With a successful social marketing campaign already underway, IQ Solutions needed to take advantage of the momentum we had achieved and make the most of NIDA’s important message: that non-injection drug use can lead to risky behaviors and ultimately HIV.
The National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) needed a video series to raise awareness of the Institute’s research, training, communication, and outreach activities. This video series would serve to educate NIAMS visitors about specific conditions affecting bones, joints, muscles, and skin.
To promote the opening of its new Metabolic Clinical Research Unit (MCRU), the National Institutes of Health (NIH) sought our expertise in demonstrating the value of this facility for researchers in the fields of metabolism, nutrition, cardiovascular biology, gastroenterology, hepatology, genetics, and behavioral sciences.
Knowing that the economically challenged urban area of Jackson, Mississippi, had higher prevalence rates of many diseases than the rest of the United States, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) challenged IQ Solutions to develop a tool to get important Federal health information into the hands of local residents.
The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) asked IQ Solutions to join in an important health education initiative—“Healthy Moments.” Many of the diseases researched by NIDDK are of particular importance to the African American community, and “Healthy Moments” provides a landscape where the Institute can reach this audience with actionable prevention and treatment knowledge.
A range of disabilities, limited educational resources, and unhealthy home environments prevent many children from achieving from academic success. The Darrell Green Youth Life Foundation (DGYLF) was created to develop learning centers to help address the needs of these children.
The SAMHSA Administrator and other high-level staff from the Office of the Administrator made plans to visit our warehouse in Odenton, Maryland, for an informative tour, where IQ Solutions would demonstrate process improvement and how our staff responds to requests for publications.
Every day, approximately 10 young people between the ages of 13 and 24 are diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. A report from the National Institute on Drug Abuse brought to light an important insight: in many of these cases, the use of non-injection drugs is a factor that can lead to risky behavior and ultimately HIV.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse requested that IQ Solutions create a communications campaign to deliver an important message to teens—that drug abuse can lead to risky behavior and potentially HIV infection.