Health, Healthcare, & Environmental Risk

Relevant Publications

  • Graham, S. S., Sharma, N., Karnes, M. S., Majdik, Z. P., Barbour, J. B., & Rousseau, J. F. (2023). A content analysis of self-reported financial relationships in biomedical research. AJOB Empirical Bioethics, 14(2), 91–98.

  • Wang, W., Atkinson, L., Kahlor, L. A., Jamar, P., & Lim, H. S. (2022). Avoiding Covid‐19 risk information in the United States: The role of attitudes, norms, affect, social dominanceorientations, and perceived trustworthiness of scientists. Risk Analysis.

  • Spates, S. A., Westerman, C. Y. K., Laam, L., & Goke, R. (2022) Exploring the relationship between perceptions of safety culture and patient safety events in inpatient clinical teams. Journal of Patient Safety and Quality Improvement, 10(3), 83-95.

  • Lu, S., & Zhong, L. (2022). From believing to sharing: Examining the effects of partisan media’s correction of COVID-19 vaccine misinformation. International Journal of Communication, 16(22).
  • Kingsley Westerman, C. Y., Haverkamp, E. M., & Zeng, C. (2022). Understanding disclosure of health information to workplace friends. Behavioral Sciences, 12, 355.
  • Graham, S. S., Karnes, M. S., Jensen, J. T., Sharma, N., Barbour, J. B., Majdik, Z. P., & Rousseau, J. F. (2022). Evidence for stratified conflicts of interest in research contexts: A methodological review. BMJ Open, 12, e063501.

  • Lammers, S. M., Woods, R. J., Brotherson, S. E., Deal, J. E., & Platt, C. A. (2022). Explaining adherence to American Academy of Pediatrics screen time recommendations with caregiver awareness and parental motivation factors: Mixed methods study. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting, 5(2), e29102.

  • Shah, P., Wang, W., Yang, J. Z., Kahlor, L., & Anderson, J. (2022). Framing climate changemitigation technology: The impact of risk versus benefit messaging on support for carbon captureand storage. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 119, 103737.

  • Graham, S. S., Majdik, Z. P., Barbour, J. B., & Rousseau, J. F. (2022). Associations between aggregate NLP-extracted conflicts of interest and adverse events by drug product. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 290, 405–409.

  • Wang, W., Kahlor, L. A., Moon, W.-K., & Olson, H. C. (2021). Person, place, or thing: Individual, community, and risk information seeking. Science Communication, 43(3), 307-335.

  • Graham, S. S., Majdik, Z. P., Barbour, J. B., & Rousseau, J. F. (2021). A dahboard for exploring clinical trials sponsorship and potential virtual monopolies. JAMIA Open, 4(4), ooab089.

  • Duchsherer, A., Jason, M., Platt, C. A., & Majdik, Z. P. (2020). Immunized against science: Narrative community building among vaccine refusing/hesitant parents. Public Understanding of Science, 29(4), 419–435.

  • Spates, S. A., Kingsley Westerman, C. Y., Laam, L. A., & Goke, R. (2020). Exploring challenges of hospital chaplains in transdisciplinary teams. Frontiers in Communication, 5, 1-4.

  • Paskewitz, E. A., & Beck, S. J. (2018). Exploring member-leader behaviors and interaction in an online support group. Small Group Research, 49(4), 452-474.

  • Westerman, C. Y. K., Currie-Mueller, J. L., Motto, J. S., & Curti, L. C. (2017). How supervisor relationships and protection rules affect employees’ attempts to manage health information at work. Health Communication, 32(12), 1520-1528.

  • Beck, S. J., Paskewitz, E., Anderson, W., Bourdeaux, R., & Currie, J. (2017). The task and relational dimensions of online social support. Health Communication, 32(3), 347-355.

  • Vosen Callens, M. (2016). Using Wikipedia to teach written health communication. In K. Bryant (Ed.), Engaging 21st century writers with social media (pp. 247-258). IGI Global.

  • Westerman, C. Y. K., Miller, L., Reno, K. M., & Spates, S. A. (2015). Personal health information sharing: What is appropriate and expected in organizations? Communication Studies, 66, 378-397.

  • Silk, K. J., Westerman, C. Y. K., Strom, R., & Andrews, K. (2008). The role of patient-centeredness in predicting compliance with mammogram recommendations: An analysis of the HINTS national survey. Communication Research Reports, 25, 131-144.

  • Silk, K. J., Bigsby, E., Volkman, J., Kingsley, C., Atkin, C., Ferrara, M., Ball, V., & Goins, L. A. (2006). Formative research on adolescent and adult perceptions of risk factors for breast cancer. Social Science & Medicine, 63, 3124-3136.

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