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Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center is now accepting registrations for our digital storytelling series, Storytelling as a Tool for Public Health Researchers and Practitioners, in partnership with Story Center. Story Center has been supporting researchers, educators, social justice organizers, and advocates for twenty years, in understanding how first person narrative and participatory digital media production can advance a broad range of public health goals. In alignment with the RMPHTC’s focus to provide learning opportunities to improve public health practice, this series will capture how to use first-person storytelling to use in training, community mobilization, advocacy, and more. 

Story Center has been supporting researchers, educators, social justice organizers, and advocates for twenty years, in understanding how first person narrative and participatory digital media production can advance a broad range of public health goals. In alignment with the RMPHTC’s focus to provide learning opportunities to improve public health practice, this series will capture how to use first-person storytelling to use in training, community mobilization, advocacy, and more. 

Date/Time: October 20th – December 8th 10:00 AM

Sessions in Series: 

October 20: The Role of Narrative in Public Health

November 10: The Ethics of Digital Storytelling for Public Health

December 8: Who’s Watching? Sharing Public Health Digital Stories for Maximum Impact