An Infographic is Worth a Thousand Words: The Power of Data Visualization
8 Great Public Health Campaigns Using Social Media - General News
Smart Chart - Nonprofit communications planner
Understanding the 12 major application clusters in mobile health (mHealth)
Homer Simpson for Nonprofits: The Truth About What People Really Think and What It Means for Promoting Your Cause
Positive Reinforcement vs. Negative Consequences
Are celebrities crossing the line on medical advice? - USATODAY.com
Youth Social Marketing Toolkit
What Are Alternate Reality Games? | Living the Path: An Online Community for Health Marketing Communications Pros
Interesting, Easy, Beautiful, True? What makes good information design?
How Safe is the HPV vaccine? | Information Is Beautiful
The Art of Framing Health Messages
Encrucijada, Sin salud no hay nada.
Prodding People to Wash Their Hands in Restrooms - NYTimes.com
Top five tips for communicating science
Public Health 2.0: Re-Mixing Public Health Narrative Report « Nomadologies
Tweets from the NCHCMM09 Conference
A Survey of Health-Related Activities on Second Life | Beard | Journal of Medical Internet Research
E-Mail Reminders Can Improve Health Choices, Kaiser Study Finds - iHealthBeat
The language of health reform and the politics of fear
10 Tips for Marketers From the CDC's Swine Flu Response - Advertising Age - Digital
Fill Your Easter Basket with Web-based Storytelling Tools - A Storied Career
Nonprofit storytelling - Andy Goodman Ruined My Life. Now I Want to Ruin Yours.
Crisis Communications and Social Media
Was Doing Versus Did - The Verbs You Use Influence Your Behavior
More Than Words Toolkit - improve healthcare translations
A Recipe for Motivation: Easy to Read, Easy to Do: Scientific American
Archived seminars from GWU social marketing lecture series
140 Health Care Uses for Twitter
HealthMap | Global disease alert map
Effective anti-tobacco ads should either scare or disgust viewers, MU study reveals. Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News - Biotechnology from Bench to Business
Twitter and Microblogging for Public Health
PanFlu Storybook: PanFlu Storybook Home Page
Hollywood & Health: Health Content in Popular TV - Kaisernetwork.org
Health Communication Campaigns: The 5% Solution
Post on average effect size of health comm campaigns from On Social Marketing and Social Change
The Secrets of Storytelling: Why We Love a Good Yarn: Scientific American
Communication for Better Health
Population Reports issue on effective health communication for international family planning progs
Internet Is Top Resource for Health Info, Social Media Gaining Popularity - Marketing Charts
Using Pictures in Health Education
Proceedings of an e-mail discussion sponsored by the National Institute for Literacy - Health and Literacy Discussion List
What makes one health communication ad effective and another not? There are many variables that can make or break the success of the message.
Making Health Communication Programs Work - National Cancer Institute
The pink bible of health communicators
Psychophysiology and Media: Intro to my mad science
The effect of health communication fear appeals on the body
Doctors give health advice via YouTube
Doctors in rural Wales are using YouTube to give health advice to patients. (via Micro Persuasion)
CDC - Health Marketing
The Director's blog now has an RSS feed.
Who Measures Change?
An introduction to participatory monitoring and evaluation of communication for social change from the Communication for Social Change Consortium
Tools to Address Disparities in Health: Communication Resources to Close the Gap (pdf)
A guide to health communication from the AHIP - America's Health Insurance Plans.
Harris Interactive: Number of Cyberchondriacs Increases
Polling firm Harris Interactive has released the latest edition of an ongoing poll measuring the number of people who turn to the Internet for healthcare-related information. Analysis by Fard Johnmar of HealthCareVox.
Communication for Social Change Consortium (CFSC Consortium)
Publications and resources about using communication for social change in development programs
IgniteBlog: Web is the prime venue for reaching health mega-influencers
According to this study, the mega-influencers can impact another 152.9 million people, especially those with diabetes, hypertension, arthritis, heart disease, asthma, high cholesterol, chronic pain, and depression.
Why Are Health Care Interventions Delivered Over the Internet? A Systematic Review of the Published Literature
from the Journal of Medical Internet Research