Summary: The means of interchanging or transmitting and receiving information. Historically the media were written: books, journals, newspapers, and other publications; in the modern age the media include, in addition, radio, television, computers, and information networks.
Publications174 found, 100 shown here
- Representing infant feeding: content analysis of British media portrayals of bottle feeding and breast feedingL Henderson
Centre for Media and Communications Research, Department of Human Sciences, Brunel University, London UB8 3PH
BMJ 321:1196-8. 2000..To examine how breast feeding and bottle feeding are represented by the British media...
- Anthrax 2001: observations on the medical and public health responseElin Gursky
ANSER Institute for Homeland Security, Arlington, Virginia, USA
Biosecur Bioterror 1:97-110. 2003
- Misled and confused? Telling the public about MMR vaccine safety. Measles, mumps, and rubellaC J Clements
Department of Vaccines and Biologicals, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
J Med Ethics 29:22-6. 2003....
- Media as a public health issueDimitri A Christakis
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 160:445-6. 2006
- Mediated consumer-provider communication in cancer care: the empowering potential of new technologiesRichard L Street
Department of Communication, Texas A and M University, College Station, TX 77843 4234, USA
Patient Educ Couns 50:99-104. 2003....
- The Human Genome Project: an examination of its challenge to the technological imperativeCheryl A Koski
Department of Journalism and Media Studies, Science Journalism Program, University of South Florida, 140 Seventh Avenue South, FCT 204, St Petersburg, FL 33701 5016, USA
New Genet Soc 24:265-81. 2005....
- Biotechnology and the popular press: hype and the selling of scienceTimothy Caulfield
Health Law Institute, 461 Law Centre, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2H5 Canada
Trends Biotechnol 22:337-9. 2004..As such, there are reasons to believe that the hyping of research results might be part of a more systemic problem associated with the increasingly commercial nature of the research environment...
- A framework for the evaluation of Internet-based diabetes managementChristian P Mazzi
Faculty of Medicine, The University of Sydney, Chatswood, NSW 2067 Australia
J Med Internet Res 4:e1. 2002..However, the following aspects must be considered: what are the key metrics for the evaluation of a diabetes-management site? how should these sites grow in the future and what services should they offer?..
- The challenge of evaluating complex interventions: a framework for evaluating media advocacyMartine Stead
Centre for Social Marketing, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
Health Educ Res 17:351-64. 2002..The framework can be used to encourage strategic reflection on the media advocacy process, to guide evaluation of specific interventions, and to demonstrate to funders the importance and complexity of evaluation in this promising field...
- Conference promotion in the media: serving whose interests?Melissa Sweet
Med J Aust 177:341-2. 2002
- Promoting identification of HIV-infected youths: borrowing concepts from the media to reduce the HIV epidemic?Ligia Peralta
University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine, 120 Penn Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201, USA
J Assoc Acad Minor Phys 13:41-7. 2002..In addition, the article describes the key elements of the social marketing initiative: 1) designing a meaningful message, 2) attaining audience credibility, and 3) mobilizing the community...
- Encouraging Vietnamese-American women to obtain Pap tests through lay health worker outreach and media educationTram K Lam
Suc Khoe La Vang Health is Gold, Vietnamese Community Health Promotion Project, Division of General Internal Medicine, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, USA
J Gen Intern Med 18:516-24. 2003..Few studies have examined whether community-based participatory research can effectively address Asian immigrants' health problems. This article reports the preliminary evaluation of 1 such project...
- A statewide evaluation of the effectiveness of media literacy training to prevent tobacco use among adolescentsBruce E Pinkleton
Murrow School of Communication, Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164 2520, USA
Health Commun 21:23-34. 2007..The results also show the importance of measuring cognitive and affective indicators of decision making that may change gradually as participants gain experience putting lessons learned into action...
- Women seeking health information: distinguishing the web userDorothy Warner
Rider University Libraries, Lawrenceville, New Jersey 08648 3099, USA
J Health Commun 12:787-814. 2007..In most cases, Web users expressed a higher awareness of resources, regardless of format. Web users did not report that finding health information, from any channel, however, was noticeably easier...
