https://healthcommcapacity.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/liberiainnovationblog.png 500 600 Anna Helland | Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, Senior Program Officer https://healthcommcapacity.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/HC3logo285px.jpg Anna Helland | Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, Senior Program Officer2017-08-09 15:03:412017-08-10 14:43:46A Unique Angle in Addressing the Gap between Healthcare Workers and Clients
A Unique Angle in Addressing the Gap between Healthcare Workers and Clients
HC3’s campaigns within the Healthy Life brand emphasized trust, partnership, and compassion for healthcare workers which in turn has resulted in stronger links between the community and health facility, more compassion for healthcare workers, and a shrinking gap between service providers and the communities they serve.
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Making Smart Choices Easy: Incorporating Behavioral Economics into a National Campaign in Nepal
HC3 designed approaches that used behavioral economics concepts and seamlessly incorporated them into a national SBCC campaign to promote HTSP and the use of long-acting contraceptive methods in Nepal.
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Mobile-First Video Approach Helps Youth Share Contraception Information
How might we capture young people’s real stories and everyday experiences with contraception in a way that helps decision-making?
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Zika Communication Mapping Supports National Stakeholders to Navigate the Communication Response
A key part of a social and behavior change communication response to an emergency situation is to understand not only what SBCC activities and campaigns other stakeholders are conducting, but also where those activities are taking place. Beginning in late 2016, the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative initiated a Zika communication activity mapping effort in four Latin American countries: El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and the Dominican Republic.
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Using Mobile Phones to Empower Smart Clients of Family Planning Services
Profile of the Smart Client tool, which uses interactive voice response to deliver a fictional drama, personal stories and examples of “smart client” dialogues over a series of 17 calls, along with supporting short message service reminders to build awareness and skills for active participation before, during and after a family planning counseling visit.