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Mobilizing Access to Scarce Health Information

Developing eBooks for the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

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Making Tobacco-related Death Part of America’s Past

Communications Support for the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products

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Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention in the Clinical Setting

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is using e-Tools to enlist physicians, medical interns and residents, nurses, and other clinicians in addressing this complex and growing public health problem. 

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Harnessing Mobile Technology to Prevent Suicide

SAMHSA launches life-saving suicide prevention tool for health care providers.

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Google AdWords and Pay-per-Click Advertising

NIDA tasked IQ Solutions with developing and implementing an effective and cost-efficient marketing plan.

Educating teens about drug abuse and risky behaviors through an integrated marketing campaign

Learning the Link Between Drug Abuse and HIV

Educating teens about drug abuse and risky behaviors through an integrated marketing campaign. 

 IQ Solutions launched an HCN webinar series designed to connect grantees around shared interest areas.

Connecting Health Leaders of the Future

Where will we find the leaders who will shape the future of health and health care research, policy, and delivery?

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Visualizing the Science of Addiction

Since 1998, IQ Solutions has worked in partnership with the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to turn brain scans into compelling messages about the effects of drugs on the brain.

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Behavioral Health Disaster Response Goes Digital

Recognizing the need for providers to have access to quick‐reference, life‐saving resources and training, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) tasked IQ Solutions with exploring existing SAMHSA products that could be integrated into a mobile‐ friendly format.

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Fostering Media-Smart Youth

The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) created Media-Smart Youth: Eat, Think, and Be Active!® to do just that. This interactive education program teaches youth age 11 to 13 about the complex media world and how it can influence their health.