- Medical connections: use of the internet and traditional sources of health information by rural Alabama householdsLaura M Hall
Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center, Kentucky College of Public Health, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 40504, USA
J Agromedicine 10:17-26. 2005..Medical professionals, doctors and pharmacists, were the most utilized information source by rural households; but those households connected to the Internet used on-line sources, even e-mail to communicate with their doctors...
- Are television stations and weather pages still reporting the UV index? A national media follow-up studyKatie R Brooks
Arch Dermatol 141:526. 2005
- [Media and public health: example of heat wave during summer 2003]L Boyer
Laboratoire de Santé Publique, Faculte de Medecine Timone, 27, Boulevard Jean Moulin, 13005 Marseille
Rev Epidemiol Sante Publique 53:525-34. 2005..The objective was to analyze French coverage of public health information during the August 2003 heat wave...
- Impact of statewide program to promote appropriate antimicrobial drug useEdward A Belongia
Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation, Marshfield, Wisconsin 54449, USA
Emerg Infect Dis 11:912-20. 2005....
- A comparison of Internet and print-based physical activity interventionsBess H Marcus
The Miriam Hospital and Brown Medical School, Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine, Providence, RI 02903, USA
Arch Intern Med 167:944-9. 2007..Using the Internet to deliver a tailored physical activity intervention offers an alternative to print that might be available to larger populations at a lower cost...
- Doctor, would you comment on this lawsuit, please?Charles Y Sipe
Goodman, Allen and Filetti, PLLC, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA
J Am Coll Radiol 2:193-4. 2005
- Perceptions of traditional information sources and use of the world wide web to seek health information: findings from the health information national trends surveyStephen A Rains
Department of Communication, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85721 0025, USA
J Health Commun 12:667-80. 2007..The implications of the findings for research on information seeking and the role of the Web in patient empowerment are discussed...
- How adolescents use technology for health information: implications for health professionals from focus group studiesHarvey Skinner
Department of Public Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
J Med Internet Res 5:e32. 2003..Yet, they are typically the early adopters of new technology (eg, the Internet). This creates important opportunities for engaging youths via eHealth...
- Hospital sees success by the dashboard lightKandace McLaughlin
Profiles Healthc Commun 23:10-3, 2. 2007..It seems no business is complete without an online presence. Crouse Hospital has gone one step further, creating an interactive informational Web site that puts its employees in the driver's seat...
- Readers' responses to "is there a place for medical blogs in a medical media company?"Steven Hoffman
MedGenMed 8:4; author reply 4. 2006
- Training scientists to be journalists. Clear and accessible writing is not good enough for the public. Above all, it has to have sparkleJohn Wilkes
Science Communication Program at the University of California, Santa Cruz, CA, USA
EMBO Rep 3:1005-8. 2002
- [Design of a communicative model from a social perspective oriented toward physical activity]Adriana Prieto-Rodríguez
Departamento del Movimiento Corporal Humano, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad Nacional
Rev Salud Publica (Bogota) 8:81-93. 2006..Based on a macro-intentional model, this network was aimed at strengthening understanding around the subject of physical activity among those people affected by the issue, from a multidimensional perspective...
- Genetically modified foods: why the public frenzy? Role of mainstream news mediaHarihara M Mehendale
Int J Toxicol 23:279-80. 2004
- Capturing public uneaseNigel Williams
Curr Biol 12:R229. 2002
- The story behind the American Society for Reproductive Medicine's prevention of infertility campaignMichael R Soules
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Universuty of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98105, USA
Fertil Steril 80:295-9. 2003
- A case study of a retracted systematic review on interactive health communication applications: impact on media, scientists, and patientsRoy Rada
Department of Information Systems, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD 21250, USA
J Med Internet Res 7:e18. 2005..While the original study results and their negative conclusions were widely publicized in the media, the retraction seemed to go unnoticed...
