This document is not intended to provide “the right answers” to questions you might be asked, but rather to offer illustrations of how to more effectively communicate about children’s oral health. In the following questions and answers, we demonstrate how an advocate might think about turning unproductive frames embedded in questions into opportunities to advance a more effective message.
Strengthening Youth Mental Health
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Reframing the Conversation about Child and Adolescent Vaccinations
The purpose of this brief is to equip physicians, advocates, and public health communicators with the strategies necessary to effectively build understanding of and support for child and...
The Story We’re Telling About Youth Mental Health is Hurting Our Kids
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