Summary: Publications printed and distributed daily, weekly, or at some other regular and usually short interval, containing news, articles of opinion (as editorials and letters), features, advertising, and announcements of current interest. (Webster's 3d ed)
Publications236 found, 100 shown here
- Cancer coverage in general-audience and Black newspapersElisia L Cohen
Department of Communication College of Communication and Information Studies, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506 0042, USA
Health Commun 23:427-35. 2008..findings from the first study of cancer news coverage in a national sample of Black and general-audience newspapers. We compared 2,439 health news stories from 23 weekly Black newspapers to 2,767 health news stories from a ..
- The Cinderella of public health news: physical activity coverage in Australian newspapers, 1986-2006Josephine Chau
University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Aust N Z J Public Health 33:189-92. 2009This research examined trends in physical activity reporting by Australian newspapers, and described these trends compared to coverage of obesity and tobacco.
- Osteoporosis coverage in selected women's magazines and newspapers, 1998-2001Lorraine Silver Wallace
The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine, Knoxville, TN 37920, USA
Am J Health Behav 27:75-83. 2003To evaluate the accountability of osteoporosis information available in selected mass-circulating women's magazines (n=8) and a sample of newspapers (n=2).
- Newspaper reporting on schizophrenia: a content analysis of five national newspapers at two time pointsSarah Clement
Faculty of Health and Social Care, London South Bank University, 103 Borough Road, London, SE1 OAA, United Kingdom
Schizophr Res 98:178-83. 2008This study aimed to assess change in the quality of reporting of schizophrenia in UK national daily newspapers, comparing 1996 with 2005.
- Sources and coverage of medical news on front pages of US newspapersWilliam Y Y Lai
Journalism and Media Studies Centre, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, Hong Kong, People s Republic of China
PLoS ONE 4:e6856. 2009..We thus quantified the level of visibility achieved by front-page medical stories in the United States and analyzed their news sources...
- Obesity in print: an analysis of daily newspapersAnja Hilbert
Department of Psychology, Philipps University of Marburg, Germany
Obes Facts 2:46-51. 2009..Based on findings that portrayals of obesity in entertainment media foster weight-related stigmatization, the goal of the current study was to analyze media coverage of obesity in daily newspapers.
- Schizophrenia, an illness and a metaphor: analysis of the use of the term 'schizophrenia' in the UK national newspapersArun K Chopra
Mental Health Unit, Derby City General Hospital, Uttoxeter Road, Derby DE22 3NE
J R Soc Med 100:423-6. 2007..To determine whether schizophrenia is a commonly used 'illness as metaphor', to compare the use of schizophrenia and cancer as illnesses as metaphor, and to determine if there is a difference in such usage between the UK and USA...
- UK newspapers' representations of the 2009-10 outbreak of swine flu: one health scare not over-hyped by the media?Shona Hilton
MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, 4 Lilybank Gardens, Hillhead, Glasgow, UK
J Epidemiol Community Health 65:941-6. 2011..A/H1N1, more commonly referred to as swine flu, emerged in Mexico in spring 2009. It rapidly spread across the world and was classed as a global pandemic on 11 June 2009...
- Media portrayal of conflicts of interest in herbal remedy clinical trialsMegan Koper
Health Law Institute, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Health Law Rev 15:9-11. 2006
- Building a health promotion agenda in local newspapersBeverly E Martinson
Reach Partners, Inc, Fargo, 58103 ND, USA
Health Educ Res 20:51-60. 2005..associated with local newspaper content about breast cancer, but the effects were confined to communities served by weekly newspapers. We discuss the implications of this study for future community-based health promotion campaigns.
- What is newsworthy? Longitudinal study of the reporting of medical research in two British newspapersChristopher Bartlett
MRC Health Services Research Collaboration, Department of Social Medicine, University of Bristol, Bristol BS8 2PR
BMJ 325:81-4. 2002To assess the characteristics of medical research that is press released by general medical journals and reported in newspapers.
- Framing pub smoking bans: an analysis of Australian print news media coverage, March 1996-March 2003David Champion
School of Public Health, University of Sydney, Australia
J Epidemiol Community Health 59:679-84. 2005..Australia's recent success in securing dates for the implementation of smoke free pubs is likely to have owed much to the enduring media advocacy by health groups...
