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Alcohol low-risk drinking communication campaigns: Using health communication theory to plan evidence-informed interventions, PHO

October 26, 2012  

10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

This webinar will provide an overview of Public Health Ontario’s 12-steps to effectively plan a health communication campaign. Current examples of campaigns addressing the national low-risk drinking guidelines will be highlighted for learning opportunities. During this webinar, public health units and related organizations may begin to make connections with others to share, collaborate, and maximize resources on future health communication campaigns.

Presented by Sophie Rosa, Health Promotion Field Support Specialist in Health Communications, Public Health Ontario, and  Benjamin Rempel, Health Promotion Field Support Specialist in Alcohol Policy, Public Health Ontario
Learning Objectives

  • Receive basic background information and understanding of the national low-risk drinking guidelines (NLRDG’s) and related resources
  • Receive information on health communication theory and Public Health Ontario’s 12-step model to planning effective health communication campaigns
  • Receive timely, relevant examples of health communication campaigns on low-risk drinking guidelines

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