Take a look at what CDC programs are doing to reach their target audiences. Explore these links to current campaigns, health communication and social marketing materials, and interventions. Knowing what has worked may help you develop your health promotion materials and campaigns.
Getting older doesn’t have to mean giving up the activities you enjoy.
CDC’s Let’s Stop HIV Together (Together) campaign is the national campaign of the Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. (EHE) initiative and the National HIV/AIDS Strategy. Together is an evidence-based campaign created in English and Spanish. It aims to empower communities, partners, and health care providers to reduce HIV stigma and promote HIV testing, prevention, and treatment.
Over 700 women die each year in this country from problems related to pregnancy or delivery complications. Every death is a tragedy, especially when we know that two thirds of pregnancy-related deaths could be prevented. As many as 50,000 women experience severe, unexpected health problems related to pregnancy that may have long-term health consequences.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) launched the first-ever federally paid national tobacco education campaign—Tips From Former Smokers® (Tips®) – in March 2012. The Tips campaign profiles real people living with serious long-term health effects from smoking and secondhand smoke exposure. Tips also features compelling stories of the toll these smoking-related conditions have taken on family members.
The Tips campaign engages doctors, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, and many other healthcare providers so they can encourage their smoking patients to quit for good.
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The Clean Hands Count campaign aims to:
- Improve healthcare provider adherence to CDC hand hygiene recommendations
- Address the myths and misperceptions about hand hygiene
- Empower patients to play a role in their care by asking or reminding healthcare providers to clean their hands
To help prevent chronic disease and promote healthy living, CDC works with communities, states, tribes, territories, and a variety of federal and nongovernmental partners. This website shares information and resources for communities to make healthy living easier where people live, learn, work, and play.
Medicines are used to treat diseases, manage conditions, and relieve symptoms. Medicines are generally safe when used as prescribed or as directed on the label, but there are risks in taking any medicine.
Our campaigns provide crucial information on prediabetes, type 2 diabetes prevention, and diabetes management to empower people to safeguard and improve their health. Campaign messaging reaches our key audiences through their preferred communication channels, including social media and other digital platforms, print, radio, and broadcast TV.
A health communications campaigns that promote physical activity as a method of arthritis self-management. These campaigns are for general use by state health departments, their partners, and other community organizations.
A broad awareness campaign to promote self-management education (SME) interventions as a chronic disease self-management strategy. SME refers to programs that help people who have ongoing health conditions learn how to live life to the fullest.