KCHC Kentucky Conference on Health Communication
2006 Conference
Overview
Program
Visitor Information
Accomodations
Registration
Past Conference
2002 Conference
2000 Conference
1998 Conference
Home
Department of Communication
More Information

Saturday April 17, 2004

8:30-10:00 am

Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches to Health Communication

Parents’ Communication Satisfaction with Physicians: A Comparison of Pediatric Consults Conducted Face-to-Face Versus Pediatric Consults Conducted via Interactive Video

  • Ashley Spaulding, Adrianne Kunkel, and Gary Doolittle, U of Kansas

Bridging Communication and Health Through Ethnography of Communication

  • Cynthia Suopis, U of Massachusetts at Amherst

"Hurt and Wounded, but Free": Structure and Therapeutic Significance of Survivors' Narratives of Intimate Abuse

  • Leslie Thornton, Ohio University

Parents' Perceptual Accuracy of Their College Student Children's Health and Health Risk Behaviors

  • Carma Bylund, Rebecca S. Imes, and Leslie Baxter, U of Iowa

 

10:15-11:45 am

Preparing Health Communication Professionals: Models of Programs and Issues in Graduate Education in Health Communication

Health Communication Program within a Health Education Department

  • Rebecca J. Cline, U of Florida, Panel Chair

Formal Health Communication Programm within a Communication Department

  • Roxanne Parrott, Pennsylvania State University

Classical Communication Program

  • Robert Hornik, U of Pennsylvania

Parallel Health Communication Programs: Communication Department and School of Public Health

  • Timothy Edgar, Emerson College

Health Communication Program within a Health Education Department

  • Darleen Schuster, U of Southern California

 

12:00-1:30 pm

Luncheon & Keynote Speaker

  • Michael D. Slater, Department of Journalism and Technical Communication, and Department of Psychology, Colorado State University
Updated: March 30, 2009