Getting the right information to people at the right time, in the right place and in the right format can be a challenge. How your information materials and resources reach your audience will have a significant impact on how effective they are and it is important to plan your dissemination strategy at the start of any information project. Who your audience is, what you want your resources to do, the shelf life of your materials and how much money you have to spend will all influence your methods of distribution.
This section of the web site explores the important elements involved in disseminating consumer health information; from digital formats to paper based resources, and information aimed at specific audiences.
The information on these pages is written by PIF members, and by experts from outside the membership. If you are a PiF member and you would like to contribute, by suggesting resources, challenging what has been said or adding to the information, you can go to the members area and:
- Join existing group discussions and have your say
- Upload documents or add links to additional resources or websites
- Suggest a new group
- Ask a question
Or, you can submit new material by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org