Health Communication at a Glance
This document proposes a 12-step process to assist practitioners in developing a health communication initiative. Project Management is at the core of this 12-step approach - it’s Step 1, and the key starting point. The other 11 steps are divided into three main phases:
- Scoping (Steps 2-5) focuses on building the body of evidence to inform every decision in the health communication cycle.
- Development (Steps 6-9) aims to transform the insights and evidence from the scoping phase into tangible messages, products and action plans.
- Execution (Steps 10-12) brings all the previous steps together at an operational level.
To further assist with the planning process, we have provided fillable worksheets to document and track relevant considerations, as well as sample worksheets which detail a health communication initiative carried out by Ottawa Public Health.
To access the resource:
- Click At a Glance and worksheets.
- Select Open.
- Click Extract All.
PHO Grand Rounds: “Communities are attempting to tackle this crisis”: a scoping review of community overdose responses
Using integrated knowledge translation, we involved experts and knowledge users in conducting, interpreting, reporting and discussing the application of these findings.
This presentation summarizes our preliminary results and considers how this knowledge could be used to inform practice across Canada.