On Tuesday 9th September, a one day learning event was held at Ko Awatea – Creating Useable Content for the Use in Social Media.
The event was developed in partnership with the 1000 Lives Improvement Service in Public Health Wales and was chaired by Andrew Cooper, Communications Manager, 1000 Lives Improvement & Communications Consultant for Ko Awatea, who also presented a case study on how to create content.
This day was about teaching staff working in communications and quality improvement about developing the skills to ensure that communications and the content we generate informs, engages and improves the quality of the services we provide for the people we serve.
The day consisted of five interactive workshops:-
- Writing blogs that engage – facilitated by Aimee Hillary, Ko Awatea
- Creating videos using technology you already have – facilitated by Baz Caitcheon, Story Town
- Create infographics to share complex reports and ideas – facilitated by Perrin Rowland, Waitemata DHB
- Taking photos that get shared – facilitated by Suzanne Kendrick, The Connector
- Planning your social media activity – facilitated by Jason Ranston, Ko Awatea
This learning event was attended by 29 staff from within CM Health and a further 23 staff from 14 other DHB’s and organisations throughout New Zealand and Australia.
You can see the full photo gallery on our Facebook page.
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