- Effect of news coverage on the prevalence of drunk-driving behavior: evidence from a longitudinal studyItzhak Yanovitzky
Department of Communication, School of Communication Information and Library Studies, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey 08091 1071, USA
J Stud Alcohol 63:342-51. 2002..To examine the proposition that antidrunk driving messages in the news media contributed indirectly to the decline in drunk driving over the past two decades through their impact on related policy making processes...
- Checking the pulse: Midwestern reporters' opinions on their ability to report health care newsMelinda Voss
Association of Health Care Journalists, USA
Am J Public Health 92:1158-60. 2002b>Newspapers play a key role in disseminating information and shaping perceptions about health, research, and policies...
- Representations of SARS in the British newspapersPeter Washer
Academic Centre for Medical Education, University College London, Archway Campus, Highgate Hill, London N19 3LW, UK
Soc Sci Med 59:2561-71. 2004..This study examines how this novel disease threat was depicted in the UK newspapers, using social representations theory and in particular existing work on social representations of HIV/AIDS and ..
- Drugs in the news: an analysis of Canadian newspaper coverage of new prescription drugsAlan Cassels
School of Health Information Science, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC
CMAJ 168:1133-7. 2003..We assessed newspaper descriptions of drug benefits and harms, the nature of the effects described and the presence or absence of other important information that can add context and balance to a report about a new drug...
- Australian letters to the editor on tobacco: triggers, rhetoric, and claims of legitimate voiceKatherine Clegg Smith
Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Qual Health Res 15:1180-98. 2005..authors conducted an ethnographic content analysis of LTE on tobacco issues from a sample of 11 Australian daily newspapers over a 3-year period (2001 to 2003, N=361)...
- The development and validation of a coding protocol to measure change in tobacco-control newspaper coverageDonald W Helme
Wake Forest University, Department of Communication, Winston-Salem, NC 27109-7347, USA
Health Promot Pract 7:103-9. 2006..model was used as a template to adapt a system for measuring tobacco-related newspaper coverage in Colorado newspapers. Over a 3-month period, tobacco-related articles were clipped from 180 daily and weekly newspapers...
- A low-cost, practical method for increasing smokers' interest in smoking cessation programsPaul W McDonald
Department of Health Studies and Gerontology, University of Waterloo, ON
Can J Public Health 95:50-3. 2004..The objective of this study was to examine the feasibility of using classified newspaper ads and messages aimed at each stage of change to enhance participation in smoking cessation programs...
- The news on health behavior: coverage of diet, activity, and tobacco in local newspapersCharlene A Caburnay
Health Communication Research Laboratory, Division of Behavioral Science and Health Education, Department of Community Health, School of Public Health, Saint Louis University, MO 63104, USA
Health Educ Behav 30:709-22. 2003..Because the local newspaper can be especially influential in smaller communities, strategies are needed to help reporters and editors in these settings provide more and better coverage of health behavior-related stories...
- UV tanning advertisements in high school newspapersScott Freeman
Department of Dermatology, University of Colorado at Denver Health Sciences Center, Aurora, USA
Arch Dermatol 142:460-2. 2006..DESIGN: We examined tanning advertisements in a sample of public high school newspapers published between 2001 and 2005 in 3 Colorado counties encompassing the Denver metropolitan area...
- Newspaper coverage of complementary and alternative therapies for cancer--UK 2002-2004Stefania Milazzo
Complementary Medicine, Peninsula Medical School, Universities of Exeter and Plymouth, Institute of Health and Social Care, Exeter, UK
Support Care Cancer 14:885-9. 2006..In this study, we aimed at assessing UK newspapers' coverage of CATs for cancer...
- Media advocacy and newspaper coverage of tobacco issues: a comparative analysis of 1 year's print news in the United States and AustraliaKatherine Clegg Smith
Department of Health Policy and Management, Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 21205, USA
Nicotine Tob Res 7:289-99. 2005..Tobacco articles from major daily newspapers in Australia (12 newspapers; 1,188 articles) and the United States (30 newspapers; 1,317 articles) were ..
- Tobacco in the news: an analysis of newspaper coverage of tobacco issues in Australia, 2001R Durrant
Centre for Behavioural Research in Cancer, The Cancer Council Victoria, Carlton, Australia
Tob Control 12:ii75-81. 2003..and containing at least one paragraph focused on tobacco in all major Australian national and State capital city newspapers (n=12) in 2001...
