Center for Health Communication
Communication for Healthier People in a Connected World
About the Center
The Center for Health Communication was established in 2014 to bring together researchers and experts on many diverse areas of health communication into one organizational unit where they can collaborate, share ideas and innovations, and advance their scholarship and its impact to the highest possible level. The Center has more than 20 affiliated faculty, representing all five departments and schools from Moody College along with faculty from other colleges at the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Texas Health Sciences Center.
The mission of the UT Center for Health Communication is to improve health of people in Texas, the United States, and around the world through leadership and excellence in health communication research, teaching, programs, and partnerships.
Supporting the Center
The Center for Health Communication will soon be one of the leading centers of its kind throughout the world. The Center’s research, teaching, programs, and partnerships will make a significant impact on health for people in Texas and around the country and globally. Your investment will allow the Center to accelerate its progress by filling critical positions, developing and acquiring cutting-edge technologies, implementing innovative pilot studies that will lead to larger grants and contracts, and building a world-class online presence and dissemination network to share its work with partners and practitioners.
For more information, please contact Michael Wilson, Assistant Dean for External Relations, Moody College of Communication at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-475-9165.
Second Annual Health Communication Leadership Institute
May 31 - June 3, 2016
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