- Define terms such as “infodemic management”, and other current terminology as related to misinformation within a variety of interpersonal and media settings
- Discuss the link between misinformation, trust, and behavioral change, including issues surrounding the politicization of health information, historical reasons for mistrust among many groups, and the role of social media
- Describe promising equity-and community-driven strategies to:
- address misinformation
- build trust at the community and population levels
- strengthen communication systems to improve health, social, and policy outcomes
- Discuss relevant case studies and resources
- The role of civic literacy in infodemic management
- The ‘Science of Trust’: why we need a multi-faceted approach to inform, engage and empower communities during COVID-19 and beyond
- World Health Organization – Infodemic
Register at https://tinyurl.com/Sept2021-L2L before September 7th to participate.
This program has been approved for 1.0 Category I Continuing Education Credit for CHES/MCHES by the Rutgers School of Public Health. The Rutgers School of Public Health is a certified CHES/MCHES provider by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc.
This program has been approved for 1.0 Certified in Public Health (CPH) credit by the Region 2 Public Health Training Center. The Region 2 Public Health Training Center is a certified CPH provider by the National Board of Public Health Examiners.