They’re not as well known as the Academy Awards, but in the public health realm, the Web Health Awards pack a punch.
That’s why FHI 360’s Social Marketing and Communication (SMC) video team is pleased to announce that three of the “Making the Business Case for Prevention” videos we produced on behalf of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Division of Community Health recently won a Web Health Awards Recognition-of-Merit Award. It is the 16th year of this prestigious competition that receives thousands of submissions and selects the best in digital health resources for consumers and health professionals.
Our winning, documentary-style vignettes feature real-life, business-success stories that demonstrate how good health is good business. The vignettes were created to build support for community health within the business sector and to encourage similar public health initiatives nationwide.
Several more “Making the Business Case for Prevention” videos, including one in Spanish, are slated for release by 2015. They are examples of the broad-ranging video work that FHI 360 has created over the course of many years on behalf of various campaigns for CDC, the U.S. National Institutes of Health and others.
These videos show something that we know well through our work here at FHI 360: It takes the entire community to identify and support solutions to the challenges presented by the complex world in which we live.
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