Publications and Presentations

Date
Title
Authors
Publication/Presentation
2015
CEOs of rural healthcare facilities offer insight into telehealth adoption opportunities
Hampton, N. Dunaway, A, Spaulding, R.
American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL
2015
Re-aiming in Midstream: How RE-AIM framework can redirect health tailoring technology
intervention for success with skilled nursing facility (SNF) patients
Hampton, N. Cameron, G.T.
International Conference on Communication in Healthcare, New Orleans, LA
2014
Food policies in public services venues in Missouri: Opportunities for preventing and reducing obesity
Dunaway, A, DeBlauw, C, Hampton, N, Sipocz, A.
SEC Symposium, Atlanta, GA
2014
Moving on down the road: The status of Livable Streets policy implementation in Missouri communities
Dunaway, A, Sipocz, A.
American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA
2014
Tailoring Sodium Reduction Messages to African Americans: Findings from a Corner Store Pilot in Kansas CityProject
Dunaway, A, Hampton, N, Sipocz, A, Stemmle J, Cameron GT
National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media, Atlanta, GA
2014
The Role of Media Coverage in Cities With/Without Smoke-Free Ordinances: A 7-Year Content Analysis
Rodgers, Shelly, and Zongyuan Wang
Annual conference of the International Communication Association, Health Communication Division, Seattle, Wa.
2013
Analyzing Health Organizations’ Use of Twitter for Promoting Health Literacy,
Park, HyoJung, Shelly Rodgers, and Jon Stemmle
Journal of Health Communication, 18 (4), 410-425.
2013
Invited Talk: “Building Media Agendas in Health,” Center for Excellence in Health Communication for Underserved Populations
Cameron, G. T.
University of Kansas, April, 2013.
2013
Journalistic use of exemplars to humanize health news
Hinnant, A., Len-Ríos, M. E., & Young, R.
Journalism Studies, 14(4), 539-554, doi:10.1080/1461670X.2012.721633
2013
Prescribing the News: Newsroom size and journalistic experience as key factors in the interaction between health journalists and public health organizations
Perreault, Gregory, Shelly Rodgers, and Jon Stemmle
Newspaper Division of the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C.
2013
Reporting on Health to Ethnic Populations
Wang, Ye, and Shelly Rodgers
Howard Journal of Communications, 24 (3), 257-274, DOI: 10.1080/10646175.2013.805991
2013
SKIP the Salt, Help the Heart: Findings from an evidence-based hypertension health communication campaign in Kansas City
Dunaway, A, Hampton, N, Kummerfeld, K.
Missouri Council for Activity and Nutrition Quarterly Meeting, Columbia, MO
2013
Social Media in a Nutshell
Dunaway, A, Sipocz, A.
Tobacco Free Missouri Coalition Mtg August 2013, Columbia, MO
2013
Tailored health information and its role in improving diabetes management for older adults
Geana, M., Cameron, G.T. & Osterlind, S.
Presented by International Conference On Communication In Healthcare. September, Montreal, Quebec.
2012
Are health journalists’ practices tied to their perceptions of audience? An attribution and expectancy-value approach
Hinnant, A., Len-Ríos, M. E., Oh, H.
Health Communication, 27: 234-243. doi: 10.1080/10410236.2011.578331.
2012
CASE Findings from Newspaper Coverage of Tobacco Control Policies
Rodgers, Shelly, Eun Hae Park, and Kevin Everett
National Conference on Tobacco or Health, Kansas City, Missouri (August 15-17, 2012
2012
CASE.org: Using the Internet to train a statewide network
Rodgers, Shelly, and Kevin Everett
National Conference on Tobacco or Health, Kansas City, Missouri
2012
Crisis Communication
Glen T. Cameron
Tobacco Free Missouri training series
2012
Enhancing smoke-free policy changes by understanding patterns of media coverage
Rodgers, Shelly, Kevin Everett, and Ye Wang
National Conference on Tobacco or Health, Kansas City, Missouri
2012
Evaluating the Ozioma cancer news service: A community randomized trial in 24 U.S. cities.
