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Advances in communication research to reduce childhood obesity

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Jerome D. Williams, Keryn E. Pasch, Chiquita A. Collins, editors. --New York, NY: Springer , c2013.
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Limited-edition flavor promotions. Pop-ups on the Net. Junk food blogs. Cereal ads in cartoon shows. Between traditional and emerging media, today's youth are exposed to more advertisements for food and beverages than ever--and, unfortunately, the rising number of overweight and obese children and teenagers reflects this, as do the alarming rates of weight-related disease among young people. Advances in Communication Research to Reduce Childhood Obesity focuses not only on the power of media in…
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Williams, Jerome D
Pasch, Keryn E
Collins, Chiquita A
Responsibility
Jerome D. Williams, Keryn E. Pasch, Chiquita A. Collins, editors
Place of Publication
New York, NY
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2013
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxxii, 544 p. : 79 ill.)
ISBN
9781461455110
Subjects (MeSH)
Health Communication
Obesity - prevention & control
Subjects (LCSH)
Medicine
Abstract
Limited-edition flavor promotions. Pop-ups on the Net. Junk food blogs. Cereal ads in cartoon shows. Between traditional and emerging media, today's youth are exposed to more advertisements for food and beverages than ever--and, unfortunately, the rising number of overweight and obese children and teenagers reflects this, as do the alarming rates of weight-related disease among young people. Advances in Communication Research to Reduce Childhood Obesity focuses not only on the power of media in driving food choices in youth, but how these same media may be harnessed in reversing the obesity epidemic. Spanning psychology, marketing, and policy, the book explores the range of advertising strategies targeting young people, salient technological innovations, food industry responses to recent policy initiatives, and issues concerning groups who are at greater risk such as minors from lower-income households who are often faced with food insecurity and poor nutrition, which typically impact communities of color, and pre-teens. Its focus on the multiple levels of communication across these concerns offers readers important insights into both the scope of the problem and the opportunities for solutions. Included in the coverage:the strategic nature of marketing to children and adolescents by food and beverage companies.The role of schools in food and beverage marketing.A multi-method study of how youth perceive and evaluate food advertising. First Amendment implications for combating obesity through regulation of advertising.Targeted marketing of junk food to minority youth: communities fight back.Leveraging industry efforts to fight childhood obesity. Advances in Communication Research to Reduce Childhood Obesity is thought- and action-provoking reading for applied researchers in public health, health promotion, health psychology, maternal and child health, obesity epidemiology, health marketing, and health education.
Contents
Overview, The IOM Report, and Integrated Marketing Communications. Introduction: Childhood Obesity: Media, Advertising, Community, and Advocacy / Chiquita A. Collins, Sara E. Champlin, Keryn E. Pasch, Jerome D. Williams -- Progress on Public Policy: The Aftermath of the 2005 Institute of Medicine Report on Food Marketing and the Diets of Children and Youth / Ellen Wartella, Vivica Kraak, Mary Story, Jaya Ginter, Elizabeth A. Vandewater -- Integrated Marketing Communications and Power Imbalance: The Strategic Nature of Marketing to Children and Adolescents by Food and Beverage Companies / Paul Harrison, Michaela Jackson.
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Application of systems thinking to health policy & public health ethics : public health and private illness

