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Developing a Comprehensive Digital Communications Strategy for Washington, DC’s African American Women

the women's collective

Today we share the seventh story from the new media planning projects funded in summer 2013. To read earlier posts in this series, click here: The Women’s Collective (TWC) is a community health and human service agency in Washington, D.C., providing direct services and advocacy for the health and human rights of girls and women…

Tips for Producing Online Videos

linda lawson

Every day, millions of videos are uploaded to the internet to inform, teach and entertain. In 2005, when YouTube launched, I personally did not immediately grasp its significance. Fast forward to 2014 where there is hardly anyone who uses the internet that has not clicked on a video link. Today, video is a vital part…

Mobile Safety for Memorial Day Weekend

Miguel with Phones

On Wednesday, I was listening to the news as I got ready for work, and I learned that, according to the National Coalition for Safer Roads , Memorial Day weekend is the peak time for motorists to be caught running red lights. It’s very easy to get distracted when we are behind the wheel. As the Director…

Using Technology to Support HIV Testing and Medication Adherence: Lessons from Oregon

oregon health reminders

For people who engage in ongoing risk behaviors, knowing your status means testing regularly. And for people living with HIV, keeping the virus under control means taking medications every day. We all want to be healthy, but remembering and following a health routine can be a challenge. That’s why the Oregon Health Authority partnered with YTH…

Register Today! AIDS.gov Director Shares His Experience Evaluating New Media

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Join AIDS.gov and leaders from the Canadian and UK government service for a webinar discussion on evaluating government communications on Thursday, May 15, 2014 from 11:00 a.m. to noon (EDT). Register here to attend this free event. Around the world, government communicators are facing a rapidly changing media landscape with new opportunities and new challenges….

3 Takeaways from our Black Voices Blog Series

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From the beginning of the AIDS.gov blog, we found that encouraging conversations is the best way to ensure that we are connecting with our readers. By joining our “voice” with the voices of those we are working to reach and serve, we work together to increase access to HIV/AIDS information. Our conversations have yielded important…

Three Steps Towards Twitter Engagement as a Healthcare Professional Part II

Alisa M. Hughley, MPH

Author’s Note: Last week, I blogged on 4 Things I learned about MDs of Color on Twitter. I recently interviewed some physicians to learn how they use Twitter in their professional lives and gained a wealth of information from both last week’s post and from the information I have shared here. Health care providers of…

A Powerful Minute: Effective Videos

video capture 1 is 2 many

During our AIDS.gov new media school session today, we discussed the effective use of video in public health communications and viewed a new video produced by the White House as part of the 1 is 2 Many campaign to end violence and sexual assault against women. Our discussion ties back to yesterday’s Black Voices blog post where Ken Williams shared how video has become an…