- Delay in the diagnosis of cutaneous melanoma: an analysis of 233 patientsM H Schmid-Wendtner
Department of Dermatology and Allergology, Ludwig Maximilians University, Frauenlobstrasse 9 11, D 80337 Munich, Germany
Melanoma Res 12:389-94. 2002..Further efforts are necessary to improve public and medical education about early detection and prompt surgical treatment, which is known to be the most effective treatment modality for cutaneous melanomas...
- The effect of age on the use of health and self-care information: confronting the stereotypeLisa Smith Wagner
Department of Psychology, University of San Francisco, CA 94117, USA
Gerontologist 43:318-24. 2003..The study's primary objective was to evaluate whether a health information intervention had a differential effect for people of different ages...
- Addressing media stigma for people experiencing mental illness using an entertainment-education strategyUte Ritterfeld
Annenburg School for Communication, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089, USA
J Health Psychol 11:247-67. 2006..Implications of this study to the mental health research and the design of Entertainment-Education contents are discussed...
- Evaluation of an ethnic media campaign on patterns of HIV testing among people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in AustraliaTadgh McMahon
Multicultural HIV AIDS and Hepatitis C Service, PO Box M139, Missenden Road, NSW 2050, Australia
Sex Health 1:91-4. 2004..To evaluate a 2-week pilot ethnic media campaign that was implemented in 14 languages to promote awareness of HIV/AIDS and HIV testing among selected non-English speaking populations in Australia in November/December 2000...
- Evaluation of booster seat campaignJulie Mytton
Inj Prev 13:70. 2007
- [Diffusion of science, communication, and health]Maria Letícia Galluzzi Bizzo
Departamento de Nutrição Social e Aplicada, Instituto de Nutrição, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, 21941 590, Brasil
Cad Saude Publica 18:307-14. 2002..The link between various fields of knowledge and practice highlight possibilities and obstacles in the historical and social context...
- Discursive media strategies in the journalistic construction of schistosomiasis in Jaboticatubas, Minas GeraisCelina Maria Modena
Laboratorio de Educação em Saúde, Centro de Pesquisa Rene Rachou FIOCRUZ, Av Augusto de Lima 1715, Barro Preto, 31190 002 Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil
Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz 101:97-102. 2006..It was concluded that the economic organization of space was a determining factor in the production and circulation of the media discourses...
- The HRT furore: getting the message rightAnushka Patel
Med J Aust 177:345-6. 2002
- Breast cancer in the media--friend or enemy?Mary Rice
Blueprint Partners, Brussels, Belgium
Breast 12:417-9. 2003
- Reduced hospitalisation of burns patients following a multi-media campaign that increased adequacy of first aid treatmentAdrian M Skinner
South Auckland Burn Service, C Department of Plastic Surgery, Middlemore Hospital, P O Box 93311, Otahuhu, Auckland, New Zealand
Burns 30:82-5. 2004..Concern engendered by a previous study that showed inadequate first aid for burn injuries was prevalent in the community led to a novel multi-media public health campaign ensued to address the issue...
- Using new media to build social capital for health: a qualitative process evaluation study of participation in the CityNet projectBruce Bolam
University of Bristol, UK
J Health Psychol 11:297-308. 2006..This illustrates how concepts of power are important for understanding the process of health promotion interventions using new media...
- Health issues in journalism and reportingJ L Collins
University of Illinois, Chicago, USA
Occup Med 16:583-94, iv. 2001..Some of the more common risks within the profession include those relating to travel, repetitive strain, and psychological stress...
- Electronic bullying among middle school studentsRobin M Kowalski
Department of Psychology, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina 29634, USA
J Adolesc Health 41:S22-30. 2007..The present study examined the prevalence of electronic bullying among middle school students...
- Effect of media on children and adolescents: it's about timeDonald Shifrin
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 160:448-50. 2006
- [Preliminary evaluation of Chile's First Citizen Consensus Conference]Alberto Pellegrini Filho
Unidad de Promoción y Desarrollo de la Investigación, Area de Gestión de la Información y Conocimiento, Organizacion Panamericana de la Salud, Washington, D C, EUA
Rev Panam Salud Publica 15:351-7. 2004..there will be an external evaluation of the outcomes and impact of the conference, especially in the communications media, public debate, decision-making, and perceptions of the persons who were involved...
