Communicating for Health: Westat at 2019 Health Communication Summit

Westat is participating in the 3rd Annual National Summit for Health Communication at the National Institutes of Health on April 24, 2019. Westat is co-sponsoring the pre-Summit media roundtable, Connecting the Dots and Translating Science for Public Health, and is hosting a reception.

The conference provides opportunities for health communication students, researchers, and practitioners to network, share ideas, and work together to advance the field of health communication. Our staff (names in bold) will be contributing to the Summit in the following ways.

Stephanie Fears and Laura Lourenco. (Workshop). Design Thinking: A Strategic Paradigm for Health Marketers.

Allison Dymnicki, Regan Hill, Gary Kreps, Ronne Ostby, and Terry Savage. (Panel Moderator). Reports from the Field: What Works in Evaluation.

Amelia Burke-Garcia and Ann Aikin. (Presentation). Innovation in Research: Committee Progress Report.

Sarah Evans, Carly Flumer, Ashani Johnson-Turbes, Shane Mannis, Erika Reed-Gross, Christine Skubisz, Sarah Symonds-LeBlanc, and Terry Savage, and Jennifer Wayman. (Presentation). Research and Evaluation: Committee Progress Report.

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