Lab Matters Summer 2018 - Page 47

APHL 2018 Annual Meeting Poster Abstracts Presenter: Michael Pentella, PhD, MS, D(ABMM), University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, Phone: 319.384.1573, Email: michael-pentella@uiowa.edu Health Concerns Addressed in North Carolina Through Public Health Laboratory Practices (complete abstract in Quality Systems, p. 88) Using Podcasts to Tell Public Health Stories O. Adair 1 , M. Bradke 2 , S. Johnson 3 ; 1 South Carolina Public Health Laboratory, Columbia, SC, 2 Arkansas Public Health Laboratory, Little Rock, AR, 3 Missouri State Public Health Laboratory, Jefferson City, MO As a part of the Emerging Leaders Program (ELP), Cohort 10 is producing a series of podcasts as a method of communicating the importance of the work done in Public Health Laboratories. ELP, sponsored by the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) National Center for Public Health Laboratory Leadership, is a 12-month leadership development program designed to strengthen the leadership capabilities of mid-level laboratory professionals. Cohort 10, one of the largest thus far, is comprised of 16 professionals from public health and agricultural laboratories from across the United States and Canada with a broad range of technical and managerial expertise. The process used to develop the idea of using podcasts to tell public health laboratory stories was an exercise in team-building. Over several weeks, the cohort @APHL • Public Health Labs in Everyday Life: shares how countless aspects of an individual’s daily life connects back to a public health laboratories • A World Without Public Health Laboratories: scenarios of what would happen with/without public health laboratories • Careers in Public Health Laboratories: highlights a broad range and diversity of public health laboratory careers with personal stories of the paths taken. This poster covers the experience of ELP Cohort 10 in the planning, creating and distribution/marketing of three podcasts as a way of communicating important aspects of public health laboratories. Communications PublicHealthLabs progressed from a brainstorming session which produced over 100 ideas on the most relevant topics in public health to a consensus of three topics for presentation by podcasts. Each podcast intends to tell public health laboratory stories, but each podcast presents different aspects viewed from very different lenses. Buy-in was assured by exploring all expressed opinions and allowing Cohort members to volunteer to work on the podcast that most closely aligned with their passions. As subgroups worked on the 3 podcasts, the Cohort as a whole reviewed the progress of each podcast to ensure the series continued to align with the original goals of the project. Studies have shown that people listening to podcasts has tripled over the last ten years, regardless of age and education. People today multi-task and podcasts are a great way to educate the public in a passive way while they continue to do other activities. As part of this project, the Cohort also identified ѡɕͽɍ́ѼɽՍѡ̸Q Ёɕѕ)ѥ镐ɽЁѼѡ͔ٕɅ̰)͍Ё͍ѕ̰ɥ̰ͭ̽ɕͽɍ̽ѥѕ)Ёյѥ̸%ѡ́ɽаѡȁ́ݕɔ)ɕͽɍ́Ս́ѥЁѕѥ͔)Q͕́ɥɅѥեнͽ݅ɔ)ɕɑѥɅ٥́ݕɔ镐ՔѼ)ɽA!0Qѡɕͽ́ѡЁ͕ɥ́ɔ)A!0ɜ)Aɕ͕ѕ=ȰAMѠ ɽAՉ!Ѡ1Ʌѽ) յM A̸ظİ聅ɽ͌)٥ɽх!Ѡ)ѕéAɕɕɔULAՉ!Ѡ)1Ʌѽɥ́I(єɅЁAɕɕ́I͔̤)QݕٔéMɕѡ٥ɽх1Ʌѽɥ+P]Ё%́ѡ%)L]ɥЀĀ05ȀāͽѥAՉ!Ѡ1Ʌѽɥ̰)MٕȁMɥ5ȁUL٥ɽхAɽѕѥ)]͡ѽ )MхѥذѡUL٥ɽхAɽѕѥ䀡ULA)չѡͽѥAՉ!Ѡ1Ʌѽɥ̀A!0ѡɽ՝)ݼɅѥٔɕ́Ѽɽ٥ѕͥх)ЁѡЁ́٥ɽхɅѽɥ́Ѽե)ѼѕȁɕѼɝ̸ɥѡ)ȵ啅ȁɅѥٔɕаչ́ݕɔ͕ȁمɥ䁽)MյȀ15QQIL()ɽ٥Ʌѽ䁉ͅ䁅͕ɥɅѥ́)ѡUѕMхѕ̸Q́մՑٕ́ȀЁɕЁѹ̰)ɥͥɕɕ͕хѥٕ́ɽɅ́Ս́ѡ  )UL՜Ʌѥѡ ѕ́ȁ5ɔ)5M٥̰́ݕ́ͽѥ́ѡЁɕɕ͕Ё)ɕЁɅѽɥ́Ս́ѡ)Ё ͥ )1Ʌѽ5Ёͽѥѡɥͽѥ)ȁ 䰁ѼܸQ́մ́ѡ͔)х́Ѽ͍̰́Ʌѥ̰́ɽٕ)ݥѠѡٕɅ͡ɥѥ䁥ɵѥѼɽٔ)ͅ䁅͕ɥ䁥ѡѥéɅѽɥ̸=ٕ)ѡ͔ѡЁݼ啅̰ѡմ́ЁͽѼ)͍́ѡ͔ɕՕ́ٔͥѕݥѠѡ)ٕЁѽ́ѡЁɔɕ䁅مA!3éՉ)ͥͅ䁅͕ɥݕͥєܹɜ)ͅ丁Qݕͥє͕́ɕͽɍٕ́ѡAѹ)մՍ́ѡ 1Ʌѽ ͅIͬ5)AɽɅ͕͵Ё 쁄եȁͅ䁽́Ѽ)єݥѠѡȁɅѽѹ́Ʌ)ٕѡѹ́ѡЁ͕A!1́ȁɕ)ɽɅ̰́ݕ́ɕѱ䁉ѡɅѽɥ́ѡ̸͕ٕ)ͥɽѡݕͥєA!0́ͼٕ܁)͍ͥɐɅѕѡɽѼՑѠA!0)ͅɽͥ́ɅѽхѼ͡ɔ)եѡɕЁA!0 ͅ չ䁽AɅѥ)ݥѠͥхɽѡAѹ́մ쁍ɕѥٕ)Ѽ͕ЁЁѼѡɅѽɥ́ɽ́ѡULѼ͍х)ѡȁٕͅ䁅͕ɥɽɅ̸