Free webinar: Communicating for greater health impact in WHO’s Western Pacific Region

The digital age has profoundly changed the way people engage with each other and the world. The rapid pace of information flow, the rise of social media influencers and the declining trust in governments and institutions requires a shift in the way the World Health Organization (WHO) communicates with key stakeholders and the support it provides to its Member States. In the Western Pacific Region, WHO is responding to this challenge and turning it into an opportunity though the Communication for Health (C4H) approach.  

C4H recognises the power of communication as a tool for health. The approach harnesses insights from social, behavioural and communication sciences to create more targeted, people-centred and impactful communication. 

Join us for this webinar as colleagues from WHO discuss the vision for C4H and how they are working with partners to adopt and scale up the approach to contribute to better health outcomes in the Western Pacific.  

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It gives us great pleasure to announce that the winner of the 2024 AMWA Early Career Award is Alexa Arganda. Her article entitled "Mind over matter? Exploring the impact of childhood trauma on the developing brain" stood out to this year’s judges for its insightful overview of a complex and sensitive topic.

We hope you’ll join us in congratulating her and look forward to seeing what her future career will bring.

Read Alexa's winning article here.

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