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Social Media at the 2010 HIV Prevention Leadership Summit

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2010 HPLS - HIV Prevention Leadership Summit. December 12-15, 2010. Marriott Wardman Park, Washington, D.C.

Earlier this month, we attended the 2010 HIV Prevention Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. The Summit brought together grantees funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state and local health departments, community planning group (CPG) members, capacity building assistance providers, community-based organizations, and other interested HIV prevention partners to share innovative strategies…

Using Twitter at the HIV Prevention Leadership Summit

Booth at NPIN conference

At CDC National Prevention Information Network (NPIN), we have embraced social media as a key tool in developing and maintaining strong partnerships. As a CDC project whose purpose includes HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis, STD, and tuberculosis informational support to prevention partners, stakeholders, and other constituents, we realize the benefits of sharing key messages, new resources, and…

Twitter Engagement: Some Lessons from AIDS.gov

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two blue twitter birds, one handing the other a ring. a visual pun on engagement

A couple of weeks ago I participated on a panel with our CDC colleagues Ann Aiken and Jessica Schindelar about Twitter monitoring, evaluation, and engagement at the CDC’s National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media. During this panel I spoke about “engagement” on Twitter – providing different definitions of it and how we at…

Tweetup Discussion at IAC

Tweetup

Co-authored by Michelle Samplin-Salgado, AIDS.gov New Media Strategist Early before the start of the International AIDS Conference Scott Sanders, who provides lead communications support to the International AIDS Society, organized a “Tweetup” for individuals tweeting from the conference. Some represented organizations such as UNAIDS (@UNAIDS) , amFar(@amfAR) , Doctors without Borders (@MSH_IAC) , AIDS Atlas…

Action Across the Sectors: Highlights from National HIV Testing Day 2010

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June 26 - National HIV Testing Day

Each year I am honored to see all the ways individuals and groups take action for National HIV Testing Day (June 27) — from conversations with loved ones, to getting tested, to attending or organizing local HIV testing events, to hosting press conferences, to convening online events. This year, I was particularly excited to see…

National HIV Testing Day Twitter Town Hall Recap

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Susan Robinson, MS

This year's National HIV Testing Day is now behind us, but what a whirlwind of events and activities! This year, we saw an unprecedented use of social media to get out the NHTD message, Take the Test. Take Control. One in particular was highlighted in the May 25th Blog: The NHTD Twitter Town Hall. It…

National HIV Testing Day Twitter Town Hall – June 3, 2010

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Karen Resha

On June 3, 2010, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) through our National Prevention Information Network (CDCNPIN) will host its first Twitter Town Hall in preparation for the 2010 National HIV Testing Day (NHTD). We are inviting you to attend this exciting event, but first let me answer what may be your first…

Experimenting in the Social Media Lab at the CDC HIV Prevention Conference

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eakers with social media icons. Co-Sponsored by CDC and AIDS.gov

Last week we shared updates from the 2009 CDC HIV Prevention Conference. While at the conference, we had the opportunity to co-host a Social Media Lab with our CDC colleagues. The Lab was open throughout the conference, and participants were invited to come, sit down in front of a computer, and talk one-on-one or in…