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Global health e-brief ; 2010 1st qtr
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    Communication increases impact of global public health interventions
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    Chinese and CDC Health Communicators Share Health Protection Information with an Audience of 1.3 Billion -- Radio Messages Help Educate Ugandans, Prevent Ebola Fever -- Breathing Easier: CDC Introduces E-Learning Technology to Help Prevent Hospital-Associated Infections -- CDC Communication Research Guides Campaign to Encourage Kenyan Health Workers to Take H1N1 Influenza Vaccine -- CDC Joins Other U.S. Government Communicators to Help Journalists Improve Public Health Reporting -- Newsbytes.

    Issue title: Communication increases impact of global public health interventions

    Welcome o the fourth quarter 2009 Global Health E-Brief, designed to inform readers about key global health activities at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The end of 2009 marks the completion of the third year of the Global Health E-brief. To celebrate this milestone, this quarter’s e-brief showcases some of our past articles. In looking forward to the Obama Administration’s commitment to a holistic approach to global health, this issue revisits previously published articles highlighting CDC programs that have pioneered integrations of public health interventions, and cross-program and -agency collaborations. Evidence-based integration of activities across disease-specific programs has been critical in helping CDC reach more people in need and use scarce resources efficiently.


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