Be sure to check-in at the first online conference for social marketers being sponsored by USAID: Social Marketing for Health in the Developing World: What Have We Accomplished and What Does The Future Hold?
The third day of sessions opened today with the Panel 3 presentations: What's New in Social Marketing for Health?
Rochelle Rainey, Environmental Health Technical Advisor, USAID Global Health Bureau. Water, please! Lessons Learned from Social Marketing of Point-of-Use Drinking Water Treatment Products.
Steve Honeyman, Country Representative, PSI/Nepal. One Size Doesn't Fit All: Why Different Implementation Models are Needed for Different Social Marketing Health Interventions.
Claudia Velasquez, Senior Program Officer for Research and M&E, Institute for Reproductive Health, Georgetown University. Expanding Choice and Increasing Access Through Social Marketing: Offering the Standards Days Methods in Ecuador, Benin and Democratic Republic of Congo.
Robert Porter, Senior Technical Advisor & Margot Fahnestock, Project and Research Manager, Constella Futures. Reassessing HIV Risk in Sub-Saharan Africa: Have We Been Targeting the Right Populations?
James Shelton, Science Advisor, Bureau for Global Health, United States Agency for International Development. Depo-Provera in Uniject: Perfect for Social Marketing.
You will also continue to have access to:
- Panel 1: Presentations on Public Private Partnerships: What Have We Learned?
- Panel 2: Where is the "B" in Behavior Change Communication?
- The Expert Exchange Forum
- Discussion Rooms
- The Exhibit Hall
- Resource Center and the polls.
Registration continues to be free. View and listen to the presentations, contribute your ideas and look up and engage with over 900 of your colleagues on some of the leading issues in the field.