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  • This hands-on guide offers practical advice on all aspects of science communication. It features a tightly interwoven fabric of issues: product types, target groups, written communication, visual communication, validation processes, practices of efficient workflow, distribution, promotion, advertising, and much more. Extremely practical, the guide provides the necessary "shortcuts" to produce outreach products of high quality. All concepts are explained with simple terms and illustrative examples while check lists and short "to-the-point" overviews enable rapid progress and quick results.

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  • Science communicators Guide "(ISBN 0-387-26324-1) is a book that shows how to create science and communication between the perfect combination of inspiration and his many years of experience in the field examples from the Hubble European Space Agency Information Center provided by Lars Lindberg Christensen, and many hands-on practical science communication of the core issues opinions

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  • Inside The Minds The first “how” is to conduct another round of market research to determine whether your target audience was affected by your communications and outreach efforts. Are consumers more aware of your company name and product? Has there been an increase in demand for your product or service? Is your Web site getting more traffic and inquiries? The marketing agency you used before launching the PR campaign can help you with the followup market research.

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  • e Affordable Care Act (ACA) will significantly expand access to affordable health coverage in California starting in 2014. Californians with the lowest incomes will have access to coverage under the expansion of Medi-Cal, while millions of low- and middle-income families will be eligible for subsidies through the California Health Benefit Exchange (the Exchange). Demand for health insurance in the state will also increase as a result of the minimum coverage requirement.

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  • Please visit your local Small Business Development Centers, SCORE locations, Women’s Business Centers, Export Assistance Centers and Veterans Business Outreach Centers. These resources provide professional business counselors who can offer free one- on-one counseling and business training classes. When you’re looking for small business financing, go to a lender that can offer the option of an SBA-backed loan. We are continuing to streamline the paperwork on SBA loans to help our lending partners support your access to small business capital.

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  • Key Observatory objectives during 2012/2013 are to (1) obtain external grants and funding to sup- port new research projects; (2) strengthen the Observatory's research capacity in astronomy and related sciences by recruiting 2{3 PhD students and providing a high-quality research environment to facilitate their advanced training and that of other Observatory sta ; and (3) build on the Observatory's involve- ment in the DCAL Learning Strategy by developing new initiatives in education and public outreach associated with the Observatory's programme of Science in the Community.

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  • Charities Are More Likely to Have a Paid Staff Volunteer Coordinator. We asked respondents if their charity or congregational social service outreach activity has a paid staff person whose responsibility includes management of volunteers. Three out of five charities (62 percent) report that they have such a person. Roughly a third (37 percent) of congregations that manage volunteers in social service outreach activities say that a staff person has responsibility for this management. Paid Staff Coordinators Spend Little Time Managing Volunteers.

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  • Where relevant, account should be taken of possible socio-economic impacts of research, including its intended and unintended consequences and the inherent risks and opportunities. A sound understanding of this issue should be demonstrated both at the level of research design and research management. In this context, where appropriate, the projects should ensure engagement of relevant stakeholders (e.g.

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  • The Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) promotes the U.S. economy and public welfare by providing technical leadership for the Nation’s measurement and standards infrastructure. ITL develops tests, test methods, reference data, proof of concept implementations, and technical analyses to advance the development and productive use of information technology.

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  • The Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology promotes the U.S. economy and public welfare by providing technical leadership for the nation’s measurement and standards infrastructure. ITL develops tests, test methods, reference data, proof-ofconcept implementations, and technical analyses to advance the development and productive use of information technology.

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  • As indicated above, while YouthAIDS highlighted PSI’s ability to manage consumer brands, this same discipline had not been applied to the corporate “PSI brand.” PSI’s core audience was defined as those who influence resource decisions for public health investments in developing countries. As a result, PSI had focused its branding and outreach efforts with multi- and bi- lateral government donors. PSI had not been historically marketed to a broader audience and was not well-known to the general public.

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  • Another of ICI’s key missions is to promote public understand- ing of funds and their investors. To that end, we stepped up our outreach to the media and the public. Two key develop- ments were the launch of ICI Viewpoints, a forum providing our commentary on key issues as they emerge, and our increased profile in the broadcast media. Through these and other means, we have achieved some success in informing coverage and shaping opinions on key policy questions. This new level of eˆort across so many fronts produced tan- gible results.

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  • This case study examines an integrated marketing communications success story: Subaru’s 14-year unwavering, authentic relationship with the gay and lesbian communities during which sales have doubled. Subaru reached out to the gay and lesbian consumers in 1995, beginning with corporate sponsorship of the Rainbow Card, followed by gay and lesbian-specific advertising campaigns and numerous strategic sponsorships. Subaru’s corporate communication efforts were and continue to be revolutionary considering U.S.

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  • To engage communities, particularly environmental justice communities, communities in a dialog about the development of this rulemaking early in the process Part of EPA’s overall outreach strategy to stakeholders Builds on EPA’s earlier Clean Air Act 101 webinar for EPA s communities Rulemaking combines several regulatory programs including programs that look at risk and those that don’t ► ► .

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  • ITVS provides funding, creative development, production advice, and launch support (including marketing, publicity, website, station relations and outreach) for projects created by independent producers. In FY 2013, ITVS will produce the Latino American Graduate as part of the American Graduate initiative. ITVS will also execute an extensive promotion and engagement effort for the upcoming broadcast of Half the Sky, the primetime PBS series about international human trafficking premiering in October, which is part of the broader Women and Girls Lead initiative.

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  • The international association congress market brings together members with common professional, scientific or social interests. The associations vary in size and membership, can be regional or international in scope and use meetings as one of the most important communication methods amongst members. The associations also use their meetings as a key revenue generator to support the headquarters and fund outreach activities such as specialised research and public health campaigns as well as programmes in developing countries.

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  • Volunteers Provide Substantial Benefits to Charities and Congregations. In 2003, approximately 63.8 million Americans volunteered in or through an organization, while thousands of charities and congregational social service programs engaged and managed these volunteers. Charities and congregations report that these volunteers are important to their operations, and that volunteers do a good job in providing services.

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  • Develop initiatives to increase understanding of early social and emotional development. Developing initiatives to increase public understanding of the important developmental needs and milestones for children, as well as information on supporting those milestones, is a critical way to promote social, emotional and behavioral health. Information about early childhood mental health, early indicators of risk and mental health disorders and ways that parents can best support their child’s early social and emotional development can be shared through a variety of means.

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  • Service delivery for NTD control in Kenya and most African countries has primarily been through a vertical approach and has not fully leveraged the contribution of other sectors. GHI in Kenya will provide technical assistance to GOK’s health sector in facilitating the incorporation of NTD prevention and management into maternal and child health platforms, and into the educational system to reach adolescents. GHI will work with the GOK Ministries of Education, Medical Services and Public Health and Sanitation on the implementation of the interventions.

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  • The focus on priority populations (1) within a population health approach challenges public health practitioners to make the intervention more accessible, engage in outreach activities and/or to develop specifi c strategies for priority populations. Priority populations exist where evidence points to health inequities or inequalities in the social determinants of health. For example, HBHC program interactions and referral activities include both universal and targeted high-risk family interventions.

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