Health Communication 620

Summary

Health Communication 620 examines interpersonal communicative processes associated with health in consumer-provider, family, and health communication campaign contexts. Focus is on understanding cultural differences in perceptions of/communication about health and disease.

The course is taught by Distinguished Professor, Gary Kreps. Two hands-on, service-learning projects related to the Share CBT-I Health Communication Campaign are under way.

Summary

Health Communication 620 examines interpersonal communicative processes associated with health in consumer-provider, family, and health communication campaign contexts. The instructor is Professor Gary Kreps.

Focus on understanding cultural differences in perceptions of/communication about health and disease.

Information

Instructor: Gary Kreps
Office Hours: 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Location: Thompson Hall 2022
Time: Monday 7:20 pm to 10 pm

Share CBT-I projects

  1. Write an article (potentially for UPI publication) related to the Share CBT-I Health Communication Campaign (which will also be a published Insomnia Hub post)
  2. Conduct formative research to ask the question, “What are the barriers to current primary care providers referring to CBT-I, instead of prescribing sleep pills?”

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