Promoting Activities & Accomplishments

Communicating the goal and importance of the EMSC program in your state is essential. Every individual with whom you come in contact is a potential advocate for children and their unique needs. By educating those unfamiliar with the EMSC Program and enhancing the knowledge of those who are vaguely familiar with EMSC, you are gathering the much needed support that is essential for system change in your state.

EMSC Communications: How to Share our Successes

EMSC Communications: How to Share our Successes. Marc Auerbach, MD, MSCi, Emily Lemiska, BA, Phyllis Hendry, MD, FAAP, FACEP, Eileen Klein, MD, MPH, Mike Ely, MHRM

Recorded session (48 minutes) from the 2021 EMSC All Grantee Meeting.

Objectives:

  • Succinctly state the value/purpose of three of the HRSA/EMSC funded programs to a member of the public
  • Describe three new effective communications channels/strategies/practices used by other HRSA/EMSC funded programs that you will apply in your program
  • Commit to improving collaboration with other HRSA/EMSC funded programs when communicating about your program over the next year
Best practices to help enhance your communication strategies

Communication Strategies

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