Fragmented media landscape with inattentive public, a call to reinvent the health communication model: “The BIG 3” Interview With Jay Winsten

April 19, 2016 — HSPH News: “Jay Winsten is the Frank Stanton Director of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Center for Health Communication and associate dean for health communication, which recently celebrated its thirtieth anniversary. He talks about the Center’s newest initiative—a campaign to prevent injuries and fatalities caused by ‘distracted driving,’ which encompasses not only the use of smart phones while behind the wheel but also a broad array of other distractions.”
Read HSPH News “The BIG 3” interview.