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Become a trusted and reliable source of health information

XSeries Program in
Health Communication: Strategies for Impact and Success

What you will learn

  • Discover the fundamental principles of effective communication, enabling you to analyze the accuracy of medical information and become a reliable source of knowledge.
  • Build the skills to communicate scientific information through impactful presentations that resonate clearly with a broad range of audiences.
  • Develop an in-depth understanding of the health information ecosystem, with the relevant media skills to interact effectively in this space.
  • Gain strategies to navigate challenging conversations around health information, and facilitate productive exchanges with colleagues, patients, the public, and on social media.
Expert instruction
3 high-quality courses
Progress at your own speed
3 months
2 - 4 hours per week
Discounted price: $672.30
Pre-discounted price: $747USD
For the full program experience

Courses in this program

  1. StanfordOnline's Health Communication: Strategies for Impact and Success XSeries Program

Meet your instructors
from Stanford University (StanfordOnline)

Dr. Jonathan S Berek
Laurie Kraus Lacob Professor, Stanford University School of Medicine; Founder, Stanford Health Communication Initiative, Faculty Director, Health Communication, Stanford Center for Health Education
Stanford University
Dr. Seema Yasmin
Director, Stanford Health Communication Initiative; Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Stanford University; Medical Analyst, CNN; Author and Medical Journalist
Stanford University

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Discounted price: $672.30
Pre-discounted price: $747USD
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