The CHC has launched a new HCTS course focused on health communication with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. Taught by Dell Medical School's Chris Moreland, M.D., MPH, the course will give you tools, strategies, and knowledge to effectively communicate with Deaf and Hard of Hearing patients.
The annual Health Communication Scholars Program grant-writing workshop is Friday, October 27, 2023 at 10:00 a.m. via Zoom.
The CHC will welcome Dr. Andy King (University of Utah) on Tuesday, October 10 for the first session of this year's McGovern Health Communication Lecture Series.
We've launched a new HCTS course, Equity Science, Health Equity, and Big Data featuring Dr. Ashani Johnson-Turbes, Director of the Center for Equity Research at NORC at the University of Chicago. This 60-minute course explores the relationship between equity, science, and big data, why equity science is vital in health communication to advance health equity, and how you can apply inclusive and equitable research in your work.
“We have an obligation…to do better, be better, and know better.” -Ashani Johnson-Turbes, Ph.D.
This belief sums up the very foundation of effective health communication. It also sums up the theme of many of this year’s HCLI panels (and something we’re passionate about at the CHC): to continually strive to make our campaigns more accessible for all. By keeping diversity, equity, and inclusion in mind, we can become better advocates in our own health communication campaigns—and better leaders overall.
Join the CHC on May 15, 2023, for the final session of the McGovern Lecture in Health Communication series featuring Dr. Maria Elena Bottazzi, Senior Associate Dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine.
- -The Health Communication Leadership Institute (HCLI) is the UT Center for Health Communication's premier professional education offering.