- [Scientific journalism and epidemiological risk]Olinda do Carmo Luiz
Disciplina de Saúde Coletiva da Faculdade de Medicina do ABC e Núcleo de Investigação em Sistemas e Serviços de Saúde NISIS, Instituto de Saúde da SES SP, Sao Paulo SP
Cien Saude Colet 12:717-26. 2007The importance of the communications media in the construction of symbols has been widely acknowledged...
- Women dwelling with violenceC B Draucker
College of Nursing, Kent State University, OH, USA
Image J Nurs Sch 31:327-32. 1999..Sexual violence against women by men known to them is a significant health problem, yet little is known about how such violence affects women's everyday experience...
- [Views of primary care users concerning generic medicines and the cost of medication]M Blasco Oliete
Médico de Familia EAP Humanes Area 9 IMSALUD Madrid España
Aten Primaria 31:170-7. 2003..To assess primary care users' views on generic drugs, approach to them and degree of understanding of them; and to find the importance they attach to the economic cost of medication...
- Supportive accountability: a model for providing human support to enhance adherence to eHealth interventionsDavid C Mohr
Department of Preventive Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, United States
J Med Internet Res 13:e30. 2011..Different communications media each have their own potential benefits and disadvantages...
- How communication with families can both help and hinder service members' mental health and occupational effectiveness on deploymentTalya Greene
Academic Centre for Defence Mental Health, King s College London, Weston Education Centre, Cutcombe Road, London SE5 9RJ, United Kingdom
Mil Med 175:745-9. 2010..Therefore it is important to ensure that communications media is both affordable and accessible while on deployment...
- Ethics of medical records and professional communicationsPatricia R Recupero
The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, and Butler Hospital, 345 Blackstone Boulevard, Providence, RI 02906, USA
Child Adolesc Psychiatr Clin N Am 17:37-51, viii. 2008..confidentiality of the patient and family members, maintaining objectivity and neutrality, electronic communications media, and professional activities (eg, political advocacy)...
- The functions of internet use and their social and psychological consequencesE B Weiser
Department of Psychology, Curry College, Milton, Massachusetts 02186 2395, USA
Cyberpsychol Behav 4:723-43. 2001..Drawing on the uses and gratifications model of communications media, it was hypothesized that the social and psychological effects of Internet use depend primarily on the user'..
- Trauma on the Internet: early experience with a World Wide Web server dedicated to trauma and critical careE F Block
Department of Surgery, Louisiana State University Medical Center Shreveport 71130 3932, USA
J Trauma 41:265-70. 1996The Internet is the newest and one of the most powerful communications media today. This study evaluates the utility of dissemination of educational information and exchange of ideas related to trauma at a single site on the Internet...
- The transition to digital media in biocommunicationsP J Lynch
Center for Advanced Instructional Media, Yale University School of Medicine, USA
J Biocommun 23:2-7. 1996..The transition to digital communications media will require financial, organizational, and professional changes in current biomedical communications ..
- Crossed wires: how yesterday's privacy rules might undercut tomorrow's nationwide health information networkMichael D Greenberg
RAND Center for Corporate Ethics and Governance in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 28:450-2. 2009..This is necessary because the current framework of privacy laws is not well suited for regulating a transformed health care system, where computer networks supersede conventional communications media.
- The Schiavo case and the culture warsJames Hitchcock
St Louis University, USA
Hum Life Rev 31:50-60. 2005
- Mediation and the construction of contemporary understandings of health and lifestyleDarrin Hodgetts
Department of Psychology, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand
J Health Psychol 10:123-36. 2005..Extracts from research accounts are used to illustrate the pervasiveness of media health messages in everyday life and the prominence of a sense of individual responsibility...
- The association between media multitasking, task-switching, and dual-task performanceReem Alzahabi
Department of Psychology, Michigan State University
J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 39:1485-95. 2013..Thus, while media multitasking was not associated with increased ability to process 2 tasks in parallel, it was associated with an increased ability to shift between discrete tasks...
