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In the Know: Social Media for Public Health

In the Know is a live, interactive webcast series designed to provide the latest in social media to support public health success.

  • Want to know what social media channels will reach your public health audiences?
  • Do you have questions about what’s new and trending in social media?
  • Want best practices from public health on how to use social media?

The initial In the Know series included six webcasts, each focused on a different social media channel and how to best use them for public health. View archives (if you have trouble viewing, please try another browser)

Webcast Name Original Webcast Date Archived Presentations CE Credits
Twitter 2/19/2013 2-3 p.m. ET Recording
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Survey
LinkedIn & Slideshare 3/12/2013 2-3 p.m. ET Recording
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Survey
Gaming & Mobile 4/2/2013 2-3 p.m. ET Recording
Slides
Survey
Facebook & Image Sharing
(Instagram, Pinterest & Flickr)
4/23/2013 2-3 p.m. ET Recording
Slides
Survey
Google+ and YouTube 5/14/2013 2-3 p.m. ET Recording
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Survey
Measurement & Evaluation 6/4/2013 2-3 p.m. ET Recording
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Survey

In the Know II built upon the strategies and tactics that were presented in the first series and offered even more social media best practices, current trends, and successful public health campaign examples.

Webcast Name Original Webcast Date Archived Presentations CE Credits
What’s New in Image & Video Sharing? 3/19/2014 2-3 p.m. Recording
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Survey
What’s New in Social Media 3/6/2014 2-3 p.m. Recording
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Survey
The Life Cycle of a Social Media Plan 11/20/2013 2- 3 p.m. ET Recording
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Survey

Continuing Education Credits

Certified in Public Health (CPH) and Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) credits are available to eligible participants who complete the training and evaluation. If you were not able to participate in the live session but would like to receive CPH or CHES credits, you are encouraged to view the archived version of the training, complete the survey, and email uwyk@cdcnpin.org verifying which training was viewed, the date you completed the survey, and include your CPH or CHES identification number.

Testimonials

"I have enjoyed these webcasts immensely!! Thank you so much!! They are always informative, interesting, and have practical suggestions for application."

"The information was great. I particularly liked how recent the examples were…"

"I loved the interaction with moderators and other participants through Twitter."

Share Your Tips

Already using social media and want to contribute hints and tips? E-mail them to info@cdcnpin.org, tweet them to @CDCNPIN, or post them on our Facebook, Google+ or LinkedIn pages and we will credit you during future webcasts if your information is used. Use hashtag #SM4PH.


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