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Michele Battle-Fisher. --Cham, Switzerland: Springer , c2015.
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Introduction -- The Justice League of Health: Flexing Policy's Muscle -- Health Systems and Policy as the "Price is Right" -- Public versus Private: Stop Stepping on My Toes -- The Sting of Public Health -- Is it Yours, Mine and Ours? -- Building on What We've Started -- Conclusion.
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Battle-Fisher, Michele
Responsibility
Michele Battle-Fisher
Place of Publication
Cham, Switzerland
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2015
Physical Description
1 online resource (xi, 100 pages)
Series Title
SpringerBriefs in public health
ISBN
9783319122038 (electronic bk.)
9783319122021
Subjects (MeSH)
Health Communication - ethics
Health Policy
Healthcare Disparities
Models, Theoretical
Public Health - ethics
Systems Theory
Subjects (LCSH)
Public health - Moral and ethical aspects
Medical policy - Moral and ethical aspects
System theory
Abstract
Introduction -- The Justice League of Health: Flexing Policy's Muscle -- Health Systems and Policy as the "Price is Right" -- Public versus Private: Stop Stepping on My Toes -- The Sting of Public Health -- Is it Yours, Mine and Ours? -- Building on What We've Started -- Conclusion.
Contents
Part I. Systems Within Health Policy and Ethics -- 1. Framing and Revisiting Ethical Policy with a Systems -- 2. The Public, Private, and “Stepping on Toes” in Healthcare -- 3. The Menagerie of Social Agents: People and Their Connections -- 4. Communication and Politics in Healthcare -- 5. Health Systems and Policymaking as the “Price Is Right” -- 6. Ethical and Systematic Approaches to Health Policy -- 7. Health Disparities in Public Health -- Part II. Applications of Modeling to Health Policy -- 8. Mental and Simulated Models in Health Policy Making -- Part III. A Brief Exploration of the Complexity of Health Disparities (As Humanistically as Possible) -- 9. Social Disparity, Policy, and Sharing in Public Health -- 10. The Concentric Model of Health-Bound Networks.
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Communicating about Risks and Safe Use of Medicines : Real Life and Applied Research

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Priya Bahri, editor. --Singapore: Adis , c2020.
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At the core of this book lies the question how to approach medicines, risks and communication as a researcher - or anybody planning and evaluating a communication intervention, or wanting to understand communication events in private and the media. With a view to tackle current shortcomings of communication systems and processes for improved implementation, patient satisfaction and health outcomes, a multilayered approach is presented. This combines multiple data types and methods to obtain a w…
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Bahri, Priya
Responsibility
Priya Bahri, editor
Place of Publication
Singapore
Publisher
Adis
Date of Publication
c2020
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxx, 504 p.) : 32 illus., 30 illus. in color
ISBN
9789811530135
9789811530128 (Print ed.)
9789811530142 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Health Communication
Health Education
Pharmaceutical Preparations - adverse effects
Risk Assessment
Specialty
Health Education
Pharmacy
Abstract
At the core of this book lies the question how to approach medicines, risks and communication as a researcher - or anybody planning and evaluating a communication intervention, or wanting to understand communication events in private and the media. With a view to tackle current shortcomings of communication systems and processes for improved implementation, patient satisfaction and health outcomes, a multilayered approach is presented. This combines multiple data types and methods to obtain a wider and deeper understanding of the major parties and their interactions, as well as the healthcare, social and political contexts of information flows, how they interfere and which impact they have. Illustrated with real life experiences of safety concerns with medicines, worldwide active experts discuss the methods and contributions their disciplines can offer. With considerations on terminologies, tabulated overviews on communication types and outcomes, a patient-centred vision and plain language for non-medical readers, the book creates a platform for multidisciplinary collaborations amongst researchers as well as practitioners from communications, healthcare, the social sciences and pharmacovigilance. Importantly, it advocates for an active role of patients and highlights the achievements and aspirations of patient organisations. Finally, the book suggests establishing an inclusive discipline of humanities and epidemiology of medicinal product risk communication to realise full research potential. The authors are driven by the curiosity for communication as the most human behaviour, and as good health is amongst the basic human needs, medicinal product risk communication is an exciting research field of high global relevance.
Contents
1. A Multilayered Research Framework for Humanities and Epidemiology of Medicinal Product Risk Communication -- Part I: Medicines in Real Life as Communication Challenges -- 2. Hormonal Contraceptives: Communication for Risk Awareness and Informed Choice, or a Public Scare? -- 3. COX-2 Inhibitors: Communication of Accumulating Risk Evidence and a Product Withdrawal -- 4. Isotretinoin: Communication for Preventing Birth Defects and Alerting of an Uncertain Risk of Suicide -- 5. Pandemic Influenza Vaccines: Communication of Benefits, Risks, and Uncertainties -- Part II: Tackling the Challenges: Methods for Medicinal Product Risk Communication Research -- 6. Ethical Frameworks -- 7. The Cognitive and Behavioural Sciences -- 8. The Social Sciences -- 9. Rhetoric and Science and Technology Studies -- 10. Media Science and Practice -- 11. Social Media Research -- 12. Design Science with a Focus on User-Centred Evaluation of Written Information -- 13. Dissemination and Implementation Science -- 14. Pharmacoepidemiology -- 15. Legal Frameworks -- 16. From Passive to Active: Patients as Contributors to Medicinal Product Risk Communication Research.
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Communicating nutrition : the authoritative guide

