Emergency Risk Communication

Li-Vollmer, M. (2013). Emergency Risk Communication. University of Washington, Northwest Center for Public Health Practice.
This 2.5 hour, interactive course teaches health communicators about the following topics: reactions the public might have during a public health emergency, effective communication strategies, how to communicate with the media, how to work with the community, and the importance of developing communication plans before an incident occurs.
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