Social Media for Healthcare Professionals

Hear Her: You can help save her life

Social media posts allow you to easily distribute Hear Her campaign messages and materials to your audience. Use your organization’s social media accounts such as Facebook and Twitter to share important information about preventing pregnancy-related deaths. Below are some graphics from the campaign and tailored posts that you can use to share and promote Hear Her on your social media channels.

For materials intended for patients, and caregivers who support patients, visit the Hear Her campaign.

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Here are a few quick tips to help you make the most of your social media posts to promote the Hear Her campaign on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

  • Be sure to keep your posts brief. People are more likely to read short posts than lengthy ones.
  • Connect with partners. Ask them to share the posts or promote the content.
  • Use the campaign hashtag on Twitter and Instagram to label your message: #HearHer, which allows people to group and sort posts with that hashtag.
  • Engage with our social media handles through likes, mentions, and shares.
  • Download images that are sized appropriately for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Download Sample Social Media Images and Posts
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Pregnancy-related deaths can occur up to a year after pregnancy, and most of these deaths are preventable. Many women feel that their concerns are not heard. Be the one to listen. It could help save a life. Learn more https://bit.ly/CDCHearHerProviders #HearHer #MaternalMortality

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Over 700 women in the U.S. die every year of pregnancy-related complications. Deaths can occur up to a year after pregnancy. Most of these deaths are preventable. Many women feel that their concerns during and after pregnancy are not heard. Be the one to listen. It could help save a life. Learn more at https://bit.ly/CDCHearHerProvidersexternal icon. #HearHer #MaternalMortality

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It may not be obvious, but knowing could help save a life. Complications of pregnancy can happen up to a year after pregnancy. That’s why it is important to ask your patient if they are pregnant or have been in the last year. Learn more https://bit.ly/CDCHearHerProvidersexternal icon #HearHer

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It may not be obvious, but knowing could help save a life. Complications of pregnancy can happen up to a year after pregnancy. It’s critical for any healthcare professional to identify patients who are pregnant or were pregnant in the last year and be aware of the urgent maternal warning signs indicating these complications. Ask your patient if they are pregnant or have been pregnant in the last year. Learn more at https://bit.ly/CDCHearHerProvidersexternal icon. #HearHer

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Pediatricians: Women can suffer from pregnancy-related complications up to a year after giving birth. When mom comes in for her infant check-ups, listen for urgent maternal warning signs. It could help save her life. Learn more at https://bit.ly/CDCHearHerProvidersexternal icon. #HearHer

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Pediatricians: Women can suffer from complications related to pregnancy up to a year after giving birth.  When mom comes in for her infant check-ups, listen for urgent maternal warning signs, such as extreme exhaustion, swelling, or thoughts of harming herself or her baby. It could help save her life. Learn more at https://bit.ly/CDCHearHerProvidersexternal icon. #HearHer