I recently had the privilege of attending a George Washington University Health Communication and Marketing symposia on Social Marketing and Games. It’s a topic that has seen significant growth in recent years, and being a big Scrabble nerd and Wii Just Dance buff, I had particular interest in. Whether using board games, video games, or [...]
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This post was originally posted to Ogilvy PR’s 360 Digital Influence’s Fresh Influence blog.
In recent weeks, many of our government clients have been asking if they should incorporate QR codes into their educational materials. This is great news as QR codes can be an excellent tool for connect citizens to government services [...]
There’s been a lot of great (and exciting) stories related to social health circulating around the interwebs this week. Here are a few I found most interesting:
JAMA Commentary on Games for Health: This commentary, from Dr. J. Leighton Read and Dr. Stephen Shortell, encourages practitioners, health care providers, and policy makers to place more attention [...]