A Communication Approach
This book explores the processes and strategies involved in creating a health advocacy campaign to guide current and aspiring health advocates to successfully advocate for policy change.
The Health Communication Advocacy Model is provided as a framework for exploring these issues. The model emphasizes the message design process, particularly in the tailoring of messages to address the needs of target audiences. However, consideration of important health advocacy concepts also is provided, including how to organize an advocacy team, approaches to formative research, research-based strategies for crafting effective health advocacy messages, and recommendations for what to do when an advocacy campaign is ending. This framework is designed for users to execute an advocacy effort for any health issue – from obesity, to cancer and smoking - in an efficient and effective manner.
Ultimately, readers will learn how to lead a successful advocacy campaign and accomplish their desired advocacy goals.
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Mattson, Marifran, author.Health advocacy: a communication approach / Marifran Mattson, Chervin Lam.p. cm. — (Health communication; vol. 9)Includes bibliographical references and index.[DNLM: 1. Health Communication—methods. 2. Patient Advocacy.3. Health Planning—methods. 4. Marketing of Health Services—methods. WA 590]I. Lam, Chervin, author. II. Title.III. Series: Health communication (New York, N.Y.); v. 9.RA427.8 362.1—dc23 2015025399ISBN 978-1-4331-2423-5 (hardcover)ISBN 978-1-4539-1714-5 (e-book)ISSN 2153-1277
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