Please view this message from Dr. Brian Quick, Professor and Director of the
Health Communication Online Master of Science Program at the University of Illinois.

The presentations will be available to all conference registrants from February 25 through March 8; however, we recommend viewing them and posting on the discussion board during the actual conference dates (Monday, February 25 - Friday, March 1).

Inaugural Dale Brashers Memorial Lecture (Keynote)

K1. How Health Communicators Can Help Find Breakthroughs for Cancer: Using Interactive Media and Communication Best Practices to Increase Informed Consent to Clinical Trials
Presenter: Dr. Susan E. Morgan, University of Miami

General Presentations

[Withdrawn] P1. Healthier with my Fitbit? An Autoethnography
Presenter: Eulàlia P. Abril and Diem-My Bui, University of Illinois at Chicago
Category: Best Practices

P2. A Space-Exploration-Themed Design of a STEM Nutrition Education Workshop
Presenter: Barbara Arnoldussen, International Technology University
Category: Best Practices

P3. Best Practices in Patient-Provider Conversations about Sexual Health: Latinx Gay Adolescents’ Perspectives
Presenter: Suzanne Burdick, University of Texas at Austin
Category: Best Practices

P4. Comparison of the Obesity-Related Lifestyle Attitudes and Behaviors of African-American Women and Afro-Caribbean Immigrant Women in Metro Atlanta, Georgia
Presenter: Melany Chambers, Georgia State University
Category: Barriers

P5. Analyzing University Employee Adoption of a Fitness Tracker Program Using the Theory of Planned Behavior and the Technology Acceptance Model
Presenter: Brooke Hildebrand Clubbs, Southeast Missouri State University
Category: Breakthroughs

P6. The Doctor-Patient Relationship and Information-Seeking Behavior: Four Orientations to Cancer Communication
Presenters: Matthew Adamson, Crina Cotoc, and Stephen J. Notaro, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Category: Best Practices

P7. The Language of Patients
Presenter: James (Jay) Duhig, AbbVie
Category: Best Practices

P8. Chronic Disease: Diabetes Self-Management throughout eHealth Approach
Presenter: Nivia Escobar Salazar, Florida State University at Tallahassee
Category: Breakthroughs

[Withdrawn] P9. Using Simulation Training to Aid Healthcare Professionals in Acknowledging Patient Fear
Presenter: Diane Ferrero-Paluzzi, Iona College
Category: Best Practices

[HCB3 "Top 3" Award Winner] P10. Using the Built Environment to Position Health Information Technology for Improved Patient-Provider Communication
Presenters: Georgia Williams, LEED Green Associate and Jennifer Freytag, Center for Innovations in Quality, Effectiveness and Safety (IQuESt), Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center, Baylor College of Medicine
Category: Best Practices

P11. Creating Useful Sports-related Health Communication Tools: Development of the GoHuddle Concussion Education Platform
Presenter: Kimberly Garrett, Seattle Children's Research Institute
Category: Breakthroughs

P12. Increasing the Representation and Utilization of Blacks on the Bone Marrow Registry
Presenter: Indria Gillespie, University of the Pacific
Category: Barriers

P13. The Significant Entertainment Narrative Experience Within the Lived Experiences of the Body-Shamed
Presenter: Jasmine Gray, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Category: Barriers

P14. Considering Social Identity within CBPR designs
Presenter: Laura-Kate Huse, Florida State University
Category: Best Practices

[HCB3 "Top 3" Award Winner] P15. You, the Patient, and Dr. Google: Effective Best Practice Strategies for Patient-Centered Communication in Cancer Treatment Decision-Making
Presenter: Simone Jäger, University of Erfurt
Category: Best Practices

P16. Making The Connection-Cynthia Perry Ray Foundation Witness2Fitness Health & Wellness
Presenter: Kathye D. Jenkins, Cynthia Perry Ray Foundation
Category: Breakthroughs

P17. Temporal Hegemony in Organizational Discourse: How Discursive Patterns Regarding Time Reinforce Structural Hierarchy
Presenter: Jared T. Jensen, The University of Texas at Austin
Category: Barriers

[HCB3 "Top 3" Award Winner] P18. Crucial Conversations: Motivating Young People to Get Tested for STIs and HIV
Presenter: Malynnda Johnson, Indiana State University
Category: Breakthroughs

P19. Understanding the Sugar Consumption Patterns in Beverages among Hispanic College Students
Presenters: Priyanka Khandelwal and Leslie Ramos Salazar, West Texas A&M University
Category: Barriers

P20. Healthcare Analytics Journey from Prediction to Action: The New Wave of Communications by Electronic Prescriptive Engines
Presenter: Jacob Krive, University of Illinois at Chicago, NorthShore University HealthSystem, Nova Southeastern University
Category: Breakthroughs

P21. How are You Doing? An Assessment of University Employees' Stress, Wellness and Productivity
Presenter: Kate Ksobiech, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Category: Barriers

P22. Patient-Provider Communication and Sociodemographic Factors Are Associated with Watching Health-Related Videos on YouTube: A Cross Sectional Analysis
Presenter: Aisha Langford, NYU Langone Health
Category: Barriers

P23. “Laughter Does Make It Easier” - How Do Cancer Patients and Survivors Use Humor Online
Presenter: Di Lun, University of Miami
Category: Best Practices

P24. A Review of Qualitative Methods in Health Communication Research
Presenter: Liza Ngenye, La Sierra University
Category: Best Practices

[Withdrawn] P25. Effectiveness of Health Education on Insecticide-treated Nets and its Appropriate Use in Sub-Saharan Africa
Presenter: Monica Opara, Universiti Putra Malaysia at Malaysia
Category: Best Practices

P26. Examining Patients' Listening Styles and Medical Communication Competence in Patient-Doctor Interactions
Presenter: Leslie Ramos Salazar, West Texas A&M University
Category: Breakthroughs

P27. Breaking the Barriers of Mental Health through Graphic Medicine: An Analysis of Ellen Forney’s Marbles
Presenters: Erin Staley, Deleasa Randall-Griffiths, and Daniel O'Rourke, Ashland University
Category: Breakthroughs

P28. Unusual Partners for Health: Healthcare Professionals and Librarians Partner to Communicate about Health through Radio and Social Media
Presenters: Lee M. Richardson, Barbara Rochen Renner, and Terri Ottosen, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Category: Best Practices

P29. Immersive Storytelling for Health Communication
Presenter: Nedra Kline Weinreich, Weinreich Communications
Category: Best Practices

[Withdrawn] P30. Identifying Memorable Messages About Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptive Methods: Recommendations for an Effective Health Campaign
Presenter: Carina Zelaya, University of Kentucky
Category: Best Practices

P31. The Added-Value of Health-Specialized Journalists in the Coverage about Vaccines
Presenter: Daniel Catalan-Matamoros, University Carlos III of Madrid
Category: Breakthroughs

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