The Importance of Journalism to Public Health: 10 Years After SARS How Are We Doing?

If a health scare manifested itself in the world and there were no journalists to cover the story, what would

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The Know-Do Gap in Knowledge Translation Human Resources

Health content needs systems in place to do support its integration into practice. These are human systems and those are built on relationships. We are starting to pay more attention to the way in which content is created now it is time to pay as much attention to how it is translated in real human terms and create the same kinds of supports for people that we try to do for content.

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Social Media / Social Activism Redux: Can we Learn from Behaviour Change Theories?

The revolution most likely will be Tweeted, but whether that is the cause or the consequence is why research on social media and social activism is needed. Otherwise, we will wind up with another chicken and egg problem.

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Social Marketing/ Social Media Blowback And eHealth Communication Etiquette

An increase in well-intentioned health and education groups are violating the etiquette of social media by sending unsolicited emails to people and the blowback that comes from that might be enough to derail the good health communication messages to come.

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