Causes Or Cures

Inconsistent Public Health Messaging, Political & Industry Bias, & How People Respond: In the Age of COVID-19

June 29, 2020 Dr. Erin Stair Episode 33
Causes Or Cures
Inconsistent Public Health Messaging, Political & Industry Bias, & How People Respond: In the Age of COVID-19
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Causes Or Cures
Inconsistent Public Health Messaging, Political & Industry Bias, & How People Respond: In the Age of COVID-19
Jun 29, 2020 Episode 33
Dr. Erin Stair

While this podcast focuses on what's happening with COVID-19, it could be applied to any public health intervention in present times.
In this episode, Dr. Erin Stair discusses inconsistencies in public health messaging, political and industrial biases, and how those factors interact and impact how people will respond. She explains why consistent and objective public health messaging is more important now than ever. She discusses how inconsistent messaging and underlying biases will affect who people trust when it comes to healthcare advice, who wears a face mask and who doesn't, who complies with future lockdown or social distancing orders and how these factors will affect vaccine hesitancy, which is clearly on the rise.

To get in touch with Dr. Erin Stair, please visit her website, Blooming Wellness.
To follow her on Instagram, click here.
To find her on Twitter, click here.
To follow her health page on Facebook, click here.
To read or listen to her new comedic parody on the wellness industry, Yours in Wellness, Krystal Heeling, click here.
Or you can listen to it from Google Play or Walmart! 

Show Notes

While this podcast focuses on what's happening with COVID-19, it could be applied to any public health intervention in present times.
In this episode, Dr. Erin Stair discusses inconsistencies in public health messaging, political and industrial biases, and how those factors interact and impact how people will respond. She explains why consistent and objective public health messaging is more important now than ever. She discusses how inconsistent messaging and underlying biases will affect who people trust when it comes to healthcare advice, who wears a face mask and who doesn't, who complies with future lockdown or social distancing orders and how these factors will affect vaccine hesitancy, which is clearly on the rise.

To get in touch with Dr. Erin Stair, please visit her website, Blooming Wellness.
To follow her on Instagram, click here.
To find her on Twitter, click here.
To follow her health page on Facebook, click here.
To read or listen to her new comedic parody on the wellness industry, Yours in Wellness, Krystal Heeling, click here.
Or you can listen to it from Google Play or Walmart!