Crisis Communication in Public Health: Difficulties, Realities, Possibilities

Glen Nowak, Invited university lecture, Southern Indiana University, Monday, February 29: I have been invited to speak at a Social Media/Crisis Communication Symposium at Southern Indiana University. The Symposium is open to the public as well as SIU campus community, and will take place at 7 p.m. I will be joined by Kristen Nordlund, a health communications specialist from CDC. Our talk is titled “Crisis Communication in Public Health: Difficulties, Realities, Possibilities.”

Glen Nowak 

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