- Information and communications technology for future health systems in developing countriesHenry Lucas
The Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, Brighton BN1 9RE, United Kingdom
Soc Sci Med 66:2122-32. 2008....
- The contribution of media consumption to civic participationSonia Livingstone
Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Br J Sociol 59:351-71. 2008..These findings provided little support for the media malaise thesis, and instead were interpreted as providing qualified support for the cognitive/motivational theory of news as a means of engaging the public...
- Endocrine disruptors, travel-associated illness, and media violence: important health considerations for children and adolescentsAmy E Pattishall
Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Curr Opin Pediatr 22:814-21. 2010..This article addresses three important topics that are part of contemporary life for children: endocrine disruptors, hazards of international travel, and the impact of media violence on children and adolescents...
- Healthy Living Partnerships to Prevent Diabetes: recruitment and baseline characteristicsCaroline S Blackwell
Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Division of Public Health Sciences, Medical Center Boulevard, Winston Salem, NC 27157, USA
Contemp Clin Trials 32:40-9. 2011..These differences, reflecting in part the community in which HELP PD was conducted, may have implications for retention and adherence in the lifestyle intervention group...
- Importance of risk communication during and after a nuclear accidentTanja Perko
University of of Antwerp, Prinsstraat 13, 2000 Antwerpen, Belgium
Integr Environ Assess Manag 7:388-92. 2011..This article addresses the main communication challenges and suggests possible risk communication approaches to adopt in the case of a nuclear accident...
- Family factors affecting on withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment in KoreaKae Hwa Jo
College of Nursing, Catholic University of Daegu, Daegu, Korea
Int J Nurs Pract 18:552-8. 2012..This study demonstrated that balanced families with optimal family cohesion and communication are predicted to easily accept withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment for their family member at the terminal stage in Korea...
- Promoting better quality media coverage of cancerKathy Redmond
Nat Clin Pract Oncol 4:613. 2007
- Fostering repeat donations in GhanaS Owusu-Ofori
Transfusion Medicine Unit, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kumasi, Ghana
Biologicals 38:47-52. 2010..The availability of replacement donors who are a cheaper source of blood has not enhanced repeat voluntary donor initiatives...
- The neural correlates of persuasion: a common network across cultures and mediaEmily B Falk
University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90095 1563, USA
J Cogn Neurosci 22:2447-59. 2010....
- Education policy implications from the Expert Panel on Electronic Media and Youth ViolenceMaria R Worthen
U S Department of Education, Washington, DC 20202 6200, USA
J Adolesc Health 41:S61-3. 2007..Specific recommendations based on these conclusions are discussed, and research priorities for the prevention and education fields are identified...
- Social media in the 2011 Egyptian uprisingRobert Brym
Department of Sociology, University of Toronto
Br J Sociol 65:266-92. 2014..data to assess two narratives that have crystallized around the 2011 Egyptian uprising: (1) New electronic communications media constituted an important and independent cause of the protests in so far as they enhanced the capacity of ..
- Public awareness of human papillomavirusK S Cuschieri
Specialist Virology Centre, Department of Laboratory Medicine, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
J Med Screen 13:201-7. 2006....
- As health bodies begin to engage with the press in earnestShannon McKenzie
J R Soc Promot Health 128:151. 2008
- Bringing communication together. As the number of communication mediums increases, healthcare workers can benefit from a unified approachMark Wechsler
Avaya, New Jersey, USA
Healthc Inform 25:56-8. 2008
- A multifaceted intervention to improve antimicrobial prescribing for upper respiratory tract infections in a small rural communityMichael A Rubin
Department of Internal Medicine, University of Utah, School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT 84132, USA
Clin Infect Dis 40:546-53. 2005..Antibiotic prescribing for upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs) is widespread, is often inappropriate, and may contribute to antibiotic resistance among community-acquired pathogens, such as Streptococcus pneumoniae...
- Familiarity breeds distortion: the effects of media exposure on false reports concerning media coverage of the terrorist attacks in london on 7 July 2005James Ost
Department of Psychology, University of Portsmouth, King Henry Building, King Henry I Street, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO1 2DY, UK
Memory 16:76-85. 2008..This experiment provides further support for the role of imaginative processes in the development of false memories...
