Integrated Communication Program Manager - Johns Hopkin University - Center for Communications Program - Health Communication Capacity Collaborative Nepal Project
Provide ongoing technical assistance for the Media Outreach Communication component of the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) Nepal project including Family Planning umbrella campaign and extension campaigns for Youth, Migrants and Disadvantaged Groups. Coordination with government counterpart National Health Education, Communication and Information Center (NHEICC) to develop national Family Planning Advocacy campaign.
This page offers online courses in the basics of SBCC as well as on more specific topics such as SBCC for malaria, various topics in research, and social media. Some of the online courses offer certificates upon completion.
This is an integrated approach to learning health communication. This guide is part of a course and is designed to train the user in creating and implementing a strategic communication and leadership plan focusing on H1N1, with the understanding this issue could be translated to other topics.
The purpose of this book is to share a set of steps and tools with those in the field to help ensure that behavior change communication efforts are developed strategically— with participation from all stakeholders, clear goals, segmented audiences, and effective messages based on sound research and credible theory.
This is a collection of Pathways™ Models from various country and global projects at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs (CCP).
This is a six-module learning package for facilitated, face-to-face workshops on social and behavior change communication (SBCC).