Jodi Sperber
PhD Candidate, Brandeis University

About Me

Jodi Sperber, MSW, MPH, has been involved in public health research, communications, policy, and program development for over fifteen years. Her areas of technical expertise include curriculum development, writing, survey instrument design, qualitative research methodology and analysis, and the strategic creation and management of social media channels. In addition to more traditional research and evaluation roles, she helps to develop and create written content for digital communications (social media channels, websites, and the mobile web) as well as eLearning modules. Recent projects include development of a CDC-funded interactive mobile app for Android and iOS focused on HIV medication adherence, content development for a social media toolkit for the National Minority AIDS Council entitled, “HIV Prevention Goes Social: Using Social Media to Create, Connect, and Come Together” and creation of a web-based training module aimed at clinical providers and community partners to encourage HIV medication adherence. 

At Medicine X 2015

Saturday, September 6 12:50 pm (LK 102)
Patient driven, patient centered care: Examining engagement within a health community based on Twitter
Patient Driven, Patient Centered Care: Examining Engagement within a Health Community Based on TwitterBackgroundHealth is a series of everyday choices and experiences that may or may not involve a formal... Read more
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