Entries by Emma Schwartz | NetHope

Exploring Gender Transformative Approaches to SBCC: Webinar Recap

On September 22, HC3 hosted the tenth installment of the Health Communication Innovation Webinar Series on gender transformative approaches and social behavior change communication (SBCC). Panelists included Jane Brown, Senior Program Officer at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP); Dr. Lydia Clemmons, Senior Advisor, Social and Behavior Change Communications at The Manoff Group; Jane […]

Webinar Recap: Innovative Health Communication Apps

HC3’s ninth Innovation Webinar on June 9 provided attendees with introductions to four innovative health communication applications. Session panelists included Edward Likovich, CEO of GoodLux Technology; Josh Nesbit, CEO of Medic Mobile; Michael Catalano, electric money ecosystem and mobile transactions specialist; and Dr. Ian Tong, Medical Director of Doctor on Demand. The webinar was moderated […]

Harnessing the Power of Digital Storytelling Webinar Recap

HC3’s eighth Health Communication Innovation Webinar held March 10 focused on digital storytelling techniques to enhance health communication campaigns. Moderator Jessica Weitzel, Director of Evaluation at Via Evaluation, opened the session with insight into the power of storytelling as a means to influence and accelerate behavior change. “Storytelling is something that has helped connect people […]

Evaluating Social Media Components of Health Communication Campaigns

HC3’s held its seventh Health Communication Innovation Webinar on Dec. 9 to offer insight into using and evaluating social media components of health communication campaigns. Moderator Matthew Heck, Program Coordinator at TechChange: The Institute for Technology and Social Change, kicked off the discussion by speaking to the potential of social media. “Regardless of your area of […]

Innovation Webinar 6 Recap: Social Drama and Health Communication

HC3’s sixth Innovation Webinar provided participants with foundational insights into techniques and theories for the creatively inspired field of social drama as well as their application to health communication. Moderator John Somers, Honorary Fellow in the Department of Drama at Exeter University, opened the discussion with an explanation of social drama as “drama and theater […]