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We welcome applications for (volunteer) positions in PHU. If you are interested in any of the following positions (or have an idea you’d like to pitch) send an email to nina@publichealthunited.org with the following information:

1. Reason for why you want to join PHU
2. CV, background information
3. Sample of your writing (doesn’t need to be published writing, a draft of your proposed PHU article would be acceptable, for example)

-Writers needed for news analysis articles and public health 101 articles. Any subject related to public health and issues in public health communication welcome.
1. Guest writer: send us articles whenever you want
2. Official PHU member: contribute at least one article per month (or other significant contribution). This level of commitment will get you a spot on the “About us” page of the website and an offical title.

-Twitter and Facebook updates with daily public health news and thoughts on communication issues

-Podast ideas

-Networking and advertising

-Web Design:
We could use help and feedback on the website, i.e. how to make it look and work better

-Outreach:
We’d like to recruit a few people to connect with the public and interview or survey the public on : where they get their news, if they think it’s reliable, how do they know if it’s reliable, and what is their knowledge on important public health topics.

-Have an idea on how to improve public health communication? Let us know and we’ll work with you to make it happen.

Thanks for your interest in PHU!

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