- Carilion Life-Guard: a quarter century of air medical serviceCarl T Cline
Carilion Patient Transportation Services
Air Med J 25:118-21. 2006
- Prescribers prefer people: The sources of information used by doctors for prescribing suggest that the medium is more important than the messageP McGettigan
Discipline of Clinical Pharmacology, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Br J Clin Pharmacol 51:184-9. 2001....
- Promoting pneumococcal immunizations among rural Medicare beneficiaries using multiple strategiesElizabeth A Johnson
Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, Cogswell Building, C 317, PO Box 202951, Helena, MT 59620 2951, USA
J Rural Health 19:506-10. 2003..Vaccine-preventable diseases among adults are major contributing causes of morbidity and mortality in the United States. However, adult immunizations continue to be underutilized in both urban and rural areas...
- On the road to reform: advocacy and activism in end-of-life careErika Blacksher
Community State Partnerships to Improve End of Life Care, Midwest Bioethics Center, Kansas City, Missouri 64105 1329, USA
J Palliat Med 5:13-22. 2002....
- Blackie Memorial Lecture 2001. Homeopathy: progress and promise, a critical perspectiveJ P Borneman
Br Homeopath J 90:204-13. 2001..The volume of research is growing steadily. A series of recommendations is made, including modernisation of the terminology of homeopathy, training of more practitioners, a defined research agenda and integration into the medical system...
- The rising cost of health care: can demand be reduced through more effective health promotion?Peter Phillips
Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust, Ipswich, UK
J Eval Clin Pract 8:415-9. 2002..Widespread collaboration among health care agencies, private and public utilities, the entertainment industry and the communications media will be necessary in order to provide the necessary incentives for lifestyle changes.
- Patient information: Part 4. Content and presentationMark Duman
Prof Nurse 19:354-5. 2004
- Economy-class syndrome: media hype or real risk?Ida Martinelli
Haematologica 88:486-8. 2003
- Do sensational media reports about severe acute respiratory syndrome affect the mindset of healthcare workers?J Karlberg
Acta Paediatr 92:1349-50. 2003
- Rhinoplasty for the Mediterranean nosePietro Palma
ENT Department, University of Insubria Ospedale di Circolo Fondazione Macchi, Varese, Italy
Facial Plast Surg 19:279-94. 2003Homogenization of world culture through communications media, refinements in surgical techniques, and improved rhinoplasty results have resulted in a more extended dissemination of rhinoplasty among non-Caucasians...
- Focus groups with smokers to develop a smoke-free home campaignR Gupta
Toronto Public Health, ON, Canada
Am J Health Behav 25:564-71. 2001..To identify key messages and strategies suggested to be effective in influencing attitudinal and behavioral change in homes in which smoking is allowed to occur...
- Sources of HIV-prevention information for individuals at high riskL M Sagrestano
Department of Psychology, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale 62901 6502, USA
Am J Health Behav 25:545-56. 2001..To identify the best methods of reaching individuals at high risk with HIV-prevention messages...
- A detailed examination of the clinical terms and concepts required for communication by electronic messages in diabetes careN J Vaughan
Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, UK
Diabetes Nutr Metab 13:201-9. 2000..This needs to be facilitated for an appropriate group of such professionals. To achieve such a Standard, continued co-operation with CEN/ISSS was recognised to be very important...
- Myths, disasters and miraclesJ A Lee
University of Sheffield, UK
Biologist (London) 48:52. 2001..Yet the overwhelming impression we get from the media is one of a healthcare system in crisis, every day bringing a new scandal or another addition to a seemingly endless litany of moans. What is going on?..
- Consumer acceptance of biotechnology and the role of second generation technologies in the USA and EuropeJayson L Lusk
Trends Biotechnol 23:386-7. 2005
- Anxiety and support in breast cancer: is this different for affluent and deprived women? A questionnaire studyU Macleod
General Practice and Primary Care, Division of Community Health Sciences, University of Glasgow, 1 Horselethill Road, Glasgow G12 9LX, UK
Br J Cancer 91:879-83. 2004..Health professionals need to be aware of the greater psychological distress demonstrated by deprived women, even some years after diagnosis with breast cancer, and seek to address it...
