What an old Christmas song can teach us about stigma in the age of ebola.
About Jarret Cassaniti | Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs | Program Officer
Jarret supports the USAID-funded K4Health project eLearning initiatives including the Nigeria Web-based Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program for Medical Laboratory Scientists. He designs courses in collaboration with subject matter experts, researches technical topics, synthesizes key messages, and develops course content. Jarret’s public health background includes US-based HIV capacity building and continuing medical education in community health centers and community development as a health extension agent in the Peace Corps Zambia.
Yesterday, my colleague opened a forum for discussing Ebola on the Springboard for Health Communication and invited me to join. For two months I’ve been following the outbreak on the news, reading about it on listervs and growing more and more concerned about it.
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