Improving pregnancy prevention in the Austin Independent School District: Student participation in the development of social marketing media
Pregnancy prevention is an important goal of the Austin Independent School District (AISD), but present activity is limited to utilizing a single curriculum. To effectively prevent pregnancy, a diverse range of programs and activities is needed—including media and social marketing. This project (1) reviews literature to identify best practices and characteristics of effective pregnancy prevention programs for AISD, (2) reports on the results of meetings that gathered recommendations for effective channels and media messages for pregnancy prevention among high school students in Central Texas, and (3) presents samples of social marketing media products developed for pregnancy prevention that can be used by AISD.
Health education|Mass communications
Geters, Kimberly, "Improving pregnancy prevention in the Austin Independent School District: Student participation in the development of social marketing media" (2011). Texas Medical Center Dissertations (via ProQuest). AAI1497573.