- Media coverage of women's health issues: is there a bias in the reporting of an association between hormone replacement therapy and breast cancer?M K Whiteman
Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine, 660 W Redwood Street, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA
J Womens Health Gend Based Med 10:571-7. 2001..Media coverage of this controversial issue is based on a limited sample of the scientific publications. Moreover, the excess of media citations for positive scientific publications suggests a bias against null scientific publications...
- Technology and the delivery of the curriculum of the future: opportunities and challengesJohn Sandars
Medical Eduacation Unit, Leeds Institute of Medical Education, The University of Leeds, Leeds, UK
Med Teach 34:534-8. 2012..There is a little evidence base to support the impact on learning for many of the potential scenarios and further research is urgently required...
- Desensitization to media violence: links with habitual media violence exposure, aggressive cognitions, and aggressive behaviorBarbara Krahé
Department of Psychology, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany
J Pers Soc Psychol 100:630-46. 2011..This suggests that the observed desensitization effects are specific to violent content...
- [Evaluation of a community-based health education program for salt reduction through media campaigns]Kimiko Yokota
Department of Public Health and Welfare, Kyowa Municipal Office, Kyowa, Japan
Nihon Koshu Eisei Zasshi 53:543-53. 2006..To provide the strategies, achievement and evaluation of a community health education program for salt reduction with media campaigns...
- New visual technologies in court: directions for researchNeal Feigenson
School of Law, Quinnipiac University, 275 Mt Carmel Avenue, Hamden, Connecticut 06518, USA
Law Hum Behav 27:109-26. 2003..They outline a paradigm for conducting such research, illustrate it with several possible empirical studies of varying levels of experimental and conceptual complexity, and identify directions for subsequent research...
- Youth as content producers in a niche social network siteChristine Greenhow
College of Education and the iSchool, University of Maryland, USA
New Dir Youth Dev 2010:55-63. 2010..Links between youth's online contributions and their interest, self-expression, social connections, and civic involvement are discussed...
- Understanding the threats posed by non-native species: public vs. conservation managersRodolphe E Gozlan
Centre for Conservation Ecology and Environmental Sciences, School of Applied Sciences, Bournemouth University, Fern Barrow, Poole, Dorset, UK
PLoS ONE 8:e53200. 2013..The case study of the topmouth gudgeon Pseudorasbora parva reveals that media pressure and political debate has greater capacity to ignite policy changes and impact studies on non-native species than scientific evidence alone...
- [Comparison of mail and meeting forms in evaluation of Delphi study]Yan min Wang
Department of Epidemiology and Health Statistics, Zhejiang University School of Public Health, Hangzhou 310058, China
Zhejiang Da Xue Xue Bao Yi Xue Ban 40:276-80. 2011..To evaluate and compare mail and meeting forms in evaluation of Delphi study...
- Biofeedback using telemedicine: clinical applications and case illustrationsJ Earles
Center of Excellence in Professional Psychology, Department of Psychology, Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Behav Med 27:77-82. 2001..to offer medical healthcare, in the form of consultation, assessment, and treatment, through the use of new communications media. In behavioral medicine, advances in telecommunications have brought about new ways of offering services by ..
- Multimedia campaign on a shoestring: promoting 'Stay Active - Stay Independent' among seniorsFranklin John-Leader
Health Promotion, North Coast Area Health Service, New South Wales
Health Promot J Austr 19:22-8. 2008..The 'To Be Young at Heart - Stay Active Stay Independent' (SASI) campaign was one arm of a multi-strategic program to reduce falls among seniors by promoting physical activity...
- Hormone therapy use after the Women's Health InitiativeA H MacLennan
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia
Climacteric 7:138-42. 2004..To continue surveillance of hormone therapy (HT) use in an Australian population and to assess the impact of the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) and associated reports on HT use 16 months after the results of the WHI were first reported...
