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word press logoThese blogs center around different aspects of health communication.  They cover a wide variety of health communication topics like emergency management, health literacy, social media, etc.

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Note: The listed blogs are not meant to be interpreted as any kind of endorsement. No payments, favors or any other arrangements were made to be listed here.

  1. CDC Blogs
  2. CommunicateHealth – CommunicateHealth, Inc.
  3. Communication4Health – 2013 class of HSCI 825, Advocacy and Communication at Simon Fraser University
  4. The Digital PIO – Greg Licamele
  5. Social and Digital Innovations for Health Communications – UC Berkeley School of Public Health
  6. Dose of Digital – Bill Evans
  7. Engaging the Patient – Emmi Solutions
  8. The Face of the Matter – Jim Garrow
  9. Health and Communications – Rick Lesaar
  10. Health Communications and Health Advocacy – Kathleen Hoffman, PhD
  11. Health Communication Research – Michael Mackert, PhD
  12. HealthComU – BU Health Communication Alumni
  13. Health-E Minds – Ketchum Global Healthcare Practice
  14. Healthcare Marketing + Communications – Nicola Ziady
  15. I Am A #Health Communications Enthusiast! – Mary-Sanyu Osire
  16. Innovations in Health Communications – University of California, Berkeley
  17. Lisa Gualtieri, PhD, ScM
  18. Mind the Gap Patient Physician Communication – Stephen Wilkins, MPH
  19. Pop Health – Leah Roman, MPH
  20. Public Health Science Communication 2.0 – Nina Bjerglund, MSc
  21. Pulse + Signal – Andre Blackman
  22. Social and Digital Innovations for Health Communications – UC Berkeley School of Public Health
  23. Social Health Institute – Reed T Smith, MBA
  24. Social Marketing exCHANGE – Ogilvy Public Relations
  25. Spare Change – Nedra Weinreich, MS
  26. STweM – Andrew Spong, PhD
  27. Surround Health
  28. Symplur – Symplur, LLC
  29. Unnatural Language Processing – Kevin A. Clauson, PharmD
  30. Upstream – UNC Chapel Hill’s Interdisciplinary Health Communication
  31. Why Health Communication Matters – Roxanne Parrot, PhD
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