Health foundations can play an important role in restoring trust in our nation’s public health system. They are well-positioned to strategically deploy a variety of resources and engage myriad stakeholders to ensure accessible, accurate health information.

To foster connection and information sharing among health funders, GIH created a community of practice for communications staff designed to foster peer relationships, accelerate the sharing of innovative and effective communications approaches, and identify strategies to combat misinformation and disinformation. The community of practice offers virtual and in-person learning opportunities; connects peers in the field; and acts as a hub for resources, including sample documents, tool kits, and templates.

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Misinformation

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KFF Health Misinformation Tracking Poll Pilot

April 1, 2024
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The Journalist’s Resource’s article about visual health misinformation acts as a primer and research roundup. The article includes links to articles and additional research.

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Visual Health Misinformation: A Primer and Research Roundup

April 1, 2024
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The Journalist’s Resource’s article about visual health misinformation acts as a primer and research roundup. The article includes links to articles and additional research.

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Where We Go From Here: Health Misinformation on Social Media

March 4, 2024
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The American Journal of Public Health’s article explains how health misinformation spreads on social media and how to combat the spread of misinformation.

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If you would like to join the Communications Community of Practice, please contact Samantha Ostenso for more information.