Well, we’ve made it. 2021 is nearly upon us, and we couldn’t be happier to usher 2020 right out that proverbial door. We won’t harp on what a difficult year it’s been — and in so many ways. Instead, we’ll focus on what we do best: geeking out about health literacy!
For health literacy lovers like us, the COVID-19 pandemic has presented unprecedented communication challenges. And as we’ve all tried to figure out how to overcome them together, we hope you’ve found our content on communicating about COVID helpful.
So this week, we’re bringing you a roundup of sorts — we’ve put our favorite COVID-related posts in one place (broken down by category) to assist you with all your COVID communication needs. Check them out below!
And as we reflect on this wild ride of a year, we also want to take a minute to thank you, our dear readers, for being the very best dear readers. We ❤ bringing you this content, and we simply couldn’t ask for a more thoughtful, passionate, and helpful audience. So, thank you.
With that, we’ll see you in 2021.
The bottom line: We hope you’ve found our COVID-related content helpful this year — here’s to overcoming health comm challenges in 2021!
Let’s get this country vaccinated
- Communicating About Antibodies
- Explaining Vaccine Trial Phases
- Gearing Up for Effective COVID-19 Vaccine Communication
Fight harmful misinformation with us!
Racism is a public health crisis
Know your audience
- Talking to Kids About Coronavirus
- Talking to Teens About Coronavirus
- Talking to Older Adults About Coronavirus
Help people stay safe
- COVID Comm Lessons from the Safer Sex Toolbox
- Going Beyond 6 Feet
- Harm Reduction During the Coronavirus Pandemic
- How to Explain “Good Hygiene”
- Understanding Isolation, Quarantine, and Social Distancing
- Keeping the Public in COVID-19 Public Health Guidance
- Numeracy 101: Making Sense of Numbers During COVID-19
- Outbreaks and Epidemics and Pandemics — Oh My!
- Reimagining the Coronavirus Postcard
- Talking About Anything Other Than Coronavirus
- User Testing from a Safe (Social) Distance
- What to Call the Coronavirus
Tweet about it: #COVID19 has served up more #HealthComm challenges than we can count. So as we head into 2021, check out @CommunicateHlth’s roundup of posts to help you #communicateCOVID: https://bit.ly/2X0J4gI #HealthLit
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