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Guide to Health Communication
This detailed guide to health communication explores both the history and present-day applications of the specialization and its related products. It also explains the four general areas of health communication, which include health promotion, patient-provider interactions, health care interventions, and communication technology. Students interested in pursuing an education in the field can find information about the different degree paths available, as well as potential careers in a wide range of industries.Read more
Health Communication Case Studies
This case study follows the creation of a printed manual containing education and suggestions on general cancer treatment.
Document Creation - Skills Used
This case study examines how health professionals in a small rural community handled a measles outbreak.
Emergency Response - Skills Used
Explore Master's in Health Communication Programs
Research campus, hybrid, and online programs by state with our comprehensive directory of Master's in Health Communication programs in the United States.
Learn More About Master's in Health Communication Programs with Our Graduate School Interview Series
To help students better research master’s degrees in health communication, MastersinCommunications.com interviewed professors, program directors, and other faculty members from programs across the country. These exclusive interviews contain valuable insights on each program’s structure, curriculum, requirements, capstone options, and more, as well as advice on submitting a competitive application and why students should consider enrolling.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Below are FAQs with in-depth answers to questions related to health communication degree programs, careers in the field, and more.