Thursday, April 19 Pre-Conference

  1. 8:00-9:00

    • Registration and Continental Breakfast
  2. 9:00-9:30

    • Welcome and Introductions
  3. 9:30-10:15

    • Kenzie Cameron, Research Associate Professor in the Division of Internal Medicine, Northwestern University Feinburg School of Medicine
      Advancing Equity in Clinical Preventive Services: The Role of Health Communication
  4. 10:15-11:00

    • Cathy D. Meade, Senior Faculty Member, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute
      Communications, Canoes, and Communities: Toward a Better Understanding of Health Disparities
  5. 11:00-11:30

    • Break
  6. 11:30-12:30

    • Lunch, Regency Ballroom 3
  7. 12:30-1:15

    • Jeffrey Niederdeppe, Assistant Professor, Cornell University
      Using Narratives and Images to Communicate About Social Determinants of Health and Health Disparities.
  8. 1:15-2:00

    • K. Vish Viswanath, Associate Professor and Director School of Public Health, Harvard University and Health Communication Core of the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center
      The Communication Revolution and Health Inequalities in the 21st Century: Promises and Pitfalls
  9. 2:00-2:15

    • Break
  10. 2:15-3:45

    • Health Disparities Research at the University of Kentucky
      • A Communication Intervention to Improve Adherence to the HPV Vaccine in Appalachia Kentucky,
        • Elisia L. Cohen, Department of Communication
        • Robin C. Vanderpool, School of Public Health
        • Richard A. Crosby, School of Public Health
      • Evaluating Patients’ Needs and Patient Navigators’ Communication about Cervical Cancer Prevention in Appalachia Kentucky
        • Elisia L. Cohen, Department of Communication
        • Allison M. Scott, Department of Communication
      • Improving Mammography Screening for African American Women
        • Jennifer Hatcher Keller, College of Nursing
      • Bready4it: A Web-based Program to Help Teens Make Smart Choices about Sex, Drugs, and Alcohol
        • Donald W. Helme, Department of Communication
        • Gill Woodall, University of New Mexico - CASAA
        • David Buller, Klein-Buendel, Inc.
        • Angela Bryan, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
        • Lewis Donohew, Department of Communication
        • Randall Starling, University of New Mexico - CASAA
      • The Relationship between Poverty, Intimate Partner Violence, and HIV: Placing a Prevention Study with South African Adolescents in a Broader Context
        • Pamela K. Cupp, Department of Communication
        • Rachel Jewkes, Medical Research Council of South Africa
        • Marcia Russell, PIRE Prevention Research Center
        • Catherine Mathews, University of Cape Town
        • Anik Gevers, Medical Research Council of South Africa
  11. 3:45-5:00

    • Roundtable discussion

Friday, April 20 Conference (Day 1)

  1. 7:30-8:30

    • Registration and Continental Breakfast
  2. 8:30-9:45

  3. 10:00-11:30

    Cancer Information Seeking, Beliefs, and Screening Behaviors, Regency Ballroom 1

    Health Literacy: Prevalence and Impact on Health Outcomes, Regency Ballroom 2

    Media Influence on Perceptions of Mental and Physical Health, Regency Ballroom 3

  4. 11:30-1:00

    • Lunch, on your own
  5. 1:00-2:30

    Communicating about Health through Everyday Talk, Regency Ballroom 1

    HPV Prevention and Treatment Perspectives across Populations, Regency Ballroom 2

    Health Literacy and Communication in China in the 21st Century: Challenges, Opportunities and Research Strategies, Regency Ballroom 3

    Panel Title
    Health Literacy and Communication in China in the 21st Century: Challenges, Opportunities and Research Strategies
    Panel Chair
    Zixue Tai, University of Kentucky
    Panelists
  6. 2:45-3:45

  7. 4:00-5:30

    Developing the Global Advocacy Leadership Academy (GALA), Regency Ballroom 1

    Panel Title
    Developing the Global Advocacy Leadership Academy (GALA)
    Panel Chair
    Gary L. Kreps, George Mason University
    Panelists

    How to Tell the Story: The Importance of Message Framing, Regency Ballroom 2

    Theoretical Applications and Advances in Health Communication, Regency Ballroom 3

  8. 8:00-9:30

    • Conference Reception, Hyttops Bar

Saturday, April 21 Conference (Day 2)

  1. 8:00-8:30

    • Continental Breakfast
  2. 8:30-10:00

    Communicating with Youth about Substance Use, Regency Ballroom 1

    Designing Health Messages for the Greatest Impact, Regency Ballroom 2

    Reconceptualizing Cultural Health Literacy through Intersectionality, Regency Ballroom 3

    Panel Title
    Reconceptualizing Cultural Health Literacy through Intersectionality
    Panel Chair
    Kesha Morant Williams, Pennsylvania State University, Berks
    Panelists
    Respondent
    • Amber L. Johnson, Prarie View A&M University
  3. 10:15-11:45

    Communicating about Sexual Health among Underserved and Marginalized Populations, Regency Ballroom 1

    The Patient's Role in Health Literacy, Regency Ballroom 2

    Health Care Provider Experiences and Perspectives, Regency Ballroom 3

  4. 12:00-1:30

    • Conference Awards Luncheon, Hyatt Suites