public Information Officers can Collaborate to Improve Immunization Policy Outcomes
Olivia Biggs, of the National Public Health Information Coalition, discusses how Immunization Managers and Public Information Officers can Collaborate to Improve Immunization Policy Outcomes, as the pandemic winds down. We’ll hear from Brent Ewig, Chief Policy and Government Relations Officer, who monitors the immunization policy landscape and develops resources to support the Association of Immunization Managers (AIM) members engaging in effective policy development.
The Changing Landscape of Public Health Communication: Moving Forward and Learning from the Pandemic.
Richard Quartarone, a health communicator in the Immunization Services Division at the CDC, joins the show to discuss the changing landscape of public health communication in the pandemic environment. He also addresses the role vaccine demand strategists play in helping to strengthen public health communications and build public trust in our nation’s immunization efforts.
Insights from a Public Health Communications Professional in America’s Heartland
Longtime NPHIC member Phil Rooney joins the show to discuss the unique communication challenges COVID-19 presents in the nation’s heartland. Rooney, a resource specialist with the Douglas County Health Department in Omaha, Nebraska, is also a former news journalist and was most recently awarded the Nebraska Public Relations Society of America’s Professional of the Year Award. Rooney reflects on his years of experience as a professional communicator and shares some important lessons learned in our nation’s pandemic response efforts.
The Evolving Pandemic – A National Perspective on the Effectiveness of Our Public Health Response
Joining me today is Dr. Marcus Plescia, Chief Medical Officer at the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials. Dr. Plescia provides medical leadership and expertise across the agency and helps coordinate ASTHO’s work with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and each of its other affiliated partners.
Public Health Communications Collaborative: Amplifying COVID-19 Public Health Messaging
In this episode, we sit down with an experienced communications strategist to discuss her role in leading an important initiative that brings together key partners in coordinating and amplifying public health messaging on COVID-19.
Director of Strategic Communications and Policy Research
Trust for America’s Health.
Good Standard for Public Health Info
Can’t wait to see this podcast take off. This is sure to be informative, authoritative, and trustworthy.