Students should produce a four- page report based on their awareness/prevention campaign about a health policy/ disease affecting women’s health locally, nationally, or internationally. It can be a health policy brief or a public health campaign. The intention of generating this report should be well-organized and informative. For both options, think about what one would prepare for a letter to teach and stimulate conversation with stakeholders. This is a chance for the student to practice effective public health communication through investigating their selected topic of interest more deeply and organizing materials in a way that would facilitate educating stakeholders and peers in class. The report should have a small bibliography with relevant articles and websites. You need to think of this final report as a public health report / brief. Your main purpose is to provide a briefing on a women’s health issue among an immigrant/ refugee group in the United States or another country. You need to consider your audience as stakeholders who you need to convince to take action. Action entails funding for intervention, prevention, or research project for a policy change. What is a slogan? · a short and striking or memorable phrase used in advertising. · a motto associated with a political party or movement or other group · synonyms: catchphrase, jingle, byword, motto; (Merriam-Webster Dictionary) Helpful Resources Public Health Campaigns: https://publichealthonline.gwu.edu/blog/health-communication-campaigns/ https://www.cdc.gov/healthcommunication/campaigns/index.html Immigrant and Refugee Health: https://www.cdc.gov/immigrantrefugeehealth/about-refugees.html Global Health Interventions: https://www.cdc.gov/globalhealth/index.html
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