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Barbara Mayfield, editor. --Chicago, IL: Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics , c2020.
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Written and reviewed by experienced nutrition communicators and educators, this authoritative guide provides the knowledge and skills needed to develop and deliver all types of communication in a variety of settings.
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Mayfield, Barbara
Responsibility
Barbara Mayfield, editor
Place of Publication
Chicago, IL
Publisher
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Date of Publication
c2020
Physical Description
1 online resource
ISBN
9780880910170
Subjects (MeSH)
Health Communication - methods
Health Education - methods
Nutritional Physiological Phenomena
Nutritional Sciences - methods
Specialty
Health Promotion
Nutritional Sciences
Abstract
Written and reviewed by experienced nutrition communicators and educators, this authoritative guide provides the knowledge and skills needed to develop and deliver all types of communication in a variety of settings.
Contents
SECTION 1. Communication Forms the Foundation of Professional Practice -- SECTION 2. Nutrition Communication Is Science-Based -- SECTION 3. Nutrition Communication Is Audience-Focused -- SECTION 4. Designing and Delivering Presentations -- SECTION 5. Designing and Delivering Communication via Print, Video, and Demonstrations -- SECTION 6. Designing and Delivering Communication via Mass Media -- SECTION 7. Practices That Can Make or Break Success in Designing and Delivering Communication -- SECTION 8. Designing and Delivering Professional Communications -- Continuing Professional Education -- APPENDIX: Example of Dietetics Research Published in a Scholarly Journal.
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Effective Medical Communication : The A, B,C, D, E of it

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Subhash Chandra Parija, Balachandra V. Adkoli, editors. --Singapore: Springer , c2020.
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Subhash Chandra Parija, Balachandra V. Adkoli, editors
Place of Publication
Singapore
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2020
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxvi, 266 p.) : 68 illus., 65 illus. in color
ISBN
9789811534096
9789811534089 (Print ed.)
9789811534102 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Communication
Health Communication
Specialty
Health Education
Contents
Part I. Communication Skill for Everyone - Begin with a Bang! -- 1. Communication Vocabulary and Landscape -- 2. Role of Mentoring in Developing Communication Skills -- 3. Feedback: How to Give and Take? -- Part II. For Students and Residents: Catch Them Young! -- 4. Effective Non-verbal Communication -- 5. Doctor–Patient Communication -- 6. Communication Training for Obtaining Informed Consent for Medical Research -- 7. Prescription Communication Using 5-R Framework -- 8. Effective Podium Presentation is More Than Showing Power Point Slides -- Part III. For Junior and Mid Faculty: Hold Them Strong! -- 9. Teaching, Learning, and Assessing Communication Skills -- 10. Communication in Large Classrooms: Issues, Challenges, and Solutions -- 11. Publishing Effectively and Ethically -- 12. How to Handle General Public, Media, Press, and Very Important Persons -- 13. Social Media and Medical Education: Issues, Influences, and Impact -- 14. Language Skills in Research Paper Writing -- Part IV. For Leaders: Can’t Go Wrong! -- 15. Communication Skills for Organizing Workshops -- 16. Communication Skills for the Leaders in Health Professions Education -- 17. Conflict Management and Communication -- 18. The Future of Communication in a Digital World -- Part V. Depending upon Situations, Play Ping-Pong! -- 19. Sensitive Issues in Communication-Empowering Patients Needing Palliative Care -- 20. The Role of Medical Humanities in the Development of Communication Skills -- 21. Communication Skills for Medical Professionals: Perspectives from the Middle East -- 22 Cultural Sensitivities in Communication: A Southeast Asian Countries Perspective -- 23. Salutogenesis Approach to Communication -- 24. Role of Music in Therapeutic Communication -- 25. Take-Home: Communication Skills Can Be Taught.
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Email Communications between Patients and Healthcare Providers

