By the end of this module, you should know how to:
- Identify the key theories of persuasion
- Identify instances where key theories of persuasion can be applied in a public health context
- Conduct an audience analysis assessment for a persuasive presentation in a public health setting
- Describe how to assess elements of key theories of persuasion to create a persuasive argument
…and see how you can incorporate these concepts in your practice to address a major public health crisis.
The Strategic Skills Training Series developed by the Region 2 PHTC aims to help prepare public health leaders and the public health workforce to develop the practices and competencies associated with being a Chief Health Strategist. The modules in this series use the community health improvement planning process to introduce you to the basics of the following four strategic skills areas. The first set of modules have been developed at an introductory level; the next part of the series will build on these foundational modules.
To help you think about ways to leverage these skills in your journey as a Chief Health Strategist to address real world problems in your community, the modules will utilize a case study approach, set in the fictitious Tycho County.
Follow how the Tycho County Health Department could adopt a systems approach to inform its thinking and planning while developing a community health improvement plan focused on a familiar public health problem, opioid misuse.
In this module, you will learn some strategy-based communication principles you can use across different settings and audiences.