Category Archives: Public Health

Just A Little Prick

A couple of years ago, as I rode home from work on the bus, I found myself twisting in my seat. “Did I just see what I thought I saw?” I laughed out loud. Hilarious. My next thought was, “What … Continue reading

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Using Social Media to Navigate a Snow Day

Today, people throughout Seattle are either celebrating or commiserating. It’s not a sporting event, it’s a snow day. It’s rare that the city of Seattle gets snow, even though an hour away the mountains get pounded with some of the … Continue reading

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Public Health Must Learn Social Media

As I prepare to teach 60 college seniors about communications strategy next week, I find myself thinking about how my classes have changed in these past three months. Three months ago, a natural disaster weighed down on my family and … Continue reading

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Summer 2011: Northwest Style

Summer isn’t the best time for blogging. Long daylight hours force me outside after work, leaving my blogging undone. Here is a pictorial representation of some of what has been happening in the Northwest this summer.

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Take A Seat: A Survival Guide

A few weeks ago, I got an email from my sister. It was a forward of an article entitled, The most dangerous thing you’ll do all day. With a title like that, I knew it would be something of which … Continue reading

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