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The language of health care is complex, but clear communication is necessary for science to flourish.
Recent changes in federal regulations meant that more than 200,000 Veterans became eligible for health care services through the Veterans Health Administration, which serves some 8 million of the country’s 23 million Veterans. The Veterans Health Administration contracted Altarum to develop and implement a marketing and communications strategy to reach these Veterans, providing information and encouraging them to apply for enrollment in VA.
Altarum led the development, production, and distribution of a 30-minute instructional video and 5-minute promotional video on the d-up: Defend Yourself! HIV prevention intervention, which targets African American men who have sex with men.
Teaming with Altarum experts, Palladian Partners developed a variety of communication materials and publications for the presidential initiative Access to Recovery.
Altarum has been involved in several projects to assess and promote nutrition education programs targeting low-income families, including those eligible for the Special Supplemental Program for WIC.
Altarum’s subsidiary, Palladian Partners, plays a key role in crafting social media strategies for clients and creating and presenting content to engage varied audiences.
Altarum provided logistics and planning support to the National Health Information Infrastructure Conference, a Secretarial Summit on Health Information Technology.
Altarum manages the Learning Partnership, which is supported by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
Palladian Partners, an Altarum subsidiary, worked with the Departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Defense and 10 partnering organizations to develop branded promotional and meeting materials for the 2010 Technologies for Critical Incident Preparedness Conference and Exhibition.
U.S. Military Institutional Review Boards rely on science writers from Altarum’s subsidiary, Palladian Partners, to capture their human research discussions accurately and maintain strict confidentiality.
Altarum’s subsidiary, Palladian Partners, has provided wide-ranging strategic communication support to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s sodium reduction campaign.
Altarum’s subsidiary, Palladian Partners, has led or supported NCRR efforts to identify and target media outlets, advocacy groups, and other potential avenues for disseminating materials that highlight NCRR activities.
Since 2007, Altarum’s subsidiary, Palladian Partners, has produced and written the quarterly NCRR Reporter for the National Center for Research Resources at the National Institutes of Health.
With their in-depth understanding of both science and communication, science writers help forge connections between researchers and bring research to the public. Science writers at Palladian Partners, an Altarum subsidiary, contribute articles to each issue of DCEG Linkage, the newsletter of the National Cancer Institute’s Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics.
As part of its nationwide sexually transmitted disease (STD) awareness and prevention campaign, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called on Altarum subsidiary, Palladian Partners, to produce low-literacy English- and Spanish-language brochures for young adults, millions of whom contract an STD every year.
Altarum developed a content strategy and visual redesign for OAR’s Science Serving People website.
As a subcontractor to Rife Communications, Altarum’s subsidiary Palladian Partners provided HHS’s Office on Women’s Health with strategic and tactical recommendations for womenshealth.gov.
Altarum subsidiary Palladian Partners planned, created, and has been hosting a webinar series on earned media for the CDC since 2011.
Altarum produced an Educational Live-footage Video on the Dangers of Excess Sodium Consumption for the CDC.
Altarum and Palladian Partners, an Altarum company, have a multiyear contract to support the NIH Pain Consortium in the selection and operation of Centers of Excellence in Pain Education (CoEPEs).