II Different web visitors
III Techniques to help make the best match
IV Make sure your design is friend, not foe
V Iterative development: Ask early and ask often
VI Tear down the wall of words
--submitted by Carolyn Wilby
II It is more cost effective to promote healthy lifestyles than treat diseases
III Digital Interventions
IV Hybrid campaigns that encourage and support change
--submitted by Brian Cugelman, PhD
The Health Communication Unit (THCU) website includes a variety of resources for health promotion practitioners including the Website and Publication Impact Analysis report at
Webometrics: Qualitative Web Research for the Social Sciences informed the methodology of the Website and Publication Impact Analysis. More information is available at http://webometrics.wlv.ac.uk.
II Overview of web properties study
IV Summary of findings
--Submitted by Brian Cugelman. PhD, Online strategy and research consultant, AlterSpark Consulting
Submitted by: Erika Steibelt (Team Lead for Knowledge Development & Exchange, PTCC), Laura McCammon-Tripp (Research Associate, PTCC) and Christine Stich (Junior Scientist, PTCC)
II Documentation of Practice – sharing practitioners’ experiential knowledge
The Program Training and Consultation Centre is a resource centre of the Smoke-Free Ontario Strategy. More information available at http://www.ptcc-cfc.on.ca/home/.
The Infopack Priority Setting Process Checklist can be found at http://www.thcu.ca/infoandresources/resource_display.cfm?resourceID=1341....
The Infopack Health Communication Outcomes: At the Heart of Good Outcome Objectives and Indicators can be found at http://www.thcu.ca/infoandresources/resource_display.cfm?translateto=eng....
This week’s feature combines two articles, both based on newly released THCU Infopacks.
I Health Communication Outcomes: At the Heart of Good Outcome Objectives and Indicators, submitted by Sophie Rosa, Health Promotion Field Support Specialist, Public Health Ontario
II Priority Setting: A Systematic Approach to Making Health Promotion Program Choices, submitted by Susan Snelling, Health Promotion Field Support Specialist, Public Health Ontario
I IntroductionII Clear designIII White spaceIV TypeV The last word
-- submitted by Naomi Shacter
Use of Social Media for Health Promotion: An Overview of the Evidence-Webinar Preparation and Discussionhttp://www.thcu.ca/infoandresources/resource_display.cfm?resourceID=1119...
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