3151.0 Technology Spectrum in Health Communication and Patient/Provider Communication

Monday, November 9, 2009: 10:30 AM
This session offers 10 presentations that illustrate a modal spectrum of health communication from electronically mediated through interpersonal to handcrafted. Strategies for using diverse modalities for professional training, patient/provider communication, research, and implementation imperatives will be covered.
Session Objectives: 1. Differentiate approaches to information exchange for diverse contexts and audiences. 2. Discuss the use of technology applied to different health behaviors and their communication.

Table 1
Rethinking Provider Health Literacy Education: HRSA's Unified Health Communication Web Course
Len Epstein, MSW, Tanya Grandison, MPH, Linda Kwon, MPH and Maria White, MA
Table 2
Internet access and internet health information-seeking behaviors as a function of trust in health information from the internet and from health care providers
Darren Mays, MPH, James B. Weaver, PhD, MPH, Stephanie Sargent Weaver, PhD MPH CHES, Dogan Eroglu, PhD and Jay M. Bernhardt, PhD, MPH
Table 3
Internet Access, Internet Health Information-Seeking Behaviors, and Numeracy
Stephanie Sargent Weaver, PhD MPH CHES, Frederick Fridinger, DrPH CHES, James B. Weaver, PhD MPH and Darren Mays, MPH
Table 4
Developing a computer touch screen interactive colorectal cancer screening decision aid for low-literacy populations: Lessons learned
Sarah Bauerle Bass, PhD, MPH, Sheryl Burt Ruzek, PhD, MPH, Thomas F. Gordon, PhD, Caitlin Wolak, BS, Michael J. Rovito, MA, Johnson Britto, MBBS, MPH, Lalitha Parameswaran, Stephanie Ward, MD, MPH, Brian Meyer, MD, MPH, Karen Lin, MD, MPH and Anu Paranjape, MD, MPH
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A Window of Pain: American Indian cancer patient and survivor drawings
Felicia Schanche Hodge, DrPH, Agnes Attakai, MPA, Tracy Line Itty, MPH and Briana Anisko, MPH
Table 8
Examining the Subtle Distinctions between Rapport-Building and Infantilizing Communication: An Analysis of Medical Student Communication toward Patients with Disabilities
Ylisabyth S. Bradshaw, DO, MS, Ashley Duggan, PhD, Natalie Swergold, Wayne Altman, MD, Kathleen Chanatry, Colleen Coburn, Shannon Carroll, Matthew Dunn, Aisling Francoeur, John Glass, Sarah Weintraub, Hilary Weismann and Kathryn Zioto
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Applications of TeamSTEPPS to Interdisciplinary Health Professional Education
David W. Hollar, PhD, Cherri Hobgood, MD, Gwen Sherwood, PhD, RN, Karen Frush, MD, Susan Sawning, MSW, Donald Woodyard, BS, Carol Durham, PhD, Noa Segall, PhD, Laura Maynard and Alison Gunn, MPH
Table 10
Patient perceptions of physician communication among African Americans at risk for stroke
Carolyn A. Stroman, PhD, Joan Payne, PhD, Roberta Hollander, PhD and Elizabeth M. Bertera, PhD

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.

Organized by: Public Health Education and Health Promotion
Endorsed by: Community Health Workers SPIG

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH)