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Semblie: Introduction and New Feature Demo

March 17 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Free

Join a live training session for Semblie, a free platform for developing digital health interventions. Semblie was specifically designed with the needs of public health researchers and practitioners in mind. This web-based platform makes it easy to create interactive decision aids and tailored health education tools. This session will introduce the Semblie platform and the types of content that can be designed. We will also demo the new drag-and-drop feature for designing slides in Semblie.

This session is for anyone interested in using Semblie for public health interventions or research. No prior experience with Semblie is required for this session. For more information about Semblie, please visit https://semblie.rti.org/.

Presenters:
Laura Wagner
MPH, Health Behavior / Health Education, University of North Carolina
BA, Cognitive Science, University of Virginia
Laura Wagner, a research public health analyst with RTI’s Center for Communication Science, has over a decade of professional experience in health communication and public health research. Her expertise includes patient-centered outcomes, cancer prevention and care, digital and social media strategy, and virtual and augmented reality. She is skilled at both quantitative and qualitative research methods, including the design, conduct, and analysis of surveys, focus groups, in-depth interviews, behavioral measures, and web analytics.

Juliana Hoover
BA, Linguistics, Duke University
Juliana Hoover is a public health analyst in RTI’s Center for Communication Science. She has experience supporting both quantitative and qualitative health communication studies, including interviews, focus groups, surveys, text analysis, literature reviews, and usability testing studies. She has supported projects for a range of clients including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Semblie was developed by RTI International with funding from NC TraCS.

For any questions regarding this event, please email Laura Villa-Torres at laura_villatorres@med.unc.edu.

Details

Date:
March 17
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Website:
http://apps2.research.unc.edu/events/index.cfm?event=events.go&key=B114

Other

Contact Name
Laura Villatorres
Contact Email/Phone
laura_villatorres@med.unc.edu