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Workshop: Effective Behaviour Change Communication Strategies in Public Health

The objective of this workshop is to enhance the health communication skills of those who work in the area of Behaviour Change Communication (BCC), Development Communication, Advocacy and other allied fields to strategically utilize key tools of BCC, advocacy and media engagement so as to support the achievement of key milestones as part of the health response.
When Aug 03, 2015 09:00 AM to
Aug 07, 2015 06:00 PM
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Contact Phone 91 124 4722900 (Extn: 4110)
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The Indian Institute of Public Health, Delhi (IIPH-D), established by the Public Health Foundation of India (www.phfi.org), has successfully been functioning since past six years as one of the nodal institutions for public health education, advocacy, research and practice by providing quality public health training to graduates of diverse disciplines.

As a part of ‘Workshop Series 2014-2015’ we are inviting applications for a five day workshop on ‘‘Effective Behaviour Change Communication Strategies in Public Health' scheduled on August 3 - 7, 2015.

The objective of this workshop is to enhance the health communication skills of those who work in the area of Behaviour Change Communication (BCC), Development Communication, Advocacy and other allied fields to strategically utilize key tools of BCC, advocacy and media engagement so as to support the achievement of key milestones as part of the health response.

Supporting communities in enhancing health-seeking behaviours and facilitating the decision-making people need to do in order to be or become healthy, keeping people informed on important public health issues and basic health care services, counselling for behaviour change and awareness and knowledge-building on key national health programmes would be addressed through the workshop.

Using participatory, adult-learning techniques and a specially designed training manual, the trainer will focus on providing hands-on health communication skills within the larger context of national health programmes and global perspectives.

Interested participants may send their completed registration form to Programme Officer-Trainings along with the fees by Demand Draft, in favor of “Public Health Foundation of India” payable at New Delhi or by electronic transfer. Foreign nationals are requested to make only E-transfer to submit the fee. Registration fee includes workshop kit, lunch and refreshments.

Workshop venue address:

Indian Institute of Public Health-Delhi

Plot 47, Sector 44, Institutional Area

Gurgaon-122002, Haryana, India

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