22 Sep Health Communication; Culture; and Advocacy Health communication initiatives help to clarify who needs to know what and when the information needs to be known. Health communication i
Discussion—Health Communication; Culture; and Advocacy
Health communication initiatives help to clarify who needs to know what and when the information needs to be known. Health communication is important in the health program planning process. The information might be used to influence health decisions or behaviors among people. There are a variety of ways health initiatives are communicated (i.e., brochures, banners, media, pamphlets, or other advertising methods).
Using the readings for this week, the South University Online Library, and the Internet, respond to the following:
- Research and select four health communication plans. Determine if the health message or concept had been pretested. Explain in 2–3 paragraphs the findings.
Be sure to support your statements with scholarly references.
Respond to the questions using the lessons and vocabulary found in the readings for this week. Support your answers with examples and research. Your response should clarify your understanding of the topic. It should be your own, original, and free from plagiarism. Follow the APA format for writing style, spelling and grammar, and citation of sources.
By the due date assigned, respond to the discussion prompt and submit your response in this Discussion Area. Through the end of the week, comment on the postings of at least two peers.
Start reviewing and responding to the postings of your classmates as early in the week as possible. Respond to at least two of your classmates. Participate in the discussion by analyzing each response for completeness and accuracy and by suggesting specific additions or clarifications for improving the discussion question response.