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An NTC ED Talk: Why Choose In-School Theatre for Your Health and Wellness Educational Outreach?

The Content NTC Creative Director Jon Mikkelsen oversees all of the theatrical, digital, video, print and gaming materials for our in-school health education programs. He’s featured in our latest NTC ED Talk video and accompanying whitepaper, detailing the lessons we’ve learned and best practices for delivering an effective in-school, educational, theatrical program that can help […]
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NTC’s Whitepaper on ROI Shows You How to Get Results

The Content NTC founder and president Ward Eames discusses the lessons he’s learned about measuring and achieving ROI as it relates to community outreach programs in our latest whitepaper, “Measure and Create Social Impact.” This thorough analysis outlines the best practices for conceiving and implementing a system of measurable evaluation, including: The five basic categories […]
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Discover Best Practices for Using Graphic Novels in Health Education

Health promotion and education programs are a mainstay for organizations who have a mission of improving health outcomes. Delivering K-12 outreach that makes a real impact will form lasting connections and improve the prosperity of your community and your organization. An effective strategy, though, takes more than providing a few healthy living tips to your […]
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Boost Your Health and Wellness Outreach

The benefits of bringing dynamic K-12 education to schools are numerous, including improved brand reputation and the ability to connect with your community. But any health and wellness outreach program comes with its own challenges. How can your organization clearly demonstrate ROI? How can it efficiently invest time and labor to develop a top-notch program? […]
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Learn How Your Health and Wellness Program Can Educate and Inspire

We’ve created a unique video and corresponding infographic to demonstrate how adopting national and regional education standards in creative ways can make an unrivalled impact. Middle-school is an awkward time of our lives, a period intensified by increasing social pressures. It’s also a time when many students develop a negative opinion of health and wellness […]
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Find Out How Quality Assurance Measures Set K-12 Health Programs Apart

According to a 2015 article by BioMed Central, the primary factors that motivate health organizations to pursue corporate social responsibility include reputational benefits, recruitment and employee satisfaction, better rankings in sustainability indices, entrance into new markets, long-term economic returns and improved population health. The article concluded, “CSR is of increasing importance for health organizations.” As […]
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Discover What Creative Community Outreach Can Do for Your Organization

In the article “Social Responsibility: A New Paradigm of Hospital Governance,” Springer Healthcare reveals that “the number of organizations that embrace a socially responsible conduct is increasing, meaning that citizens, and investors, are deeply aware that profit and ethical values (namely with regards to protection of human rights) are not incompatible. Embracing a socially responsible […]
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