- Do the print media "hype" genetic research? A comparison of newspaper stories and peer-reviewed research papersTania M Bubela
Health Law Institute, University of Alberta, Edmonton
CMAJ 170:1399-407. 2004..examine the accuracy and nature of media coverage of genetic research, we reviewed the reporting of single-gene discoveries and associated technologies in major daily newspapers in Canada, the United States, Great Britain and Australia.
- Uncovering differences across the cancer control continuum: a comparison of ethnic and mainstream cancer newspaper storiesJo Ellen Stryker
Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30322, USA
Prev Med 44:20-5. 2007..An important first step is to understand how newspapers cover cancer and if differences exist between mainstream and ethnic newspapers.
- The good news about smoking: how do U.S. newspapers cover tobacco issues?Katherine Clegg Smith
Department of Health, Behavior and Society, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, 624 N Broadway, Rm 726, Baltimore, MD 21205, USA
J Public Health Policy 27:166-81. 2006..Through our analysis of 9859 tobacco-focused news articles from ioo leading US daily newspapers between 2001 and 2003 we examined whether tobacco issues are newsworthy, and if so, whether coverage is ..
- Ignoring the controversies: newspaper reports on Alzheimer's disease treatmentsEric E Adelman
J Am Geriatr Soc 51:1821-2. 2003
- Black newspapers as a tool for cancer education in African American communitiesCharlene A Caburnay
Health Communication Research Laboratory, George Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington University in St Louis, St Louis, MO 63112, USA
Ethn Dis 18:488-95. 2008Despite the long history, wide reach and unique influence of Black newspapers in many African American communities, no national studies have examined how these newspapers cover health and cancer issues, or reader perceptions of their ..
- Disease metaphors in new epidemics: the UK media framing of the 2003 SARS epidemicPatrick Wallis
Department of Economic History, London School of Economics, Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE, UK
Soc Sci Med 60:2629-39. 2005..By analysing the total reporting on SARS of five major national newspapers during the epidemic of spring 2003, we investigate how the reporting of SARS in the UK press was framed, and how ..
- Death makes news: the social impact of disease on newspaper coverageR C Adelman
Institute of Gerontology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 48109 2007, USA
J Health Soc Behav 41:347-67. 2000..This paper is an integrated analysis of newspaper coverage, epidemiological rates, and recent social history of six prominent diseases...
- Gendered portraits of depression in Swedish newspapersCarita Bengs
Umea University, Umea, Sweden
Qual Health Res 18:962-73. 2008..In this article, we report on an examination of personal accounts of illness as presented in three Swedish newspapers, focusing on the gendered representation of laypersons' experiences of depression...
- Print media coverage of California's smokefree bar lawS Magzamen
Institute for Health Policy Studies, Department of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, USA
Tob Control 10:154-60. 2001..Despite the skewed coverage, public health groups obtained adequate attention to their arguments to keep the law in effect...
- False hopes, unwarranted fears: the trouble with medical news storiesVirginia Barbour
PLoS Med 5:e118. 2008
- How do US journalists cover treatments, tests, products, and procedures? An evaluation of 500 storiesGary Schwitzer
University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States of America
PLoS Med 5:e95. 2008
- Importance of the lay press in the transmission of medical knowledge to the scientific communityD P Phillips
University of California, San Diego, La Jolla 92093
N Engl J Med 325:1180-3. 1991..Information that first appears in the scientific literature is frequently retransmitted in the popular press. Does popular coverage of medical research in turn amplify the effects of that research on the scientific community?..
- Stroke and newspapers: inattention or neglect?Mairead Bartley
Department of Age related Health Care, and National Children s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis 18:259-61. 2009..This may arise from the low profile of stroke within the public domain. Our aim was to assess the coverage of stroke compared with heart disease in a popular form of mass media, newspapers in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
- Press releases of science journal articles and subsequent newspaper stories on the same topicV de Semir
Observatori de la Comunicació Científica, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain
JAMA 280:294-5. 1998..Scientific journals issue press releases to disseminate scientific news about articles they publish...
- Characteristics of medical research news reported on front pages of newspapersWilliam Yuk Yeu Lai
Journalism and Media Studies Centre, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, Hong Kong, PR China
PLoS ONE 4:e6103. 2009..The placement of medical research news on a newspaper's front page is intended to gain the public's attention, so it is important to understand the source of the news in terms of research maturity and evidence level...
- Cancer coverage in newspapers serving large and small communities in OntarioM Macdonald
Department of Health Studies and Gerontology, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, University of Waterloo, 200 University Avenue West, Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1
Can J Public Health 92:372-5. 2001Local newspapers are an important source of health news, especially in small communities...
