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PUBH 8130 Communications, Marketing, and Public Relations for Public Health Leaders: Welcome & Course Readings

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PUBH 8130 Course Readings

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Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (2004). Community-based participatory research: Assessing the evidence. Evidence Report/Technology Assessment. Rockville, MD.

Bonuck, K.A., Schwartz, B., Schechter, C. (2016) Sleep health literacy in head start families and staff: exploratory study of knowledge, motivation, and competencies to promote healthy sleep. Sleep Health. Mar;2(1):19-24.

C. Smit-Kroner, S. Brumby. (2015). Farmers sun exposure, skin protection, and public health campaigns: An Australian Perspective. Preventive Medicine Reports 2, 602-607.

Chun, G.J., Sautter, J.M., Patterson, B.J., McGhan, W.F.  (2016) Diffusion of Pharmacy-Based Influenza Vaccination Over Time in the United States.  Am J Public Health. 106(6):1099-100. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2016.303142. PMID: 27077353. 

Eytan, T., Benabio, J., Golla, V., Parikh, R. & Stein, S. (2011). Social media and the health system. The Permanente Journal, 15(1), 71-74.

Finset, A. (2011). Risk perception and risk communication. Patient Education and Counseling, 82(1), 1-2.

Glanz, K. & Bishop, D.B. (2010). The role of behavioral science theory in development and implementation of public health interventions. Annual Review of Public Health, 3,399-418.

Jibaja-Weiss, M.L., Volk, R.J., Granchi, T.S., Neff, N.E., Robinson, E.K., Spann, S.J., Aoki, N., Friedman, L.C.& Beck, J.R. (2011). Entertainment education for breast cancer surgery decisions: A randomized trail among patients with low health literacy. Patient Education and Counseling, 84(1), 41-48.

Khubchandani, J., Balls-Berry, J., Price, JH., Webb, FJ. (2016) Community-Engaged Strategies to Increase Diversity of Participants in Health Education Research. Health Promot Pract. pii: 1524839916644713. PMID: 27091602.

MacLeod, A. (2014) The impact of communication on human behaviour in times of crisis. J Bus Contin Emer Plan. Winter;8(2):134-40. PMID: 25416375.

Nguyen, G., Hsu, L., Kue, K.N., Nguyen, T. & Yeun, E.J. (2010). Partnering to collect health services and public health data in hard-to-reach communities: a community-based participatory research approach for collecting community health data. Progress In Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 4(2), 115-119.

Olsson, A., Skovdahl, K., Engström, M. (2016) Using diffusion of innovation theory to describe perceptions of a passive positioning alarm among persons with mild dementia: a repeated interview study. BMC Geriatr. 16:3. doi: 10.1186/s12877-016-0183-8. PMID: 26745961.

Pittman, M.A. (2010). Multi-sectoral lessons from health communities. Preventing Chronic Disease, 7(6), A117.

Qin, L., Xu, H. (2016). A cross-sectional study of the effect of health literacy on diabetes prevention and control among elderly individuals with prediabetes in rural China. BMJ Open. May 27;6(5):e011077.

Whitewater S1, Reinschmidt KM2, Kahn C2, Attakai A2, Teufel-Shone NI2. (2016) Flexible Roles for American Indian Elders in Community-Based Participatory Research. Prev Chronic Dis.;13:E72. doi: 10.5888/pcd13.150575.

Willoughby, J.F., Myrick, J.G. (2016) Does Context Matter? Examining PRISM as a Guiding Framework for Context-Specific Health Risk Information Seeking Among Young Adults. J Health Commun. (6):696-704. doi: 10.1080/10810730.2016.1153764. Epub 2016 May 17. PMID: 27187057.

Other Readings

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