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IWK. Quality, Patient Safety and Patient Experience. Halifax, NS: IWK Health Centre , 2020.
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PL-0833
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This pamphlet is about the risks of using email. It provides information on communications by email between patients and healthcare providers at the IWK Health Centre.
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IWK. Quality, Patient Safety and Patient Experience
Place of Publication
Halifax, NS
Publisher
IWK Health Centre
Date of Publication
2020
Format
Pamphlet
Language
English
Physical Description
1 electronic document : digital, PDF file
Subjects (MeSH)
Electronic Mail
Health Communication
Medical Records
Professional-Patient Relations
Subjects (LCSH)
Electronic mail messages
Medical records
Physician and patient
Abstract
This pamphlet is about the risks of using email. It provides information on communications by email between patients and healthcare providers at the IWK Health Centre.
Responsibility
IWK Quality, Patient Safety and Patient Experience, Halifax, NS
Pamphlet Number
PL-0833
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Health Communication

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by Richard K. Thomas. --Boston, MA: Springer Science+Business Media , c2006.
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Thomas, Richard K
Responsibility
by Richard K. Thomas
Place of Publication
Boston, MA
Publisher
Springer Science+Business Media
Date of Publication
c2006
ISBN
9780387261164
Subjects (MeSH)
Health Communication
Professional-Patient Relations
Subjects (LCSH)
Practice of medicine
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e-Book
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The Knowledgeable patient : communication and participation in health

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Hill, Sophie. --West Sussex, England: Wiley-Blackwell , 2011.
Call Number
W 85 K56 2011
Location
IWK Health Sciences Library
Call Number
W 85 K56 2011
Author
Hill, Sophie
Place of Publication
West Sussex, England
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell
Date of Publication
2011
Physical Description
223 p.
ISBN
9.78E+12
Subjects (MeSH)
Patient Education as Topic
Health Communication
Patient Participation
Professional-Patient Relations
Format
Book
Location
IWK Health Sciences Library
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1
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2 weeks
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The knowledgeable patient : communication and participation in health

