Health Risk Communication

 Health Risk Communication Toolkit Resources

Last Updated: August 16, 2021
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​Health Risk Communication tools will help military and government personnel strategically plan for effectively addressing public concerns regarding health, environmental, deployment, homeland security, organizational conflicts, and similar issues that affect mission success. Using risk communication tools and techniques can help organizations mitigate problems before requiring a more costly solution.

These tools are available to help organizations mitigate problems before requiring a more costly solution.  These tools are free and downloadable.


Toolkit Resources



COVID19 Letter of instructions leaflet

Health Risk Communication Division Brochure

The Health Risk Communication tri-fold brochure is for clients and students as an aid to when the Health Risk Communication Division could be of value during a time of need. The brochure describes what the HRCD can do for clients, and how to contact HRCD for further assistance.


Reference Card for Do’s, Don’ts and Responses Card

The Risk Communication Reference Card for Do’s, Don’ts and Responses wallet card is a quick reference to pass out or keep as a reminder of how to reach the Health Risk Communication for help reaching your community. This wallet-sized card is small and concise and easily to to carry at all times.


Risk Communication Strategies Bookmark

The bookmark contains 5 principles and tools used in Health Risk Communication. This bookmark can serve as a reminder of teachings that clients have already received, or can be a guiding tool on how to apply some basic Health Risk Communication to a situation at hand.


COVID19 Letter of instructions leaflet

Letter of Instruction (LOI) for COVID-19 Vaccine Information Town Hall

This product is an example of Health Risk Communication endorsed tips to host and conduct a town hall with a local community. This describes specifically the types of work needed to complete in order for local leadership to successfully approach their community about COVID-19.