Healthy babies, healthy moms, healthy families – for couples, these are priorities. The latest Health COMpass Trending Topic offers a wide selection of tools and project examples for SBCC professionals working in the Healthy Timing and Spacing of Pregnancies (HTSP).
Author Archive for: Susan Leibtag | HC3 Communications Specialist
About Susan Leibtag | HC3 Communications Specialist
Susan Leibtag, formerly Deputy Chief of the Media/Materials Clearinghouse (M/MC) under the Health Communication Partnership project, is now working with the Health COMpass team on the collection and connection aspects of the resource.
Susan was instrumental in the development and growth of the M/MC for more than two decades, and then served as Senior Knowledge Management Advisor for CCP. Her expertise is in special collections, user services, and health communication.
Entries by Susan Leibtag | HC3 Communications Specialist
Moyo ndi Mpamba, Usamalireni! (“Life is precious, take care of it!”) was an aspirational campaign that connected the idea of wellness to prosperity, and encouraged Malawians to take steps to improve their own health and that of their families.
The Health COMpass offers social and behavior change communication tools and project materials to use in work to end female genital mutilation/cutting.
The latest Health COMpass Trending Topic offers tools and health communication project examples for Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is a way for people who do not have HIV but who are at substantial risk, to prevent infection by taking a pill every day.
This new Health Compass Trending Topic showcases tools and examples to support program managers and local stakeholders in developing effective SBCC strategies to combat counterfeit malaria medicines.
This compilation of resources to end child marriage is the latest Trending Topic on HC3’s Health COMpass.
The ubiquitous mobile phone – and the many apps which are so commonplace in our lives – have been playing a critical role in the improvement of health and in the spreading of health information over the past few years. Monitoring medications, reminders for health appointments and directions to nearby clinics make it so much […]
In this world of instant information, data beyond counting and websites that know what you are looking for before you type in a single word, it seems we still find ourselves (or perhaps even more often find ourselves) needing help….from a real honest to goodness live human being. We search, we go from link to […]
Dengue emerged as a worldwide problem in the 1950s, and is endemic in Puerto Rico and in Latin America, Southeast Asia and the Pacific islands. It is a leading cause of death in those areas. Dengue is transmitted by female mosquitoes mainly of the species Aedes aegypti and, to a lesser extent, Ae. albopictus. This mosquito also transmits chikungunya, […]
After more than 20 years of civil strife that crippled services, caused internal displacement and eroded traditional social and family structures, the people of northern Uganda were ready for changes that would improve their families and communities in the face of considerable sexual and reproductive health challenges and widespread gender-based violence and bring about long-term well-being. In […]
It’s World Health Worker week. Think about it – service providers, each and every day, need to be able to deal with patients of all types, such as: The worrier – clients who are worried about change – perhaps they want to get tested for HIV, or use a modern method of family planning, or […]
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