2020 Kentucky Conference on Health Communication
The 16th biennial Kentucky Conference on Health Communication will consist of two and a half days of competitive paper and panel presentations, a competitive poster session, and invited speaker presentations. Thursday, April 2, will be devoted to a preconference on Cutting Edge Communication and Information Technology in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Friday, April 3, will feature competitive paper, poster, and panel sessions covering not only issues related to the conference theme, Intersectionality and Interdisciplinarity in Health Communication Research, but also issues pertinent to health communication research and practice broadly defined. The conference reception Friday evening offers participants an opportunity to relax after a full day of sessions. Saturday, April 4 will feature additional competitive paper, poster, and panel sessions and a luncheon presentation by the winner of the Lewis Donohew Outstanding Scholar in Health Communication Award. More information at https://comm.uky.edu/kchc.