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Session: Innovations in Teaching, Researching, and Applying Health Communication
3293.0: Monday, November 8, 2004: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM
Innovations in Teaching, Researching, and Applying Health Communication
This roundtable session includes 10 presenters who will provide description and discussion of current innovations in health communication, in research and in the practice setting.
Learning Objectives: At the end of this session, participants will be able to describe health communication innovations in research and in practice and will be able to fulfill the learning objectives of the individual presentations.
Moderator(s):Judith A. McDivitt, PhD
Table 1Withdrawn -- Loss-framed minimal intervention increases mammography utilization among medically un- and under-insured women
Doris A. Abood, EdD, CHES, David R. Black, PhD, CHES, Daniel C. Coster, PhD
Table 2Coverage and quality of oral cancer information in selected popular press: May 1998 to July 2003
Jalaima A. Graham, MPH, Alice M. Horowitz, PhD, Maria T. Canto, DDS, MS, MPH
Table 3Health Risk Communication - Theory in Practice
Dan Rutz, MPH
Table 4An environment of misunderstanding: Newspaper coverage of birth defects in the US
Michael Voloudakis, PhD, MPH, Amy Case, MAHS, Ann F. Phelps, MPH
Table 5An alumni-based evaluation of the first 10 years of a graduate program in health communication: Results of a survey on coursework, competencies, and careers
Timothy M. Edgar, PhD, James N. Hyde, MA, SM
Table 6A Health Communication Studio for the 21st Century
Gary Black, BA, Jonathan Levin, MPH
Table 7Examining newspaper coverage among nationally and locally produced news stories regarding prevention focus, and physical activity, diet, and tobacco
Kristy A. Davidson, MPH, Charlene Caburnay, MPH, Matthew W. Kreuter, PhD, MPH
Table 8Radio for health: Why Access to the Airwaves is Vital to Public Health
Deborah S. Edelman, DrPH
Table 9Communicating to change behavior: Conditions for successful national health education and promotion campaigns
Janis L. Biermann, MS
Table 10Germs as a health communication campaign
Brandon Henson Dart, Audrey Michelle El-Gamil, Jane Elizabeth Garofalo, Andrew Michael Moore, Farideh Sadeghin, Ari Limor
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Organized by:Public Health Education and Health Promotion
Endorsed by:Public Health Nursing; Socialist Caucus
CE Credits:CME, Nursing

The 132nd Annual Meeting (November 6-10, 2004) of APHA