WHAT: Monthly Emerging Leaders luncheon to discuss media relations and information sharing in the digital age with the Oregonian’s Metro South bureau chief Tom Wolfe and Assistant Bureau Chief Amy Wang
WHEN: November 17th at noon
WHERE: Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue’s Command and Business Operations Center, 11945 SW 70th Avenue, Tigard 97223
MENU: Penne pasta with a meat sauce, focaccia bread and salad. Vegetarian pasta option also available. (Cost $10)
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Also, check out a resource recently shared by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Health Communicator’s Social Media Toolkit, originally released in September 2010, is a resource designed to provide partners with guidance and to share CDC’s lessons learned in integrating social media into health campaigns. The second edition is now available with additional information on developing trends in social media, best practices and a campaign example highlighting Vital Signs, a monthly program that focuses on a single, important health topic that provides a “call to action” for different audiences. Updated information includes the following:
- Expanded Mobile Health section including information on mobile websites, downloadable applications and SMS text messaging.
- Increased capabilities of Twitter to include Twitter Chats, Twitterviews, and Twitter Town Halls.
- Enhanced best practices insight for Facebook, Twitter and Blogs.