Do you work in hurricane recovery, resilience, or environmental health? The Hurricane Response Hub is launching a Project ECHO virtual learning series in 2020 that may be an opportunity for you to learn from subject matter experts, participate in peer-to-peer learning, and share experiences from hurricane responses.
Environmental Health Communication Strategies in a Hurricane Emergency Event
In partnership with the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) and the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI), the Hurricane Response Hub is launching a learning series on active communication strategies for environmental health issues in a hurricane emergency event.
In this six-session ECHO series, participants can expect to discuss environmental health challenges associated with hurricanes through the lens of communication strategies. Presenters and panelists will bring diverse expertise to support participant’s action planning that may optimize their public outreach, diversity engagement, and use of communication media.
Tuesdays from 1–2 PM EST
1/28/2020 Session 1: Before, During, and After
2/4/2020 Session 2: Partnerships and Stakeholders
2/11/2020 Session 3: Breakdowns
2/18/2020 Session 4: Community Outreach
2/25/2020 Session 5: Cultural Competency
3/3/2020 Session 6: Modes of Communication
*Additional cohorts will be offered in late Spring.
Visit the Project ECHO website for more information.