Analysis of public health messages for HIV, breast cancer, and diabetesPublic
Health educators attempt to overcome the educational, cultural, and information differences between the scientific community and the public in order to create an educational environment where the public plays an active role is essential for development of public health message design. Public health campaigns from three different health crises facing the world today: HIV, breast cancer, and diabetes are analyzed and this project includes development of an educational training manual for presenters of a Diabetes awareness program sponsored by Joslin Diabetes Research Center in Boston, MA.
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