European Public Health WEEK
17-21 May 2021
Joining forces for healthier populations
Monday 17 May:
COMMUNICATING SCIENCE AND HEALTH
Conveying accurate and accessible messages is crucial to promote healthy behaviours, particularly during a crisis. How can we better communicate complex health messages in the digital age?
Science communication; risk communication; crisis communication; public and patient involvement; Infodemic management; dealing with misinformation, disinformation, mal-information, conspiracy theories, rumours; building trust; vaccine hesitancy; novel forms of communication; fostering public health dialogue (two-way communication); communicating to politicians, health professionals and citizens; health literacy and digitally literate societies (e.g. digital contact tracing, telemedicine, e-health); open access research; World Telecommunication and Information Society Day
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Submit it here by 5 May 2021.
Come back soon for key messages, facts and figures and other resources.