Gary Kreps' Day 1 Wrap UpGary Kreps’ Day 1 Wrap Up

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

Summary

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

Thursday Daily Wrap-up

(Archived live aircast is now private)

https://youtu.be/5VsdMGv61SI

Sponsors

The DCHC 2017 Conference was sponsored by:

Department of Communication and the Center for Health and Risk Communication at George Mason University
The Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) within the National Institute of Health, and the
Health Communication and Informatics Research Branch (HCIRB)  within the National Cancer Institute.

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Use of a Hub for a conference 1Pilot: A Conference Hub

Collaborating with the GMU Department of Communication, onAir piloted possible ways to leverage Hubs with the DCHC 2017 conference.

As a proof of concept, participants had the opportunity to develop their own profiles and blog posts as well as participate in Live Aircasts to spotlight their posters, presentations, awards, and panel discussions.

Summary

As a proof of concept, participants had the opportunity to develop their own profiles and blog posts as well as participate in Live Aircasts to spotlight their posters, presentations, awards, and panel discussions.

Proof of concept

Goals of the onAir Network were:  

  1. Extend the life of the health communication scholarship presented at the DCHC, primarily by posting content across the public network of Health Hubs (e.g., Health Communication Hub, Alzheimer’s Hub, Neuroscience Hub).
  2. Provide participants (those with a poster, a presentation, or a panel) a platform with which to increase their professional visibility via (1) profiles, (2) posts, and (3) livestreamed aircasts.

Profiles

Each participant was given a profile, which could serve as their professional web presence beyond the conference. Here are some examples:  Professor ProfileGraduate Student Profile,  Early Career Professional ProfileGeorge Mason Student PageGeorge Mason Faculty Page 

Posts

Jeanine Guidry 1
Participants could author posts regarding their work at the conference. Early careerist, Jeanine Guidry, wrote three: Pinning about #IPV#Zika on Instagram#Not Okay

 

Aircasts

Gary Kreps interviews NIH representativesMany researchers, as shown here, participated in creating live aircasts, to convey their work and interests beyond the conference.

They were later made private by a conference co-host, as was the DCHC site.

 

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Gary Kreps interviews Jay BernhardtGary 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

Summary

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

(Archived live aircast is now private)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=poa0WGSxvj0&edit=vd

Award Presentation

Saturday April, 29, 2017 at noon
Fairfax Hyatt Regency, Fairfax, VA

Download (PDF, Unknown)

About Jay Bernhardt

Dean, Moody College of Communication, The University of Texas at Austin
Founding Director, Center for Health Communication
Walter Cronkite Regents Chair | Everett D. Collier Centennial Chair

Dr. Jay Bernhardt is the 6th Dean of the Moody College of Communication at The University of Texas at Austin, one of the largest and highest ranked colleges of communication in the country. He is recognized internationally as a visionary leader, respected scholar, and innovative scientist in the application of communication, marketing, media to public health, healthcare, and medicine. Dr. Bernhardt serves on numerous national boards and four editorial boards. He is a member of six honor societies and and has received numerous awards for his scholarship and leadership.

To learn more about Jay Bernhardt, go here.

About Gary Kreps

University Distinguished Professor, Department of Communication, George Mason University
Director, Center for Health and Risk Communication

Gary L. Kreps is a University Distinguished Professor of the Department of Communication at George Mason University. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Communication Research, Health Communication, Organizational Communication, Consumer-Provider Health Communication, Health Communication Campaigns, and E-Health Communication.

To learn more about Gary Kreps, go here.

Sponsors

The DCHC 2017 Conference was sponsored by:

Department of Communication and the Center for Health and Risk Communication at George Mason University
The Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) within the National Institute of Health, and the
Health Communication and Informatics Research Branch (HCIRB)  within the National Cancer Institute.

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Alicia Mason Interviews Zika Risk Communication ExpertsAlicia Mason Interviews Zika Risk Communication Experts

Each expert discusses their DCHC panel and the landscape of Zika Risk Communication Research.

