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CCP’s Stephanie Desmon talks to Nick Moran about how he shifted the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s social media tone during the deadly COVID-19 pandemic, using humor and irreverence to inspire potentially lifesaving behaviors.
In Cambodia, a family of animated rabbits is helping kids – and their parents – stay safe from COVID-19 and deal with the struggles of virtual schooling during the pandemic.
A social media campaign created by CCP and the Department of Health in the Philippines to help its citizens prevent the spread of COVID-19 wins a prestigious award. The Facebook page they created has reached 160 million people since it started in late March.
In the Philippines, CCP has created a Twitter account to build connections by having people share bite-sized stories about how they are coping during these unprecedented times caused by the pandemic.
“Social media is such a powerful tool to use to reach young people,” says CCP’s Aisha Waziri.
Dr. Tilly Gurman, who serves as research director for the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3), was interviewed by NPR’s Goats and Soda blog on the importance of hashtags in global health campaigns. Gurman has published research on the use of social networking sites in health
JHU∙CCP staff Rebecca Shore and Rupali Limaye presented on the power of social media to influence global health at the 12th annual Global Health Mini-University held on September 14, 2012. Sponsored by USAID and the George Washington University Center for Global Health, Mini-University is an
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