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Hill, Sophie. --Mississauga, ON: Wiley , 2011.
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Hill, Sophie
Place of Publication
Mississauga, ON
Publisher
Wiley
Date of Publication
2011
ISBN
9781444346855
Subjects (MeSH)
Evidence-Based Practice
Health Communication
Health Literacy
Patient Education as Topic - methods
Patient Participation
Contents
Does communication with consumers and carers need to improve? / Megan Prictor and Sophie Hill -- A new conceptual framework for advancing evidence-informed communication and participation / Sophie Hill and Mary Draper -- Interventions for communication and participation : their purpose and practice / Sophie Hill, Dianne Lowe and Rebecca E. Ryan -- Identifying outcomes of importance to consumers' communication and participation / Sophie Hill, Dianne Lowe and Joanne E. McKenzie -- Communicating risk and risk statistics for preventing chronic disease / Sophie Hill, Adrian G.K. Edwards and Dianne B. Lowe -- What does participation mean? reshaping our understanding of the meaning of surgery / Sophie Hill and Jessica Kaufman -- Disclosure : a case study of communication about medically-acquired risk for a rare disease / Rebecca E. Ryan, Jessica Kaufman and Sophie Hill -- How I used a systematic review from the Cochrane Library / Helen Dilkes, Jessica Kaufman and Sophie Hill -- Evidence and resources for system decision making : improving the experience of health and treatment / Dianne B. Lowe, Sophie Hill and Rebecca E. Ryan -- Looking at online health information more critically / John Kis-Rigo -- Learning to communicate / Megan Prictor ... [et al.] -- Getting the most out of research : using what we know / Dell Horey, Jessica Kaufman and Sophie Hill -- Research agendas for knowledgeable patients / Ruth Stewart and Sandy Oliver -- Managing multiple health problems : is there evidence to support consumer-focused communication and participation? / Rebecca E. Ryan and Sophie Hill -- Partners in care : an evidence-informed approach to improving communication with women in a hospital setting / Sophie Hill, Maureen Johnson and Mary Draper -- Building health literate societies / Sophie Hill ... [et al.] -- Tools for building research capacity and knowledge transfer / Helen Dilkes, Jessica Kaufman and Sophie Hill -- Emerging technologies for health communication / Yannis Pappas and Josip Car.
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Social Media for Medical Professionals : Strategies for Successfully Engaging in an Online World

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David R. Stukus, Michael D. Patrick, Kathryn E. Nuss. --Cham: Springer , c2019.
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Medical professionals are increasingly engaging with social media in an effort to provide credible evidence-based information and combat the misinformation that patients are finding online and bringing to office visits. Medical professionals are uniquely poised to recognize the harm that can come from applying the incorrect information to decisions affecting one’s health, while they are also able to serve as valued and knowledgeable experts online and engage with patients and the public to prov…
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Stukus, David R.
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Patrick, Michael D.
Nuss, Kathryn E.
Responsibility
David R. Stukus, Michael D. Patrick, Kathryn E. Nuss
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2019
Physical Description
1 online resource (xiv, 221 p.) : 52 illus., 51 illus. in color
ISBN
9783030144395
9783030144388 (Print ed.)
9783030144401 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Health Communication
Physician's Role
Social Media
Social Networking
Specialty
Communication
Telemedicine
Abstract
Medical professionals are increasingly engaging with social media in an effort to provide credible evidence-based information and combat the misinformation that patients are finding online and bringing to office visits. Medical professionals are uniquely poised to recognize the harm that can come from applying the incorrect information to decisions affecting one’s health, while they are also able to serve as valued and knowledgeable experts online and engage with patients and the public to provide accurate, up-to-date information. Social Media for Medical Professionals: Strategies for Successfully Engaging in an Online Worldis a unique, first-of-its-kind resource, providing specific social media strategies for engagement, as well as advice regarding best practices for professionals to maintain at all times. Chapters discuss many aspects pertaining to social media, covering the basics, researching and assessing credible medical information online, and best practices for discussing myths and misconceptions with patients. Later chapters cover the benefits of engaging in social media as a medical professional, strategies for increasing engagement and building an audience, various options and platforms for content creation and finding your niche, dos’s and don’ts regarding patient privacy, and strategies for dealing with negative comments online. A uniquely practical resource, Social Media for Medical Professionals: Strategies for Successfully Engaging in an Online World will be of interest to medical professionals across the spectrum of healthcare, from the student to the seasoned clinician, providing valuable perspective on practicing medicine in an evolving digital world.
Contents
1. Social Media: Changing the Human Experience -- 2. A Brief History of Digital Communications -- 3. Myths That Prevent Medical Professionals from Engaging -- 4. The Role of Medical Professionals in Social Media -- 5. The Art of Digital Storytelling -- 6. If You Tweet It, They Will Come -- 7. Content Curation -- 8. Content Creation -- 9. Dos and Don’ts: Social Media Tips for the Medical Professional -- 10. How to Spot and Deal with Internet Trolls -- 11./ The Sky Is the Limit.
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Social Media in Clinical Practice

