As the opioid epidemic continues and evolves, so too must the way we communicate about this important issue. But how can we leverage communications best practices as we talk about opioids in a way that resonates and moves people to action?
In this interactive session, communications experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the public relations firm ICF Next will offer participants actionable tips and ideas for leveraging effective communications principles in addressing the opioid epidemic. They will discuss how to message around this important topic to myriad audiences and review what works — and what doesn’t — when delivering messages and information to the public. Participants will have time to brainstorm solutions to their unique communications challenges with expert guidance from the presenters. Come ready to share and learn from each other during this engaging and collaborative session.
This session is accredited for the following accreditation types: CME, CNE, CPE, APA, AAFP, AAHCPAD*, NAADAC*, ASWB*
*State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be accepted for continuing education credit.