Affiliation: University of Texas
- Perceptions of infertility information and support sources among female patients who access the InternetLeeAnn Kahlor
Center for Women s and Gender Studies, Department of Advertising and Public Relations, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas 78712 1092, USA
Fertil Steril 91:83-90. 2009..To evaluate perceived helpfulness of and reliance on infertility information and support sources and correlates of online information and support seeking among infertile women...
- Ensuring children eat a healthy diet: a theory-driven focus group study to inform communication aimed at parentsLeeAnn Kahlor
Department of Advertising and Public Relations, 1 University Station, University of Texas at Austin, TX, USA
J Pediatr Nurs 26:13-24. 2011..The results showed the particular salience of factors related to the TPB concepts of perceived norms and control. Approaches to building theory-driven nursing interventions are suggested...
- Designing e-health interventions for low-health-literate culturally diverse parents: addressing the obesity epidemicMichael Mackert
Department of Advertising, The University of Texas at Austin, TX 78712, USA
Telemed J E Health 15:672-7. 2009..E-health can be used to educate low-health-literate audiences, but interventions designed for these users must be layered in terms of content and usability to meet varying levels of functional and media literacy...
- Promoting folic acid to Spanish-speaking Hispanic women: evaluating existing campaigns to guide new developmentMichael Mackert
The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Advertising, College of Communication, Austin, Texas 78712, USA
Women Health 50:376-95. 2010..Such strategies may necessitate targeting younger audiences, including teenagers...
- PRISM: a planned risk information seeking modelLeeAnn Kahlor
Department of Advertising and Public Relations, University of Texas at Austin, TX, USA
Health Commun 25:345-56. 2010..The resulting integrated model accounted for 59% of the variance in health risk information-seeking intent and performed better than the TPB or the RISP alone...