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FrameWorks maintains an active schedule of presentations, briefings, and workshops.

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Framing Health Equity: Communication Strategies that Work

Drawing on FrameWorks’ research on critical health equity topics like tobacco health burdens, maternal and infant health, and oral health access, we teamed up with a county health director to...


Reframing Adolescence in 2021

2021 is offering opportunities for communicators supporting adolescents and adolescent development.


Framing Poverty

This workshop covered the fundamentals of framing as well as key strategies for those communicating about poverty and related issues.


Framing Systems Change to Make Systems Change

Communicating about systems and the need for systems change is difficult. But there are lessons from the science of communication that can help us communicate effectively about systems and...


Making the Case for Smoke-Free Behavioral Health Settings: Theory & Practice

When it comes to advancing a smoke-free culture in behavioral health, framing matters; the message can enhance or undermine our impact. In planning for change, it’s important to plan the way we...


Frame to Campaign: Our social Care

The last of three sessions on framing social care with UKHCA.


Talking About Poverty in News and PR

The first of two advanced sessions on framing poverty with the JRF media and PR team.


CHAT Session 3 – Framing Homelessness

A workshop with organizations sponsoring Crisis, the homelessness charity.


Framing and Science Communication

Framing can be a valuable tool for those seeking to translate their science for policy makers and members of the general public. This session covers some of the key ideas from the science of...


Framing: The Secret Ingredient of Science Translation

Framing can be a powerful tool in translating science for a change. This presentation lays out four foundational ideas that can help scientists better use what they know to affect the world.


Unlocking Change: The Hidden Power of Frames to Make Change

Framing has the power to shift perspectives and open up new ways of thinking about issues. Learn about a set of evidence-based practices that can be used to advance systemic and structural change.


Five Ways to Talk About Homelessness

A workshop with the Royal Foundation on framing homelessness.