Jeanine Guidry  -  #Zika On Instagram
Hannah Ishmael  -  Messages for Promoting Zika-Related Preventive Health Behaviors
Karly Kownslar  -  Zika 2016: A 3-Phase Longitudinal Study
Ji Won Kim  -  Media Use, Fear, And Health Behaviors in a Zika Pandemic Environment
Michele Olson  -  Threat and Efficacy Messages in Television News

Summary

Jeanine Guidry  –  #Zika On Instagram
Hannah Ishmael  –  Messages for Promoting Zika-Related Preventive Health Behaviors
Karly Kownslar  –  Zika 2016: A 3-Phase Longitudinal Study
Ji Won Kim  –  Media Use, Fear, And Health Behaviors in a Zika Pandemic Environment
Michele Olson  –  Threat and Efficacy Messages in Television News

(Archived live aircast is now private)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1yp0ChpmOM

 

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Gary Kreps Interviews Richard SheeheGary Kreps Interviews Richard Sheehe

Topics include Sheehe's strategic communication program, StratComm360.

(Archived live aircast is now private)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trBPlz2Verg

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Medical Tourism ResearchersMedical Tourism Researchers

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 discuss ideas for developing a Medical Tourism Hub.

Summary

Alicia Mason and Kevin Wright discuss ideas for developing a Medical Tourism Hub.

(Archived live aircast is now private)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sWqeMJVcU8

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PSU Highlights Grad StudentsPSU Highlights Grad Students

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

(Archived live aircast is now private)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLiAJ2wmhJs

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Gary Kreps interviews NIH representativesGary Kreps interviews NIH representatives

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

(Archived live aircast is now private)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Obr9w9J7W_Y

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Multi-Channel Health Communication Applications Research PanelMulti-Channel Health Communication Applications Research Panel

Commonwealth Ballroom

Panelists:  Xiaoquan Zhao, Kevin Wright, Kathy Rowan

(Archived live aircast is now private)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=26&v=9KsiPqPjMuc

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Health Campaigns in the MilitaryHealth Campaigns in the Military

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

Panelists: Kristina Cook, Danika 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

Summary

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

Harnessing the Power of Social Norms & Multiple Health Communication Channels

(Archived live aircast is now private)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1145&v=ZDRDUBq1QOs

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Alicia Mason Wrap Up – 9/28/17Alicia Mason Wrap Up – 9/28/17

DCHC 2017 Day 2: 

Alicia Mason wraps up the day's events for Friday April 28 DCHC 2017 conference.

Friday April, 29, 2017 | 6:15 pm
onAir Studio | 2:12 elapsed time
Fairfax Hyatt Regency, Fairfax, VA

Summary

Friday April, 29, 2017 | 6:15 pm
onAir Studio | 2:12 elapsed time
Fairfax Hyatt Regency, Fairfax, VA

(Archived live aircast is now private)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLbws8BeyUo

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Anne Nicotera Conference Wrap up – 8/29/17Anne Nicotera Conference Wrap up – 8/29/17

DCHC 2017 Day 3: 

Anne Nicotera interviewed by Alicia Mason summarizes Saturday's events and the overall conference.

Friday April, 29, 2017 | 2:15 pm
onAir Studio | 9:23 elapsed time
Fairfax Hyatt Regency, Fairfax, VA

Summary

Friday April, 29, 2017 | 2:15 pm
onAir Studio | 9:23 elapsed time
Fairfax Hyatt Regency, Fairfax, VA

(Archived live aircast is now private)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQkuXe1yJQ0

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Federal Funding OpportunitiesFederal 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)

Panelists

Kelly Blake,  Health Communication and Informatics Research Branch (HCIRB), National Cancer Institute (NCI)
Martha Hare,  Center for Scientific Review (CSR), NIH
Rob Logan, National Library of Medicine (NLM), NIH
Cynthia Vinson, Implementation Science Team (IST), NCI
Patti Weber,  Small Business Innovation Research Development Center (SBIR) NCI

Summary

Panelists

Kelly Blake,  Health Communication and Informatics Research Branch (HCIRB), National Cancer Institute (NCI)
Martha Hare,  Center for Scientific Review (CSR), NIH
Rob Logan, National Library of Medicine (NLM), NIH
Cynthia Vinson, Implementation Science Team (IST), NCI
Patti Weber,  Small Business Innovation Research Development Center (SBIR) NCI

Archived Live Panel Presentation is now private

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBoX557WUZ4

Archived live panel discussion is now private

Gary Kreps with Patti Webber and Rob Logan

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Obr9w9J7W_Y

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