Using New Media and Social Media to Enhance the Work of Health Organizations: A Training Series for Bay Area Health Care and Public Health Professionals

Using New Media and Social Media to Enhance the Work of Health Organizations: A Training Series for Bay Area Health Care and Public Health Professionals

The Center for Health Leadership (CHL) is excited to announce its 21st Century New Media Training Series!

As new media tools become increasingly important for public health education, advocacy, and promotion, the UC Berkeley Center for Health Leadership is implementing a New Media Trainings Series for California health professionals.  By providing opportunities for health professionals to learn how to strategically use new media for public health practice and health care, the CHL seeks to build the new media literacy of the health workforce and provide tools for leaders to communicate with and engage diverse communities.  The series of new media and social media trainings will provide public health/health care professionals and leaders with the new media knowledge and skills they need to advance their missions and support their work to improve the health of communities in California.

Individuals from organizations will be able to learn enough to share what they learned with others in their organizations, and then work with others to develop a plan to implement the tools and strategies they have gained.

These trainings are designed for people with a range of knowledge and skills who are open to participating in a learning community, sharing their expertise and experience, and engaging in active learning.

 

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