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Category: research

Evaluating Communication Campaigns

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Health communication and marketing campaigns that promote positive behavior change are a cornerstone of public health and behavioral science. Designing and implementing quality campaigns on a tight budget and in an urgent timeframe is a challenge that most health communication professionals share. Research and evaluation are critical for a successful campaign. CDC is using leading research and Read More >

Posted on by Fred Fridinger, DrPH, Senior Health Communications Specialist, Office of the Associate Director for CommunicationLeave a commentTags , , , , , , , , , ,

Behind the Clipboard: Adventures of a Lab Inspector

Lab inspectors

You might think being a laboratory inspector is a boring job – the kind of work that’s suited to glasses-wearing, clipboard-carrying types who hate adventure and love enforcing rules. However, during a recent sit-down with a small group of CDC inspectors, I discovered their jobs are anything but dull. The inspectors I spoke with are Read More >

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