Posted on 25 giugno 2020 Italian Social Marketing Network Newsletter 178 Italian Social Marketing Network – Newsletter 178 by Giuseppe Fattori Powered by Harnessing Social Media to Listen to Community – Social Marketing @ Griffith From www.youtube.com – Today, 19:35 Social media use is ubiquitous capturing people from all walks of life. Many use social media to convey attitudes, opinions and preferences. Michael will unpack social listening showing you how you can get in touch with the communities you serve and show you how the insights can be put into action. This talk will give practical examples showcasing how listening to the community has created change through campaigns, policy actions and more. Promoting Health on Social Media: The Way Forward – Lorien C. Abroms. From journals.sagepub.com – Today, 18:48 Figuring out how to make our digital technologies health promoting is one of the key public health challenges of the 21st century. Social media has become a dominant and pervasive force in modern societies, affecting people’s daily habits and patterns both in the United States and in other parts of the world. In many ways, the ubiquity of social media presents exciting opportunities for improving public health. Toward a Common Agenda for the Public and Private Sectors to Advance Digital Health Communication From www.scoop.it – Today, 22:26 The original anti-vaxxers How the zeal of Edward Jenner contributed to today’s culture wars – The Economist From www.1843magazine.com – Today, 20:34 Since the dawn of vaccination there has been a war of disinformation, propagated by both sides. The anti-vaccinationists have lied, bent statistics, invented scare stories and buried facts that undermine their case. They have committed crimes against medicine, science and humanity, and exposed millions to the dangers of preventable infections. The other side may be guilty of far less heinous crimes, but it is not blame-free. The evangelistic desire to spread the benefits of vaccines as widely as possible led pro-vaccinationists to play down the risks, giving fuel to arguments against vaccination. AReSS Puglia – Caffè “corretto” per tutti! From www.facebook.com – Today, 18:31 Chi lo vuole con humour, chi con utopia, chi freddo freddissimo, chi bollente e dolcissimo, chi amaro amarissimo. Scegliete il vostro caffè…purché “corretto”. Coronavirus e società – Intervista al Prof. Giuseppe Tipaldo di Loredana Masseria From www.scoop.it – Today, 18:16 Being black while in nature: ‘You’re an endangered species’ From www.theguardian.com – Today, 19:22 It has been argued that this unequal access is the product of unequal interest, but there is a long history of public lands spaces intentionally excluding black people, including through very concrete rules which prevented black people from accessing public lands. World No Tobacco Day 2020: protecting youth From www.euro.who.int – Today, 19:08 How the industry targets youth In its efforts to manipulate young people, the tobacco industry has resorted to embellishing products to make them more appealing to specific demographics, particularly via packaging or branding. This has been especially evident in the recent explosion of interest in e-cigarettes and heated tobacco products. One of the most significant innovations by the industry involves its marketing strategies. Across sectors, advertising is increasingly moving online and the tobacco industry is no different – tobacco companies are turning more and more to social media influencers to market these dangerous products. E-cigarettes are harmful to health From www.who.int – Today, 18:58 Globally, there are 1.1 billion adult smokers, 60% of them want or intend to quit. Much has been written and said about the potential of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) such as e-cigarettes to help tobacco users quit. While the evidence is still inconclusive, e-cigarettes are often used along with one or more tobacco products. As this is the practice with many ENDS users, the health effects of two or more products are combined. ISDE-Medici per l’ambiente Modena From isdemodena.net – Today, 23:03 ISDE Modena è …. azione, informazione, sensibilizzazione, formazione ed educazione per una migliore qualità dell’ambiente e della salute …. per tutti. Social Media e Promozione della Salute – Di Giuseppe Fattori From www.slideshare.net – Today, 22:05 Il Dossier completo su “la Salute umana” CULTURA E SALUTE EDITORE PERUGIA “Lo sai che….” clip di marketing sociale su ambiente e salute al Green social festival From marketingsociale.net – Today, 21:13 Da dove vengono i virus. Pipistrelli, zibetti, pangolini o bioterroristi? – ISDE (Medici per l’ambiente Modena) UNIMORE From www.imartedidiisde.unimore.it – Today, 11:21 8 luglio 2020, ore 15:00-16:00 Webinar del Prof. Claudio Cermelli, virologo Unimore Pipistrelli, zibetti, pangolini o bioterroristi? Da dove vengono i virus. Interverranno il Magnifico Rettore di Unimore, Prof. Carlo A. Porro e il Presidente di ISDE – Modena, Dott. Paolo Lauriola. Per informazioni: firstname.lastname@example.org La cura che passa attraverso gli occhi – Di Sandro Spinsanti From www.sandrospinsanti.eu – Today, 18:09 Durante l’emergenza la pratica della medicina obbedisce a regole diverse rispetto a quelle dei tempi normali? Potremmo capirlo: emergenza evoca fretta e urgenza; magari anche insufficienza di risorse per tutti quelli che hanno bisogno di cure, con l’incombere dell’eventualità di dover fare scelte tragiche. Ma “emergenza” può significare anche, etimologicamente, far venire allo scoperto qualcosa che abitualmente resta sotto […] HIMSS launches new definition of digital health From www.mobihealthnews.com – Today, 19:29 The nonprofit professional organization hopes to unify the industry with an active, useful definition of an often ambiguous term. Ask 10 healthcare stakeholders what “digital health” is and odds are you’ll get 10 different answers. Lifestyle Medicine Could Be The Key For Digital Health Adoption – Dr. Bertalan Meskó The Medical Futurist From medicalfuturist.com – Today, 19:27 Lifestyle medicine addresses the root causes of disease with evidence-based therapies in lifestyle behaviors like diet, exercise, sleep and stress. Disparità di genere. I costi umani e sociali della disuguaglianza – Chiara Saraceno festivalfilosofia2019 From www.festivalfilosofia.it – Today, 19:12 Tra diseguaglianze nel mercato del lavoro e mancato riconoscimento del lavoro domestico prevalentemente a carico delle donne, la discriminazione delle donne evidenzia arretratezze economiche e culturali. Quali sono, allora, i costi umani e sociali della disparità di genere? Exposure to Electronic Cigarette Television Advertisements Among Youth and Young Adults – Pediatrics From pediatrics.aappublications.org – Today, 19:01 RESULTS: Youth exposure to television e-cigarette advertisements, measured by target rating points, increased 256% from 2011 to 2013. Young adult exposure increased 321% over the same period. More than 76% of all youth e-cigarette advertising exposure occurred on cable networks and was driven primarily by an advertising campaign for 1 e-cigarette brand. Key Drivers of Maternal Deaths. From maternalhealthatlas.org – Today, 18:53 Changes in a country’s population size, age, and birth rate impact maternal mortality. Where has population growth led to more maternal deaths? What about an increase in birth rates in older mothers? Have pregnancies become safer or more dangerous over time? Hybrid Ethnography: Online, Offline, and In Between (Qualitative Research Methods Book 58) – Di Przybylski Liz From www.amazon.it – Today, 18:27 Today’s research landscape requires an updated set of analytical skills to tell the story of how people interact with and make meaning from contemporary culture. Hybrid Ethnography: Online, Offline, and In Between provides researchers with concrete and theory-based processes to combine online and offline research methods to tell the story of how and why people are interacting with expressive culture.