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Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication (CERC): Examples from Ebola

January 1, 2036

Health communication is a critical piece of keeping the public safe during a public health emergency. During this two hour interactive session, the audience will learn the principles behind crisis and emergency risk communication. Because each emergency is different, we will discuss ways to tailor messages for the crisis and emergency risk communication. During times of crisis, developing partnerships with stakeholders to disseminate messages is very important. Participants will learn about ways to develop these relationships for successful health communication.

At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to:
1. Explain Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication (CERC) principles.
2. Explain how to tailor messages.
3. Identify ways to develop relationships with stakeholders and partners.

LENGTH:  1 HOUR, 45 MINUTES
ORIGINAL TRAINING DATE:  OCTOBER 2014

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