1. Engage on social media. Encourage your network to learn something new about radon exposure at home by posing the question: Have you tested your home for radon?
- Use our social media toolkit with graphics and messaging to share posts and pictures with your Facebook and Instagram followers.
- Create an online pledge for your followers to encourage them to take radon action by testing their homes for radon.
- Share a video, infographic or radon-themed image.
- Host a live Q&A with one of your healthcare professionals to answer questions about radon.
2. Post Flyers and Brochures. Print our informational posters and brochures to put in your patient waiting areas. We can also mail you printed copies!
- Print poster
- Print brochure
- Spanish versions (poster/brochure)
- Request printed copies of flyers and brochures to be shipped to your office, free of charge.
3. Start asking patients about radon. Use our handy "Patient Discussion Guide" to help educate your team on how to start asking simple questions that could save lives.
- Download the patient discussion guide to distribute to your healthcare team.
- Add the question to your patient health questionnaires: "Have you tested your home's radon levels in the past two years?"
And no matter how you choose to participate, be sure to take photographs and videos to show how you celebrate National Radon Action Month and share it out on social media and tag @SOSRadon!
This project has been funded wholly or in part by the United States Environmental Protection Agency under assistance agreement #AI97756601 to Wichita State University Environmental Finance Center. The contents of this page do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Environmental Protection Agency, nor does the EPA endorse trade names or recommend the use of commercial products mentioned on this page.