CCP Researchers Contribute to Health Communication Books
04 May 2012
The Handbook of Global Health Communication brings together contributions from over thirty scholars and practitioners to offer a comprehensive analysis of the role of communication in public health, development and social change.
This book features chapters written by Maria Elena Figueroa and Doug Storey entitled, “Toward a Global theory of Health Behavior and Social Change;” “Egypt’s Mabrouk! Initiative: A Communication Strategy for Maternal/Child Health and Family Planning Integration” written by Ron Hess, Dominique Meekers and Doug Storey; and “The Impact of Health Communication Programs”, written by CCP researcher Stella Babalola, in collaboration with Jane Bertrand and Joanna Skinner.
A chapter on “Journalism and HIV: Lessons from the Frontline of Behavior Change Communication in Mozambique” by Gregory Pirio, a CCP consultant, uses CCP’s PACTO Project in Mozambique as a case study.