- Medicalization and beyond: the social construction of insomnia and snoring in the newsSimon J Williams
Department of Sociology, University of Warwick, UK
Health (London) 12:251-68. 2008..Newspaper constructions of sleep, it is concluded, are complex, depending on both the 'problem' and the paper in question...
- Textual analysis of tobacco editorials: how are Key media gatekeepers framing the issues?Katherine Clegg Smith
Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, 624 N Broadway, Room 726, Baltimore, MD 21205, USA
Am J Health Promot 19:361-8. 2005..The news media's potential to promote awareness of health issues is established, and media advocacy is now an important tool in combating tobacco use. This study examines newspaper editors' perspectives of tobacco-related issues...
- Effects of newspaper coverage on public knowledge about modifiable cancer risksJo Ellen Stryker
Department of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30322, USA
Health Commun 23:380-90. 2008..Content analyses (N = 954) revealed that newspapers pay relatively little attention to cancer prevention...
- Comprehensive analysis of cancer coverage in important Chinese newspapers between 2000 and 2007Jianping Cai
Fourth Affiliated Hospital of Harbin Medical University, Yiyuan Road 37, Nangang District, Harbin, Heilongjiang Province 150001, People s Republic of China
Support Care Cancer 17:329-32. 2009..The present study is, therefore, designed to investigate the number and content of published news stories focused on cancers from 2000 to 2007 in China main newspapers.
- Evaluation of stigmatizing language and medical errors in neurology coverage by US newspapersJoseph J Caspermeyer
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Arizona State University, Tempe, USA
Mayo Clin Proc 81:300-6. 2006..Keyword searches for 11 common neurologic conditions were performed for The New York Times and 8 regional newspapers with circulation greater than 200,000...
- The construction of HIV/AIDS in Indian newspapers: a frame analysisRebecca de Souza
Department of Communication, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA
Health Commun 21:257-66. 2007..This article uses grounded theory and the concept of media framing to understand the manner in which Indian newspapers make sense of the HIV/ AIDS problem...
- Assessing the impact of media guidelines for reporting on suicides in Austria: interrupted time series analysisThomas Niederkrotenthaler
Medical University of Vienna, Center for Public Health, Institute for Medical Psychology, Severingasse 9, A 1090 Vienna, Austria
Aust N Z J Psychiatry 41:419-28. 2007..This report provides an evaluation of the Austrian guidelines that were introduced in 1987 as a natural experiment...
- News media tracking of tobacco control: a review of sampling methodologiesW Douglas Evans
RTI International, Washington, DC 20036, USA
J Health Commun 10:403-17. 2005..None of these strategies showed a substantial deviation from the 2000 census of articles. We conclude that sampling coverage can produce estimates statistically equivalent to a census. Researchers should utilize coverage sampling...
- Scientific drug information in newspapers: sensationalism and low quality. The example of therapeutic use of cannabinoidsEva Montané
Fundacio Institut Catala de Farmacologia, Hospitals Vall d Hebron, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, 08035, Barcelona, Spain
Eur J Clin Pharmacol 61:475-7. 2005We aimed to analyse the quality of newspaper articles (NAs) concerning the therapeutic use of cannabis published in Spanish newspapers.
- Discourse analysis of newspaper coverage of the 2001/2002 Canterbury, New Zealand mental health nurses' strikeTony L Farrow
School of Nursing, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, Christchurch, New Zealand
Int J Ment Health Nurs 14:187-95. 2005..We, therefore, conclude by suggesting organizational efforts to focus on ways of ensuring that mental health nurses are seen as a legitimate authority by the media...
- Canadian Aboriginal people's experiences with HIV/AIDS as portrayed in selected English language Aboriginal media (1996-2000)Juanne N Clarke
Department of Sociology Anthropology, Wilfrid Laurier University, 75 University Avenue, Waterloo, Ont, Canada N2L 3C5
Soc Sci Med 60:2169-80. 2005This paper describes the portrayal of HIV/AIDS in 14 mass print newspapers directed towards the Canadian Aboriginal population and published between 1996 and 2000...
- News media coverage of a women's health contraversy: how newspapers and TV outlets covered a recent debate over screening mammographyWhitney Randolph Steele
Health Communication and Informatics Research Branch, Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, USA
Women Health 41:83-97. 2005..S. newspapers or aired on one of six national or cable news networks...
