HC3 has updated its Strategic Communication Framework for Hormonal Contraceptive Methods and Potential HIV Related Risks including new information from WHO.
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About Beth Mallalieu | HC3 Program Officer
Beth is the HIV Program Officer for HC3. She is a public health professional with more than six years experience in the HIV field. Prior to joining Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs Beth was an ASPH Fellow at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention working in HIV social marketing and more specifically on their national anti-stigma campaign, Let’s Stop HIV Together. While there she helped to implement the campaign nationally through print ads, billboards, and radio and TV spots as well as worked on community engagement aspects of the campaign. She was also a member of two teams developing new national HIV prevention campaigns for the CDC.
Beth also has international experience, having worked in India on a TB project with Tibetan refugees as well as being a Peace Corps Volunteer from 2008-2011 in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. While in the Peace Corps she worked with the local government to strengthen the capacity of community based HIV organizations as well as conduct health education and outreach in her village.
Beth got a BS In Community Health from Western Washington University and an MPH from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Entries by Beth Mallalieu | HC3 Program Officer
Join HC3 April 25-27, 2017 for a discussion on Springboard to talk about some of the work that HC3 has done with traditional leaders in Swaziland. We welcome you to share your own experiences of working within traditional leadership structures.
A newly released multimedia resource highlights three activities HC3 Swaziland has lead to help mitigate the effects of HIV in Swaziland.
Each year on December 1, we are reminded of the successes of the past and the work still needed in reducing new HIV infections and creating a better future for those already infected with HIV.
Female condoms many benefits, such as being able to put it in ahead of time, providing the woman with more of a say in the use of condoms and having more control than she would with a male condom (as well as just being something fun and different).
Uncertainty remains around hormonal contraception and its link to HIV acquisition. Countries continue to grapple with how they can or should convey this uncertainty to their communities. As a part of this international discussion, the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) hosted a webinar focusing on the Strategic Communication Framework for Hormonal Contraceptive Methods and Potential […]
A number of HIV-focused presentations to be given at the first-ever International SBCC Summit held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, February 8-10, are worth taking note of for those attending, as well as those interacting online. On Monday, February 8, Antje Becker-Benton and Warren Parker will hold a skills-building workshop on the Action Media methodology developed in the 1990s. This […]
HC3 recently hosted a highly engaging webinar, Impact of Community Level Factors on HIV Outcomes, which generated so many thoughtful questions, time ran out to answer all of them. We’ve provided those questions, with answers, below. Carol Underwood began the webinar with her presentation, The Role of Community-level Factors Across the Treatment Cascade, and focused on […]
HC3’s March 26 webinar on Improving HIV Outcomes through Health Communication was based on articles to be published in a supplemental issue of JAIDS planned for a July release. The webinar is the first in a series of four focused on HIV and health communication. Douglas Storey, PhD, Director for Communication Science and Research at […]
In August 2013, the Health Communication Collaborative (HC3) brought together a group of experts to examine the impact that health communication has on HIV outcomes.
The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) will be endorsing the important role social and behavior change communication (SBCC) plays in preventing and treating HIV at USAID’s Global Health Mini-University on Friday, March 7, 2014. Titled, Communication and Communities: Impact on HIV Prevention, the session will highlight what that impact is, as well as how it can be improved, expanded […]
- Social and behavior change considerations for areas transitioning from high and moderate to low, very low and zero malaria transmissionJanuary 18, 2018 - 10:11 am
- Smart Client and Smart Couple: Digital Health Tools to Empower Women and Couples for Family PlanningOctober 19, 2017 - 4:15 pm
- Celebrating the Seeds of Change in GuatemalaSeptember 26, 2017 - 3:19 pm
- HC3 Nigeria’s Chizoba Onyechi Named as 120 Under 40 Family Planning ChampionSeptember 12, 2017 - 12:54 pm
- HC3 Côte d’Ivoire and Partners Celebrate their SuccessesSeptember 5, 2017 - 12:09 pm