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NAESM 2016: #LIVEIT #BEIT #OWNIT

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The National AIDS Education & Services for Minorities (NAESM) has served the HIV community for almost 25 years–and we wanted to highlight their conference, the National African American Leadership Conference on HIV/AIDS and Other Disparities, which is currently underway in Los Angeles (through January 24). The conference is expected to draw a new generation of…

#SomosSocial: Bilingual Twitter Chats—How to Do Them Effectively

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Editor’s Note: Twitter Chats are a way to engage with your audience members on Twitter, in real-time. On January 5th, AIDS.gov and others participated in a #SaludTues Twitter chat discussing the importance of Latino Americans obtaining health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Looking for more information about Twitter chats? Check out other AIDS.gov blog…

Twitter & AIDS.gov – Continuing to Learn and Share

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In October, we wrote about a noticeable drop in our new followers each month on Twitter, which we discovered as part of our routine monitoring efforts. We were concerned and wanted to understand why this change occurred. We also believe in transparency and sharing as a mechanism to learn, and in that spirit are providing…

#NIHDigital Summit: Optimizing Digital to Reach Patients, Scientists, Clinicians and the Public

Susannah Fox, Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services

Editor’s Note: AIDS.gov recently had the honor of being a part of the Planning Committee for the NIH Digital Summit. Here is 1 of 2 blogs about the event.  On October 19th, NIH brought together nearly 1,500 digital and health experts in person and via webcast. The event featured two keynote speakers and panels that showcased…

Twitter & AIDS.gov – Learning and Assessing

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The Status: Every Friday, AIDS.gov conducts weekly social media monitoring to assess our “social media engagement .” This practice recently alerted us to a change in our Twitter following. Until the end of July 2015, we were gaining an average of 5,000 – 6,000 new followers each month (a number that accounts for followers we lose…

Save the Date: National Latino HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Twitterchat!

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Summary: On October 15, the Domestic Policy Council will host a Twitterchat for #NLAAD, and release a Spanish translation of the updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy. As we announced on Twitter last week , Assistant to the President and Director of the Domestic Policy Council, Cecilia Muñoz , and I will host a Twitterchat this Thursday, October 15, 2015…

Highlights – Pew Research Report: Mobile Messaging and Social Media 2015

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AIDS.gov continually monitors digital research and tools that can improve the way we share health information. Today we present highlights from the Pew Mobile Messaging and Social Media 2015 Report about how different demographics are using social media platforms.We hope this will help inform your communications planning efforts and help you engage with your audiences…

Learning Social Media Basics to improve #ACA outreach

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The Partner Relations Group (PRG), in the Office of Communications at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), helps to communicate messages with national partners on a variety of CMS initiatives, including the Health Insurance Marketplace. At the end of open enrollment for 2015, 11.7 million  people had signed up for health care coverage…