Detonation of an Improvised Nuclear Device

National Center for Environmental Health: Radiation Studies Branch. (2011). Detonation of an Improvised Nuclear Device.
This social media message planning resource summarizes the findings of the Nuclear Detonation Response Communications Working Group during their analysis of messaging and communication in the aftermath of a nuclear incident. In their study, six 90-minute focus groups analyzed an array of different messaging examples for relevance, comprehensibility, and credibility. Results gathered highlight the effectiveness of the messaging and provide useful lessons learned and best practices for future communications initiatives.
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