- Portrayal of genetic risk for breast cancer in ethnic and non-ethnic newspapersL Donelle
Department of Health Studies and Gerontology, University of Waterloo, ON, N2L 3G1, Canada
Women Health 40:93-111. 2004..Mass print newspapers targeting high (Ashkenazi Jews) and low (general Canadian population) genetic risk audiences and published at ..
- For the patient. Do Canadian newspapers print readable, timely cancer stories?Laurie Hoffman-Goetz
Ethn Dis 15:354. 2005
- The media and the public opinion on genetics and biotechnology: mirrors, windows, or walls?Toby A Ten Eyck
Public Underst Sci 14:305-16. 2005..COmparing media coverage of biotechnology between 1992 and 2001 in two national newspapers with national survey data collected in early 2003, an argument is made that a general one-dimensional media ..
- An analysis of messages about tobacco in military installation newspapersC Keith Haddock
Department of Psychology, University of Missouri Kansas City, 4825 Troost Ave, Suite 124, Kansas City, MO 64110, USA
Am J Public Health 95:1458-63. 2005We sought to gauge the relative attention that tobacco control receives in military newspapers by comparing coverage of tobacco use with that of other health topics of importance to the military.
- Effect of media portrayals of removal of children's tissue on UK tumour bankClive Seale
School of Social Sciences and Law, Brunel University, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 3PH
BMJ 331:401-3. 2005
- Diabetes portrayals in North American print media: a qualitative and quantitative analysisMelanie Rock
Department of Community Health Sciences, Health Sciences Centre, University of Calgary, 3330 Hospital Drive NW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 4N1
Am J Public Health 95:1832-8. 2005..This study investigated how media coverage has portrayed diabetes as newsworthy...
- Disparities in the coverage of cancer information in ethnic minority and mainstream mass print mediaLaurie Hoffman-Goetz
Department of Health Studies and Gerontology, Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Ethn Dis 15:332-40. 2005..Significant disparities in cancer mortality exist as a function of ethnicity and race in North America. Little is known, however, about the presentation of cancer information in mass media that targets ethnic minority groups...
- Another hero for all of usMargaret Comerford Freda
MCN Am J Matern Child Nurs 30:287. 2005
- Are we expecting too much from print media? An analysis of newspaper coverage of the 2002 Canadian healthcare reform debatePatricia A Collins
Department of Geography, Simon Fraser University, Robert C Brown Hall, Room 7230, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada V5A 1S6
Soc Sci Med 63:89-102. 2006..Clippings were gathered from regional and national newspapers. Two data collection methodologies were employed: the first involved two staggered "constructed weeks" ..
- Widespread news coverage proves short on ideasDaniel Allen
Nurs Older People 19:10. 2007
- Talking about obesity: news framing of who is responsible for causing and fixing the problemSei Hill Kim
Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama 36849, USA
J Health Commun 12:359-76. 2007..Findings also indicate that television news is more likely than newspapers to mention personal solutions, but less likely to attribute the responsibility to society.
- It's narrative all the way downTod Chambers
Medical Humanities and Bioethics Program, Northwestern University, Feinberg School ofMedicine, Chicago, IL 60611, USA
Am J Bioeth 7:15-6; discussion W1-2. 2007
- Media and health: are bioethicists just another interest group?Kayhan Parsi
Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics, Loyola University Chicago, Maywood, IL 60153, USA
Am J Bioeth 7:18-9; discussion W1-2. 2007
- Retractions, press releases and newspaper coverageRoy F Rada
Department of Information Systems, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD 21250, USA
Health Info Libr J 24:210-5. 2007To explore how often newspapers cover the retraction of a medical journal article and whether newspaper coverage corresponds with the appearance of a press release about the retraction.
- Myriad and the mass media: the covering of a gene patent controversyTimothy Caulfield
Health Law Institute, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Genet Med 9:850-5. 2007..We explore how the print media in four jurisdictions framed the controversy surrounding Myriad Genetic's BRCA patents and consider the possible influence of media on public perceptions and policy reform...
- "The VIHsibilite Project": HIV-positive people in the Quebec press and community responsesM N Mensah
Ecole de travail social and Institut de recherches et d études feministes, Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Succursale Centreville, Montreal, QC, Canada
AIDS Care 20:596-600. 2008..Preliminary findings include indications that seropositive women tend to be represented markedly differently from men in the news...