- GENETIC AND IMMUNOLOGIC ANALYSIS OF MICROTUBULE PROTEINSLawrence Goldstein; Fiscal Year: 2006..We will determine the composition and role in kinesin-I transport of components of the syd/JIP-3 and the amyloid precursor protein complexes. ..
- Stereotype Threat and Older AdultsLisa Wagner; Fiscal Year: 2002..abstract_text> ..
- Video Game ViolenceBRAD BUSHMAN; Fiscal Year: 2009....
- Rapid Analysis of Influenza Vaccine EffectivenessEdward Belongia; Fiscal Year: 2007..Interim and annual estimates of VE with 95% confidence intervals will be provided to CDC, including overall VE and VE for each of the priority age groups. ..
- Opiate-Induced Tolerance & Hyperalgesia in Pain PatientsLawrence Chu; Fiscal Year: 2008..abstract_text> ..
- Antibiotic use and bacteriuria in the rural nursing homeMichael Rubin; Fiscal Year: 2007..abstract_text> ..
- Women's and Men's Responses to Sexual ViolenceClaire Draucker; Fiscal Year: 2007..unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- The Economics of Mental Health DispartiesFrederick Zimmerman; Fiscal Year: 2007..Finally, the last 18 months of the grant will be devoted to developing a new research protocol on the role of time preference (i.e., impatience or delay of gratification) in determining patient demand for mental health services. ..
- Serious Youth Violence & Long-term Use of Violent MediaL Huesmann; Fiscal Year: 2006..abstract_text> ..
- Hormonal Factors in Invasive and LMP Ovarian CancersWendy Brewster; Fiscal Year: 2006..abstract_text> ..
- Youth's Social Cognitive Responses to Scenes of Ethnic ViolenceL Huesmann; Fiscal Year: 2006..unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Patterns and Transitions in Alcohol Use For Urban YouthJennifer Epstein; Fiscal Year: 2005..Results of this research will provide information relevant to development of more effective alcohol prevention approaches for these predominantly ethnic minority youth residing in inner-city regions. ..
- Interactive Mature-Driver Safety and Decision CourseBRIAN DANAHER; Fiscal Year: 2004..The underlying theories for supporting behavior change are the Theory of Reasoned Action and Social Cognitive Theory. Phase I will target female mature-drivers and will be evaluated in a randomized trial. ..
- ECTOPY, HORMONAL CONTRACEPTION AND STD'S IN ADOLESCENTSLigia Peralta; Fiscal Year: 2004..They have collaborated on the preliminary study and have experience in planning, implementing and managing successful longitudinal studies on high-risk youth. ..
- Pregnancy Prevention Program for the Learning DisabledBRIAN DANAHER; Fiscal Year: 2002..This product will be attractive to people with learning disabilities and anyone serving this population (e.g., parents, schools, training centers, vocational and residential services, public health clinics, and group homes). ..
- CROSS GENERATIONAL INFLUENCES ON DEV OF AGGRESSIONL Huesmann; Fiscal Year: 2002..Finally, we will evaluate the role of cognitive, information-processing factors as mediators in a social- learning process that teachers children life-long aggressive habits and promotes transmission across generations. ..
- OSTEOPOROSIS PREVENTION IN SEDENTARY ADOLESCENT FEMALESMargaret Schneider; Fiscal Year: 2009..Affective response to exercise and intrinsic motivation to exercise will be assessed using standardized questionnaires. A one-year follow-up will examine changes in physical activity participation since the baseline testing. ..
- Internet Technologies to Increase Exercise BehaviorBess Marcus; Fiscal Year: 2006..This study will contribute important information regarding the relative efficacy of Internet and print-based interventions, each of which can be utilized for widespread public health dissemination. [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- EXERCISE TO AID SMOKING CESSATION IN WOMENBess Marcus; Fiscal Year: 2003..We will also conduct a cost analysis to determine the costs of delivering CTQ in the YMCA setting. Thus, we will create a dissemination model that can be sustained and more widely implemented in the YMCA network. ..