The SPR Communications plan is designed to increase member engagement and promote the society through social media channels. Connect with SPR through Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!
A. Increase presence on social media
1. #WeAreSPR posts
The #WeAreSPR campaign will go through out 2020 to highlight the diversity of our membership and of Prevention Science. These posts should be limited to less than 280 characters as these will be posted to Twitter and Facebook and can include links to other sources, materials, etc. The content can be very broad but the idea should be to focus on diversity and breadth of SPR.
2. Twitter Chats or Twitter Threads
SPR will sponsor several Twitter Chats or Twitter Threads using the hashtags #WeAreSPR #PreventionScience #PreventionScienceChat to promote discussions of prevention science with a focus on diversity and breadth of SPR.
3. Other Social Media Content
Highlighting work, recent grants received, interesting pilot, other related prevention science content, presentations at other conference of our membership
4. Increase Followers on Instagram Page
We will continue to work to increase followers on Instagram. We are always looking for image-based content so please send any photos, infographics, images, etc our way!
B. Continue to work with Prevention Science Programs [https://preventionresearch.org/conferences/training/]
1. Work with prevention science programs to promote content on social media
C. Update SPR webpage to include member news page
1. Highlight members and their prevention science work.
SPR Member Communications Committee
Keryn Pasch, Chair
Amanda Sisselman-Borgia, Social media coordinator
Nadine Finigan-Carr, DNC liaison
Kim Henry, SPR Board liaison
Larissa Maier, DNC and International committee liaison
Lauren Supplee, Advocacy committee liaison
Elizabeth Weybright, ECPN liaison
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