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Risk Communication for PH Professionals: Smart Strategies to Spread Knowledge & Contain Crises-C

Thursday, April 18, 2024, 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (UTC-05:00)
Brookdale Community College
Student Life Center-Twin Lights II (SLC 107) Lower Level
765 Newman Springs Road
Lincroft, NJ  07738

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Risk Communication Trainings
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The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (BSPH) will facilitate this training for health officials across the state of New Jersey around risk communication for infectious diseases, with a goal of sharing tactics to ensure that clear, concise, and consistent information is being shared before, during, and after public health emergencies.

Learning objectives to include: Building credibility, Tactics for effective, inclusive messaging, Communicating across multiple channels. Identifying key stakeholders and vulnerable groups.

At the end of the training, participants will be able to: Understand the role of communication and its importance in a crisis situation Identify and employ a range of tactics to bolster current communication plans Develop components of a risk communications plan, including key messages for specific stakeholders (public, government partners, other health officials, etc.) Conduct post-crisis analysis to mitigate future emergencies

John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Speakers: Lymari Morales, MPP, Associate Dean for Communications and Marketing; Lindsay Smith Rogers, MA, Director of Content Strategy; and Nick Moran, Director of Audience


9:00    Intro from NJACCHO

9:15    Intro slides and exercise

9:30    MODULE 1: The Communications Environment in 2024

10:00  MODULE 2: Making Content That Works

10:30  BREAK 

10:40  MODULE 3: Dimensions of a Crisis 

11:10  BREAK

11:20  MODULE 4: Responding to an Active Crisis 

12:15  LUNCH

1:00   MODULE 5: Advance Planning for Success

1:30   BREAK

1:45    MODULE 6: Post-Crisis Analysis Activity 

2:45    Closing Remarks and Wrap-up

3:00    Evaluation


Modules will be a mix of presentation, discussion, and roundtable exercises with real-world exercises.

Approved for NJ Public Health CEs