JSI @ NCHCMM 2018
On September 11 – 13, JSI staff highlighted our work in social marketing and strategic health communications at the National Health Conference on Health Communications, Marketing, and Media in Atlanta, GA.
At the conference, JSI staff were honored to receive the Gold Award in the 2018 Berreth Awards for our New Hampshire youth binge-drinking prevention campaign, “Binge-Free 603: What’s Your Reason?” The award reflects excellence in public health communication and is sponsored by the National Public Health Information Coalition (NPHIC).
Click the links below to download our presentations.
Going Live to Reach Your Audience – Jessica Holli, MS – HIV.gov
Digital Tools to Recruit Youth – Jessica Holli, MS – Vermont Down and Dirty Campaign Evaluation
Wisconsin, We Need to Talk: Lessons Learned in Creating Awareness, Prevention, and Action – Karyn Madore, M.Ed, CCPH – WI Youth Sex Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Campaign
BingeFree603 – Christin D’Ovidio, MFA, CCPH – New Hampshire Binge Drinking Prevention Campaign
Setting Them up for Failure: Why Parents Struggle to Adhere to Infant Safe Sleep Guidelines – Christin D’Ovidio, MFA, CCPH – Vermont Infant Safe Sleep Campaign
Infant Safety OR Sleep? Parents and Professionals Struggle with ‘Sleep’ in Safe Sleep Practices – Angel Bourgoin, PhD – Vermont Infant Safe Sleep Campaign