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.
In 2013, the Division of Viral Hepatitis, along with our partner, Hep B United, launched Know Hepatitis B, a national communications campaign promoting Hepatitis B testing among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs). This multilingual campaign has materials in English, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese, and messages will be delivered through a variety of multi-media channels. Learn More.
The Rx Awareness campaign tells the real stories of people whose lives were torn apart by prescription opioids. The goal of the campaign is to increase awareness that prescription opioids can be addictive and dangerous. The campaign also strives to decrease the number of individuals who use opioids recreationally or overuse them.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.