- Update on JAMA's Policy on Release of Information to the PublicPhil B Fontanarosa
JAMA 300:1585-7. 2008
- Whose interest? British newspaper reporting of use of medical records for researchLindsey Brown
The Ethox Centre, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
J Health Serv Res Policy 13:140-5. 2008..There is increasing debate about the ethics of using medical records for research. We aimed to characterize newspaper reporting in this area...
- A scoping review of research on complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and the mass media: looking back, moving forwardLaura C Weeks
Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary, 3330 Hospital Drive NW, Calgary, AB, Canada
BMC Complement Altern Med 8:43. 2008..A scoping review was conducted to: 1) determine the amount, focus and nature of research on CAM and the mass media; and 2) summarize and disseminate related research results...
- Presentation of eating disorders in the news media: What are the implications for patient diagnosis and treatment?Sarah K O'Hara
Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, USA
Patient Educ Couns 68:43-51. 2007..This disconnect potentially prevents timely ED diagnosis and reinforces a stigma that limits treatment availability. We examine the presentation of EDs in daily newspapers, an important contributor to shaping public perception of EDs.
- Schizophrenia in Turkish newspapers : retrospective scanning studyOmer Boke
Psychiatry Dept, Ondokuz Mayis University School of Medicine, Samsun, Turkey
Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol 42:457-61. 2007..We screened the online sites of 12 national newspapers which allow word scanning between the dates January 1, 2001 and May 1, 2006...
- SARS wars: an examination of the quantity and construction of health information in the news mediaTanya R Berry
Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education, Wilfrid Laurier University
Health Commun 21:35-44. 2007..This content analysis provides an empirical starting point for future research into how such health news may influence consumer's perceptions of health topics...
- Front-page news. The media finally realizes patient safety is an important storyMadge Kaplan
Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Boston, USA
Mod Healthc 35:22. 2005
- Assessment of cultural sensitivity of cancer information in ethnic print mediaDaniela B Friedman
Department of Health Studies and Gerontology, Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
J Health Commun 11:425-47. 2006..Community newspapers are an important source of cancer information for ethnic groups...
- All in the family: media presentations of family assisted suicide in BritainDaphna Birenbaum-Carmeli
Department of Nursing, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel, 31905
Soc Sci Med 63:2153-64. 2006..Within this context, we raise some questions regarding the broader political significance of such media representations...
- The "hospital superbug": social representations of MRSAPeter Washer
Academic Centre for Medical Education, University College London, Archway Campus Highgate Hill, London N19 3LW, UK
Soc Sci Med 63:2141-52. 2006..This constellation of meanings informs a somewhat different pattern of response to MRSA when compared to many past EIDs...
- Home truthsFrances Wheatley
Nurs Stand 20:30-1. 2006
- Drugs in the Brazilian print media: an exploratory survey of newspaper and magazine stories in the year 2000Ana Regina Noto
Departamento de Psicobiologia da Universidade Federal de São Paulo UNIFESP, Centro Brasileiro de Informações sobre Drogas CEBRID, Brasil
Subst Use Misuse 41:1263-76. 2006..Major newspapers and magazines of all Brazilian state capitals have been surveyed throughout year 2000, with 4,669 stories ..
- The power of the press: how one media spark ignited interest in forensic nursingDonna A Gaffney
Seton Hall University, College of Nursing, South Orange, NJ, USA
J Forensic Nurs 1:82-3. 2005
- How doctors can get behind the headlinesBen Goldacre
BMJ 334:613. 2007
- An analysis of reporting of sexually transmissible infections in indigenous Australians in mainstream Australian newspapersSandra C Thompson
Centre for International Health, Curtin University, PO Box U1987, Perth, WA 6845, Australia
Sex Health 4:9-16. 2007..To investigate the nature of, and trends in, Australian print media coverage of sexually transmissible infections (STI) in indigenous Australians...
- Quality of pharmaceutical industry press releases based on original researchBindee Kuriya
Department of Rheumatology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
PLoS ONE 3:e2828. 2008..Therefore, we sought to systematically examine pharmaceutical company press releases about original research for measures of quality...
- The role of the print media in informing the community about safety in public hospitals in Victoria, Australia: the case of "golden staph"Christine F Walker
Chronic Illness Alliance, Camberwell, Victoria 3124, Australia
Int J Qual Health Care 17:167-72. 2005....
