This is Public Health Toolkit
US Association of Schools of Public Health [ASPH] - 2008
“….Most people don't understand what public health is, much less how it impacts their daily lives. The “This Is Public Health” campaign was designed to let people know that public health affects them on a daily basis and that we are only as healthy as the world we live in.
The campaign utilizes stickers with the slogan “This is Public Health” placed in strategic locations around communities to build awareness of the many ways in which public health impacts our well being. …”
“……As part of the “This is Public Health”campaign, ASPH has developed the This is Public Health toolkit to which will serve as a resource for anyone who is interested in educating others about public health issues or the field of public health. The materials in the toolkit are suggestions or templates, which can either be used as is, or tailored to suit your specific audiences.
The toolkit also includes links for other sources that can increase knowledge of public health both inside and outside of the classroom. Through the toolkit, we hope to provide a hub containing more information on both the “This is Public Health ” campaign and the field as a whole. Materials will be provided that target a range of individuals, accommodating varying age groups and differing levels of familiarity with the field of public health. …”
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