Remember that great TED talk, the one you secretly wished that you came up with? You might have even thought about how that brilliant idea could be used for public health practice. Even if you might not be able to implement that idea, someone out there might.
Thanks to Talk Back To TED, it’s now possible to share your new public health ideas in response to the growing collection of TED talks. Simply use the hashtag #TalkBackToTED to share an application of a TED talk to a public health issue or use it to search for ideas from fellow practitioners, researchers, and enthusiasts.
Developed by Peter Mitchell, the man behind the original anti-tobacco “truth” campaign in Florida, and Bill Smith, eclectic behavioral marketing specialist, Talk Back To TED was featured in the 2014 National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media.
Have an idea? The world may just depend on your ideas worth spreading.