ARTT Project Covered by Public Health Review Morning Edition

The interview was with Public Health Review Morning Edition, a daily podcast covering public health. 

ARTT Project Principal Investigator Connie Moon Sehat was interviewed on behalf of the ARTT project by Public Health Review Morning Edition, a daily podcast covering public health. Listen to Sehat’s interview here.

The conversation took place while attending the 2022 National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing and Media, hosted in Atlanta GA by the National Public Health Information Coalition and the CDC.

Produced by the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), Public Health Review Morning Edition provides daily insights about the Association’s news, announcements, and public health initiatives. The Association is the national nonprofit organization representing public health agencies in the United States, the U.S. Territories, and the District of Columbia.

By Analysis and Response Toolkit for Trust

The Analysis and Response Toolkit for Trust or ARTT is focused on helping people engage in trust-building ways when discussing vaccine efficacy and other topics online.

Our central tool, the ARTT Guide, will provide insights into points of analysis and response during conversations around complicated discussions such as vaccines and vaccinations.

Conversations, especially trusted ones, take both reliable information and creative skill. We know that people in the middle of discussions are faced with different contexts, challenges, and needs. Our toolkit shows different possibilities for these conversations.