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CIDRAP relies heavily on the financial support of individuals, corporations, and foundations to deliver on its mission. Your support allow us to maintain a full-time seasoned editorial staff and researchers dedicated to the production of news, reports, podcasts, and other resources made available on this site, our newsletters, and various social media channels.
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We rely on the financial support of individuals, corporations, and foundations to maintain a full-time seasoned editorial staff and researchers dedicated solely to the production of news, reports, podcasts, and other resources made available on this site, our newsletters, and various social media channels. Rest assured that your gift will make a real difference to public health, preparedness, and emergency response.
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People are informed by our news stories every year
CIDRAP’s website, available free of charge, had more than 17.6 million page views in 2021 (average of 1.35M page views per month, due to the unparalleled coverage from the CIDRAP News team) and was accessed by people from 243 countries and territories. CIDRAP reaches a broad array of influencers and decision makers, including clinical-care providers, private-sector professionals, academics, public health officials, policy makers, and those in local, state, and federal government.
People listen to our podcasts
The Osterholm Update: COVID-19 podcast has been an incredible success, increasing our reach to a wider audience. The podcast continues to gain ground, with the latest podcasts averaging about 50,000 downloads. The podcasts are available on the CIDRAP COVID-19 site and also on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcast, and YouTube.
Reaching our audience where they are
CIDRAP seeks to continue to extend its reach to additional professionals within the intended audiences and uses a variety of mechanisms to raise awareness of its service, including social media such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn; daily email alerts; podcasts and webinars; and inclusion of information about the website in presentations given by CIDRAP’s director and other key partners.