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Taking Organ Transplantation to 2020

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In response to the UK having one of the highest rates of family refusal for organ donation in the Western world, the NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) conducted a stakeholder engag…
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Motivating Television Viewers to Become Organ Donors

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The following case study explores how a popular primetime television drama, Numb3rs, was used to inform audiences of issues surrounding organ donation and, as a result, encourage …
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Minority Organ Donation: The Power of an Educated Community

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In the late 1970s a grassroots movement emerged that aimed to increase organ donation rates among minorities in the United States. As part of this movement, 40 individuals were br…
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Donate Life California: A Campaign Launch Study

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Developed by the California branch of Donate Life America, the following communication campaign was launched in April of 2005 to get California residents to share their organ dona…

COP 26 & The Benefits of Climate Action

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Julie Cook Kitchener November 18, 2021 06:02 PM
Hi all, As you may know, the latest global climate negotiations at COP 26 in Glasgow have drawn to a close. Though some progress was made, concerns remain about the enormous gap …
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The Flu Ends with U Campaign

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The “Flu Ends with U” was an annual campaign created by the DeKalb County Health Department to emphasize the importance of flu vaccinations. Knowing that flu season can begin as e…
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The Fifth Guy Campaign

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Ahead of the 2007 flu season, the Florida Department of Health decided to take on a new approach to pandemic preparedness – instead of implementing an information intensive campai…
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Muppets, Pharmacists, and Journalists All Part of Avian Flu Prevention Campaign

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To prevent the spread of avian influenza, staff at the Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Center for Communication Programs (CCP) began working with partners in over 30 countries…
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Using Social Marketing to Promote Cold and Flu Prevention Behaviors on an Australian University Campus

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In 2011, a social marketing intervention was developed and tested at the University of Wollongong to determine its effectiveness in reducing the spread of colds and flu among univ…
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Be InFLUential

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Conducted at Alfred Health, a tertiary health service in Melbourne, Australia, the purpose of the following study was to create and implement a campaign to improve influenza vacci…

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