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Bertalan Meskó. --London: Springer , c2013.
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Social media has been clearly changing the way medicine is practiced and healthcare is delivered. Medical professionals must be able to meet the special needs of technology-aware patients and use digital technologies in their work and communications properly. Each physician should find the tools that will assist them in their workflow, and patients need to be educated how to use the internet. It is the responsibility of medical professionals to contribute to this process. The constantly evolvin…
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Meskó, Bertalan
Responsibility
Bertalan Meskó
Place of Publication
London
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2013
Physical Description
1 online resource (ix, 155 p. : ill.)
ISBN
9781447143062
9781447143055 (print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Blogging
Clinical Medicine - methods
Health Communication - methods
Medical Informatics Applications
Physician-Patient Relations
Social Media
Abstract
Social media has been clearly changing the way medicine is practiced and healthcare is delivered. Medical professionals must be able to meet the special needs of technology-aware patients and use digital technologies in their work and communications properly. Each physician should find the tools that will assist them in their workflow, and patients need to be educated how to use the internet. It is the responsibility of medical professionals to contribute to this process. The constantly evolving digital world must be used in the practice of medicine to improve the care of patients. However, the only way to do so effectively is via evidence-based, meaningful and strategic use. Social Media in Clinical Practice provides practical guidance in this mission and is thus essential reading for all medical personal looking into approaching this for the first time.
Contents
Social media is transforming medicine and healthcare -- Using medical search engines with a special focus on Google -- Being up-to-date in medicine -- Community sites: Facebook, Google+ and medical social networks -- The World of E-Patients -- Establishing a medical blog -- The role of Twitter and microblogging in medicine -- Collaboration online -- Wikipedia and Medical Wikis -- Organizing medical events in virtual environments -- Medical smartphone and tablet applications -- Use of social media by hospitals and medical practices -- Medical video and podcast -- Creating presentations and slideshows -- E-mails and privacy concerns -- Social Bookmarking -- Conclusions.
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Strategic urban health communication

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Charles C. Okigbo, editor. --New York: Springer , c2014.
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Okigbo, Charles C.
Responsibility
Charles C. Okigbo, editor
Place of Publication
New York
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2014
Physical Description
1 online resource (xvii, 225 pages)
ISBN
9781461493358 (electronic bk.)
9781461493341
Subjects (MeSH)
Developing Countries
Health Communication - methods
Health Promotion - methods
Urban Health Services - organization & administration
Urban Health
Urban Population
Subjects (LCSH)
Urban health
Public health
Contents
1. Strategy: What It Is -- 2. Strategic Communication Campaigns -- 3. Urbanization, Population, and Health Myths: Addressing Common Misconceptions with Strategic Health Communication -- 4. “Soaps” for Social and Behavioral Change -- 5. Strategic Health Communication in Urban Settings: A Template for Training Modules -- 6. Risk, Crisis, and Emergency Communication in Developing Countries: Identifying the Needs of Urban Populations -- 7. Strategic Health Communication for Cancer Prevention -- 8. Strategic Health Communication -- 9. Integrating HIV/FP Programs: Opportunities for Strategic Communication -- 10. Communicating for Action: Tackling Health Inequity in Urban Areas -- 11. Beyond Thinking and Planning Strategically to Improve Urban Residents’ Health -- 12. Health Communication Strategies for Sustainable Development in a Globalized World -- 13. Urbanization and Strategic Health Communication in India -- 14. Urban Health Communication Strategy of Pro-Poor Growth for Sustained Improvement in Health in South Asia -- 15. The Role of Sports in Strategic Health Promotion -- 16. The Internet as a Sex Education Tool: A Case Study of an Online Thai Discussion Board -- 17. Advertising and Childhood Obesity in China.
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