Gary Kreps interviews Jay Bernhardt

Gary Kreps interviews Charles Atkin Translational Research Award Winner Jay Bernhardt at the DCHC 2017 conference.

The conference theme was "Patient-centered Health Communication".

Saturday April, 29, 2017 | 11:45
onAir Studio | 11:45 am | 7:28 elapsed time
Fairfax Hyatt Regency, Fairfax, VA

Gary Kreps Wrap Up – 9/27/17

DCHC 2017 Day 1

Alicia Mason interviews Gary Kreps about Day 1 of the DCHC 2017 Conference

Thursday April, 28, 2017 | 6:15 pm
onAir Studio | 9:22 elapsed time
Fairfax Hyatt Regency, Fairfax, VA

Gary Kreps Interviews Richard Sheehe

Topics include Sheehe's strategic communication program, StratComm360.

Medical Tourism Researchers Launch new Hub

Dr. Kevin Wright of George Mason University and Dr. Alicia Mason of Pittsburg State University were interviewed by Elizabeth Spencer at the DCHC 2017 conference.

Alicia Mason and Kevin Wright announce that they have begun developing the new Medical Tourism Hub.

PSU Highlight

Alicia Mason highlights the work of Pittsburg State University graduate students.

Gary Kreps interviews NIH representatives

Gary Kreps interviews Patti Weber, Small Business Investment Research (SBIR) at NCE and Rob Logan, National Library of Medicine (NLM)

Multi-Channel Health Communication Applications Research Panel

Commonwealth Ballroom

Panelists:  Xiaoquan Zhao, Kevin Wright, Kathy Rowan

Health Campaigns in the Military

3:30 – 4:45 pm Thursday - Commonwealth Ballroom

Panelists: Kristina CookDanika Rainer, Caroline Acton, Katie Duthaler
Representing Booz Allen Hamiltion

Research and Practice Panel, Health Behavior Change Campaigns in the Military:

Harnessing the Power of Social Norms & Multiple Health Communication Channels

Federal Funding Opportunities

9:30 - 10:45  Panel
Commonwealth A-B

Panelists: Kelly Blake (HCIRB), Martha Hare (CSR), Rob Logan (NLM), Cynthia Vinson (CST), Patti Weber (SBIR)

CBT-I Live #1

Focus: "How to end Insomnia"

When: Jan. 30, 2017 from 11:00 to 11:10 am EST
Host:  Meredith Cary
Guests:  Gary Kreps and Jeff Herrick

 

Tens of millions in the U.S. struggle with insomnia and yet few doctors refer to CBT-I (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia), a therapy that has a 70 - 80% success rate for promoting sound sleep.

Our online streaming chats will feature CBT-I specialists who will share all the ways to get affordable, accessible CBT-I - anywhere.

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