- [The perception of veterinary medicine in the print media]K Dünnebier
Institut für Fleischhygiene und technologie, Fachbereich Veterinarmedizin, Freie Universitat Berlin
Dtsch Tierarztl Wochenschr 112:24-7. 2005..Institutional bodies should provide information, which covers the subject in a more realistic way in order to prevent a wrong understanding of the profession and to offer the whole scope of the public functions of veterinary medicine...
- Reduction in patient enrollment in the Veterans Health Administration after media coverage of adverse medical eventsWilliam B Weeks
Veterans Administration National Quality Scholars Fellowship Program, Veterans Health Administration VHA, National Center for Patient Safety NCPS, White River Junction, Vermont, USA
Jt Comm J Qual Saf 29:652-8. 2003..A retrospective cohort design was used to determine whether media coverage of adverse events that occurred in Veterans Health Administration (VHA) hospitals was associated with subsequent veteran disenrollment...
- A content analysis of sexually transmitted diseases in the print news mediaAnna E Davidson
Department of Psychiatry, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, California 94143, USA
J Health Commun 9:111-7. 2004
- Science writers' reactions to a medical "breakthrough" storyCrystale Purvis Cooper
Arizona Cancer Center, College of Medicine, University of Arizona, Tuscon, USA
Soc Sci Med 54:1887-96. 2002..Thus, some commonality exists between how scientists and science writers believe the news coverage of medical research could be improved...
- Full court press: a response to "Human embryo research and the language of moral uncertainty" by William P. CheshireHoward Trachtman
Am J Bioeth 4:W33-4. 2004
- Embryos, words, and numbers: the ethical treatment of opinionJeremy B A Green
Harvard Medical School, USA
Am J Bioeth 4:7-9; discussion W31-2. 2004
- Human embryo research and the language of moral uncertaintyWilliam P Cheshire
Mayo Clinic, USA
Am J Bioeth 4:1-5. 2004..The responsibility for holding the media to a higher standard of truth and fairness falls to us all...
- ["New wonder pill!"--what do Norwegian newspapers write]Sigurd Høye
Det medisinske fakultet Universitetet i Oslo 0316 Oslo
Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen 122:1671-6. 2002..The news media are an important source of information on new medical treatments. There is, however growing concern that some of the coverage may be inaccurate and overly enthusiastic, thereby misleading the general population...
- What hysteria? A systematic study of newspaper coverage of accused child molestersRoss E Cheit
A Alfred Taubman Center for Public Policy and American Institutions, Brown University, Campus Box 1977, Providence, RI 02912, USA
Child Abuse Negl 27:607-23. 2003....
- News media coverage of human papillomavirusRebecca Anhang
Harvard Center for Risk Analysis, Harvard School of Public Health, 718 Huntington Avenue, Suite 2, Boston, MA 02115-5924, USA
Cancer 100:308-14. 2004..METHODS: The authors conducted a content analysis of 111 news stories about HPV from the 10 most circulated newspapers and from 3 major television networks for the period from January 1995 through July 2002...
- Local newspapers, community partnerships, and health improvement projects: their roles in a comprehensive community initiativeAnne P Hubbell
Department of Communication Studies, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces 88003, USA
J Community Health 28:363-76. 2003..The articles were from three local newspapers, one in each of three communities...
- Assessing the impact of SSRI antidepressants on popular notions of women's depressive illnessJonathan M Metzl
Department of Psychiatry and Women s Studies Program, Director, Program in Culture, Health, and Medicine, University of Michigan, 2203 Lane Hall, 204 S State St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109 1092, USA
Soc Sci Med 58:577-84. 2004..established coding methods, we analyzed popular articles about depression from a mix of American magazines and newspapers spanning the years 1985-2000...
- 'The cold hard facts' immunisation and vaccine preventable diseases in Australia's newsprint media 1993-1998Julie Leask
Department of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of Sydney, Australia
Soc Sci Med 54:445-57. 2002....
- The reporting of crime and violence in the Los Angeles Times: is there a public health perspective?S Rodgers
School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Minnesota, 217 Murphy Hall, 206 Church Street S E, Minneapolis, MN 55455, USA
J Health Commun 6:169-82; discussion 189-92. 2001..The classic stereotyping of crime and violence framing is strongly present in the Times. We discuss what changes would be useful to provide news consumers with a more accurate picture of crime in their community...
