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Keynote Presentations

K1. How Communication and Information Technology Can(not) Enhance Clinician-Patient Communication
Presenter: Dr. Richard L. Street, Jr., Texas A&M University
Live stream and discussion Wednesday, February 28, 2018, 12:00 pm CST

K2. Health Communication: Myths and Legends and What We Learned Along the Way
Presenter: Dr. Kim Nazi, Department of Veterans Affairs
Live stream and discussion Thursday, March 1, 2018, 12:00 pm CST

K3. The Integrated Theory of mHealth: Why Digital and Mobile Health Must Embrace Multidisciplinary Theoretical Perspectives
Presenter: Dr. Sheana Bull, Colorado School of Public Health
Live stream and discussion Friday, March 2, 2018, 12:00 pm CST

SUBMITTED Presentations

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P1. An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis on an Online Support Group for Adults with Cysyc Fibrosis
Presenter: Gina Miller, Alaska Pacific University
Category: Best Practices

P2. Chronic Disease Prevention in College Students: Assessment of Perception and Intention to Use a Health Management App
Presenter: Souleymane Coulibaly, Colorado State University
Category: Breakthroughs

P3. Communicating Health Information on Private Social Media: Citizens Protecting Their Community During a Flood
Presenters: Keri K. Stephens, Jing Li, Brett Robertson, Roth Smith, and Dhiraj Murthy, The University of Texas at Austin
Category: Breakthroughs

P4. Finding Momentos: How Design Thinking Led to a Mobile Teen Pregnancy Prevention Platform for Hispanic Parents
Presenter: Julie Yegen, Westat
Category: Breakthroughs

P5. Health Communication: Self-Care Confidence in Management of Chronic Diseases
Presenter: Barbara Arnoldussen, International Technological University
Category: Barriers

P6. Online Social Support and Health Outcomes: Theoretical and Empirical Findings
Presenter: Liza Ngenye, George Mason University
Category: Best Practices

P7. Optimizing Online Learning and Communication in Healthcare: Examination of Mode, Engagement, and Knowledge Retention
Presenter: M. Courtney Hughes, Relias
Category: Best Practices

P8. Physicians, Electronic Health Records, and the Emergence of Scribes
Presenter: Ann L. Bryan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Category: Breakthroughs

P9. 6 DPO, #ttcsisters, and TMI: Instagram-based Infertility Treatment Advice and Support
Presenters: Bethany Johnson and Margaret M. Quinlan, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Category: Barriers

P10. *CANCELLED* Tweeting Health Information: Reviewing Framing and Priming of Uterine Fibroids Tweets Lead by Those Most Affected
Sydney Dillard, PhD, DePaul University

P11. *CANCELLED* User Satisfaction with Health Management Information System: A Study of Users in Rural Healthcare System of Tamilnadu, India
Dr. K. Bhagya Lakshmi and Dr. T. Muthupandian, P.S.N.A College of Engineering and Technology

P12. *CANCELLED* Exercise: The Key to Self-Management
Yaozong He, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

P13. Frontline Employees in the Health Clinic: Impression Management Multiplexing When Performing in-the-Round
Presenters: Millie A. Harrison, W. Roth Smith, Mackenzie R. Greenwell, and Keri K. Stephens, The University of Texas at Austin
Category: Best Practices

P14. *CANCELLED* Health Literacy and the Emergency Medical Services
Maria Shila Clarion Caraan, Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services

P15. Survive then Thrive: Why Threat Management is More Important than Change Management
Presenter: Brad Kolar, Avail Advisors
Category: Best Practices

P16. A Grounded Practical Theory of Military Veterans' Communication Transitioning from Deployment to Civilian Life
Presenter: Christopher J. Koenig, San Francisco State University
Category: Best Practices

P17. Communicating Mental Health Information to College Students: What We Need to Know
Presenter: Alyssa Hollander, University of Texas at Austin
Category: Best Practices

P18. Exploring Healthcare Information Access Challenges for Older Adults with a Visual Impairment
Presenter: Lyndsie Koon, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Category: Barriers

P19. *CANCELLED* Patient Engagement through Application of the Behavioral Sciences in Pharmacovigilance
James Duhig, PhD, AbbVie

P20. Race and Research: Health Communication Strategies to Increase Minority Recruitment and Participation
Presenter: Jalysa King, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Category: Barriers

P21. Addressing the Opioid Epidemic as a Healthcare System: A Case Study of Edward-Elmhurst Health
Presenter: Aaron S. B. Weiner, Edward-Elmhurst Health
Category: Best Practices

P22. A Literature Review Investigating Relationships between Clinical Workflow Challenges and Approaches to Facilitate Safer and More Efficient Health Care Delivery
Presenter: Sheila Parinas, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Category: Barriers

P23. Chilean Teacher’s Intentions to Include Anti-obesity Messages in their Teaching Activities
Presenter: Claudia Montero-Liberona, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Category: Barriers

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