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Job opportunity: PhD in social marketing

2015-12-20T12:08:44+00:00

The Institute for Public Communication (ICP), Faculty of Communication Sciences, at the Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) in Lugano, Switzerland, announces a call for a Doctoral Student and Research Assistant position in Social Marketing. The candidate will join the research team of Professor L. Suzanne Suggs, the BeCHANGE Research Group, in the ICP. During the 3-year doctorate, the candidate will assist Prof. Suggs in her research, teaching, and service activities, and develop and carry out a doctoral research project in social marketing and communication, resulting in a cumulative dissertation and other academic output. The research assistant will conduct research on effective [...]

Job opportunity: PhD in social marketing2015-12-20T12:08:44+00:00

Agents of Change Summit

2015-12-18T08:31:43+00:00

Researchers and practitioners using communication, marketing and technology to shift behaviours are invited to learn and discuss the latest innovations in behaviour change at the Agents of Change Summit. The Australian Association of Social Marketing (AASM) is pleased to support this inaugural event. Held on 8-9th February 2016, in San Diego, CA, this Summit aims to break down the silos between professionals from the various behaviour change pathways, explore the most effective science and technological approaches to creating change, and equip every professional with the tools, resources and network necessary to positively change behaviour. The Agents of Change Summit will feature [...]

Agents of Change Summit2015-12-18T08:31:43+00:00

The 8th Nordic Health Promotion Research Conference, 20–22 June 2016

2015-11-17T13:37:24+00:00

The Nordic Health Promotion Research Network and the local Conference Committee announce the 8th Nordic Health Promotion Research Conference (NHPRC) to be held 20-22 June 2016 at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland. The 8th NHPRC celebrates 20 years of Nordic conferences as the first was held in 1996 in Bergen, Norway. Therefore, the main theme of the conference focuses on the developments of the last 20 years. However, the past is not the main focus but rather it leads the discussion to the current situation and future issues. One of these issues is the implementation of the determinants of health in the [...]

The 8th Nordic Health Promotion Research Conference, 20–22 June 20162015-11-17T13:37:24+00:00

Sustainability and Social Marketing at the 8th EPH Conference

2015-11-14T13:11:10+00:00

Sustainability and Social Marketing at the European Public Health Conference, 14-17 October 2015, Milan, Italy Reflections and relevance to ESMA by L. Suzanne Suggs, ESMA co-founder and Board Member. Sustainability was a central theme of the recent European Public Health Conference: “Health in Europe – from global to local policies, methods and practices” held in Milan Italy last month. It was not only focused on health, but also the environmental consequences of our actions to achieve health, wealth and prosperity.  Among the many excellent and inspiring keynotes and research presentations, a few stood out as particularly relevant to the ESMA community. [...]

Sustainability and Social Marketing at the 8th EPH Conference2015-11-14T13:11:10+00:00

Reflections from the EUPHA Conference, Milan, 2015

2015-11-02T15:17:35+00:00

EUPHA Preconference on Child injury prevention Julie Huibregtsen, one of the ESMA Board Members has presented on social marketing and child safety at the 8th European Public Health Conference (EUPHA), 14-17 October 2015, Milan, Italy. The seminar is part of the European Association for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion (EuroSafe)¹ series of annual European Injury Seminars in collaboration with EUPHA. "As I had been working together with the Dutch Safety alliance Veiligheid NL, I was asked to introduce social marketing as a method for child injury prevention. The field is facing the challenge of changing the behaviour of children, their parents [...]

Reflections from the EUPHA Conference, Milan, 20152015-11-02T15:17:35+00:00

Agents of Change Summit

2015-10-13T09:13:56+01:00

The Australian Association of Social Marketing (AASM) is pleased to support the Agents of Change Summit in its inaugural event. Researchers and practitioners using communication, marketing and technology to shift behaviours are invited to learn and discuss the latest innovations in behaviour change at the Agents of Change Summit. Held on 8-9th February 2016, in San Diego, CA, this Summit aims to break down the silos between professionals from the various behaviour change pathways, explore the most effective science and technological approaches to creating change, and equip every professional with the tools, resources and network necessary to positively change behaviour. Carefully [...]

Agents of Change Summit2015-10-13T09:13:56+01:00

The 12th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion

2015-10-08T15:21:16+01:00

The 12th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion, 18-21 September 2016, Tampere, Finland The World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion is the 12th biennial, international conference on injury prevention and safety promotion. The conference will bring together the world’s leading researchers, practitioners, policy-makers and advocates in the field of injury prevention and safety to debate, discuss and share information and experiences. The research and development topics include, but are not limited to, risk factors, high risk groups, injuries and their causes, violence and trauma care in a broad perspective. Call for abstracts is now open! Abstract submission [...]

The 12th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion2015-10-08T15:21:16+01:00

Utilising Social Marketing Strategies to Improve Public Health Outcomes

2015-10-08T13:30:32+01:00

The application of social marketing principles to achieve specific behavioural goals has been a hallmark of UK public health strategy in recent times.The Utilising Social Marketing Strategies to Improve Public Health Outcomes forum will reflect on the progress made from PHE’s Marketing Plan 2013-14, and outlay strategies for the future through case studies that can be seen as having a direct benefit to society. Delegates will learn how local authorities are creating innovative campaigns to target underexposed sectors in local communities, grappling with more complex medical issues, and how government is continuing to legislate to support local and commercial initiatives. Details: [...]

Utilising Social Marketing Strategies to Improve Public Health Outcomes2015-10-08T13:30:32+01:00

2016 Marketing and Public Policy Conference

2015-10-01T13:31:10+01:00

The AMA's annual Marketing and Public Policy Conference offers a broad range of sessions highlighting the intersection between marketing and public policy. Participants include marketers, academics and public policy makers from around the world and they represent a wide range of universities, agencies and organizations Theme: Fostering Change for Communities and Society The Marketing & Public Policy Conference (MPPC) is the premier national and international event for marketing academics, public policy makers, and marketing practitioners interested in social and public policy. This year’s conference theme, Fostering Change for Communities and Society, highlights the ability of policy efforts to impart change at [...]

2016 Marketing and Public Policy Conference2015-10-01T13:31:10+01:00

The ASSET Pandemic Preparedness and Response Bulletin, “Share and move”

2015-10-01T13:06:12+01:00

The EU-funded project ASSET is aimed to bridge the gap between the scientific community and society in the field of epidemics and pandemics management. This approach was born within the Science in Society (SiS) Action Plan launched by the European Commission in 2001 with the main objective to foster public engagement and a sustained two-way dialogue between science and civil society and to build a framework for Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). That means the setup of a policy driven by the needs of society and engaging all societal players via inclusive participatory approaches. The RRI framework is made of six [...]

The ASSET Pandemic Preparedness and Response Bulletin, “Share and move”2015-10-01T13:06:12+01:00
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