- Journalists' knowledge of AIDS and attitude to persons living with HIV in Ibadan, NigeriaMadupeoluwa Doris Isibor
African Regional Health Education Centre, Department of Health Promotion and Education, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Afr J Reprod Health 8:101-10. 2004..Advocacy and training workshops are recommended to address this problem...
- [Dengue epidemics and press coverage]Elisabeth Franca
Departamento de Medicina Preventiva e Social, Faculdade de Medicina, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Cad Saude Publica 20:1334-41. 2004....
- Enhancing Civilian Support for Military Tobacco ControlRUTH E contact MALONE; Fiscal Year: 2010..Conduct a content analysis of messages directed at the veteran community about tobacco in (a) magazines and newspapers published for veterans, and (b) websites of VSOs;and 4) Based on the findings of Specific Aims #1-3, develop and ..
- Improving the Self-Efficacy of African American Parents in Infant Supine SleepKathryn L Moseley; Fiscal Year: 2010..public health effort to inform parents about the importance of infant supine sleep from physicians, nurses, newspapers, and other media...
- Mental Health Services and Global TradeHoward Waitzkin; Fiscal Year: 2004..This project will lead to several products: two journal articles; op-ed and similar articles for newspapers and magazines; a book; and a curriculum module for mental health services, policy studies, public health, social ..
- Components of nuptiality and fertility changeRobert Retherford; Fiscal Year: 2006..1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, and 2004 rounds of the National Survey on Family Planning, conducted by the Mainichi Newspapers of Japan. The proposed research has a methodological component as well as a substantive component...
- An Intervention for Promoting Smoke-free Policy in Rural KentuckyEllen J Hahn; Fiscal Year: 2010..Print media clippings from all 51 daily and non-daily newspapers in study counties will be evaluated for pro/con slant related to smoke-free environments...
- An Intervention for Promoting Smoke-free Policy in Rural KentuckyEllen Hahn; Fiscal Year: 2009..Print media clippings from all 51 daily and non-daily newspapers in study counties will be evaluated for pro/con slant related to smoke-free environments...
- An Intervention for Promoting Smoke-free Policy in Rural KentuckyEllen Hahn; Fiscal Year: 2007..Print media clippings from all 51 daily and non-daily newspapers in study counties will be evaluated for pro/con slant related to smoke-free environments...
- An Intervention for Promoting Smoke-free Policy in Rural KentuckyEllen Hahn; Fiscal Year: 2009
- Effectiveness of Intervention on HealthLisa Brosseau; Fiscal Year: 2003..In the first phase, a wide variety of written materials in various formats (newsletters, magazines, newspapers, brochures, etc.) and styles (case studies, personal stories from owners and workers, cartoons, etc...
- CANCER DIET KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEFS IN AFRICAN AMERICANSADELIA BOVELL BENJAMIN; Fiscal Year: 2003..Participants would be recruited through advertisements in campus newspapers, through university extension educators, social service workers, community-based organizations and Black ..
- School-Based Alcohol and HIV Prevention in South AfricaRick Zimmerman; Fiscal Year: 2006..schools and will continue themes developed in the curriculum, using posters, games and contests, comic books and newspapers, videos, and other media determined to be most likely to succeed in the South African setting...
- School-Based Alcohol and HIV Prevention in South AfricaRick Zimmerman; Fiscal Year: 2005..schools and will continue themes developed in the curriculum, using posters, games and contests, comic books and newspapers, videos, and other media determined to be most likely to succeed in the South African setting...
- Organized Labor and TobaccoEdith Balbach; Fiscal Year: 2007..on research conducted under Specific Aim #1, using additional information found through the labor press, local newspapers, and other written sources, and through interviews with key labor leaders and public health activists...
- KNOW YOUR BODY-HISPANIC COMM. SCIENCE EDUCATION PROJECTJ Vasquez; Fiscal Year: 2004..Tu Cuerpo website and the bilingual 800# helpline promoted by 147 participating radio stations and 102 newspapers nationwide...
- KNOW YOUR BODY-HISPANIC COMM. SCIENCE EDUCATION PROJECTRobert Russell; Fiscal Year: 2005..Tu Cuerpo website and the bilingual 800# helpline promoted by 147 participating radio stations and 102 newspapers nationwide...
- Organized Labor and TobaccoEdith Balbach; Fiscal Year: 2009..on research conducted under Specific Aim #1, using additional information found through the labor press, local newspapers, and other written sources, and through interviews with key labor leaders and public health activists...