This program will explore public health communication in the context of a post – acute COVID world. How can we more effectively communicate public health messaging across different populations? What are the consequences of misinformation? How can we mitigate disinformation and disseminate accurate information to promote better health for all?

This event is cohosted with the Boston University College of Communication. For any questions or accommodation requests, please contact sphevent@bu.edu.

Speakers

  • Joan Donovan

    Assistant Professor of Journalism and Emerging Media Studies, Boston University College of Communication

  • Stefanie Friedhoff

    Co-Founder and Co-Director, Information Futures Lab; Professor of the Practice and Senior Director of Strategy and Innovation, Brown University School of Public Health

  • Matthew Kreuter

    Kahn Family Professor and Associate Dean for Public Health, The Brown School, Washington University in St. Louis

  • Khadidiatou Ndiaye

    Teaching Associate Professor, George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health

  • Mariette DiChristina (COM'86)

    Dean, Boston University College of Communication (MODERATOR)

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