Caburnay, C. A., Luke, D. A., Cameron, G. T., Fu, Q., Choi, L. L., Stemmle, J., Paulen, M., McDaniels-Jackson, L., Kreuter, M. W.
Preventive Medicine, 54 (2012) 425–430
2012
How health journalists evaluate, use, and locate exemplars for their news stories.
Hinnant, A., Len-Ríos, M. E., & Young, R.
Paper presented at the International Communication Association conference, Phoenix, AZ
2012
How intrinsic and extrinsic news factors affect health journalists’ cognitive and behavioural attitudes toward media relations
Park, S., Len-Ríos, M. E., & Hinnant, A.
PRism, 7(1), 1-14. Available: http://www.prismjournal.org/vol7_1.html
2012
Implementing tobacco free policy through market analysis of early adopters
Stemmle, J, Dunaway, A.
National Conference on Tobacco or Health, Kansas City, MO
2012
Invited Keynote Address: “Health Literacy, I-SHD, and Treepple — Sketching the UniquePotential of Mass and Social Media to Improve Health Literacy for Large Populations
Cameron, G. T.
Kentucky Conference on Health Communication, Lexington
2012
Message and Program Strategies of Missouri Public Health Agencies and Education Programs
Subramanian, Roma, and Shelly Rodgers
Missouri Public Health Association (MoALPHA), Columbia, Missouri (September 2012). Poster placed 3rd in the student competition at the annual conference
2012
Reporters’ gender affects views on health reporting
Len-Ríos, M. E., Hinnant, A., & Jeong, J.
Newspaper Research Journal, 33(3): 76-88.
2012
Social Media Use in Sexual and Gender Minority Populations: Examining User Characteristics and Social Media Tools for Smoking Cessation
Rodgers, Shelly, HyoJung Park, Kevin Everett, and Jane McElroy
Journal of Health Communication
2012
Spreading the Gospel of Good Health: Assessing Mass Women’s Magazines as Communication Vehicles to Combat Health Disparities Among African Americans.
Lumpkins, C.Y., Cameron, G.T. & Frisby, C.M.
Journal of Media and Religion, 11:78–90.
2012
Targeting School Food Service Directors: A Farm to School Case Study from Missouri
Dunaway, A, Fahrmeier, L, Mehrle, D.
American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA
2012
Understanding Self-Efficacy’s Role In Mediating Health Food Choices and Policies In Missouri Parks
Dunaway, A, Denning, A, Edwards, C, Mehrle, D, Stemmle, J
National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media, Atlanta, GA
2011
Alcohol and Tobacco Advertising in Black and General Audience Newspapers: Targeting with Message Cues?
Cohen, Elisia L., Charlene Caburnay, and Shelly Rodgers
Journal of Health Communication, 16 (6), 566-582.
2011
Campus-Community Alliances for Smoke-free Environments (CASE): A Model for Reducing Exposure to Tobacco Use Through Policy Change
Everett, Kevin D., Shelly Rodgers, Jane A. McElroy, Kim Dude
American Public Health Association Annual Meeting Washington, D.C.
2011
Finding Public Health News-Writing Strategies within Tobacco Advertising: A Content Analysis of Missouri Tobacco Advertising from 2005-2010
Schauster, Erin, Erin Willis, Shelly Rodgers, and Kevin Everett
American Academy of Advertising, Mesa, Arizona
2011
Health Literacy and eHealth Literacy: Perspectives from Health Literacy Professionals
Willis, Erin, Erin Schauster, and Shelly Rodgers
3rd Annual Health Literacy Research Conference, Chicago, Illinois
2011
Health Organizations’ Use of Facebook for Health Advertising and Promotion,
Park, HyoJung, Shelly Rodgers, and Jon Stemmle
Journal of Interactive Advertising, 12 (1), special issue on social media,
2011
Health Promotion via Social Media: An Analysis of Health Organizations’ Use of Facebook in Enhancing Health Literacy
Park, HyoJung, Shelly Rodgers, and Jon Stemmle
International Communication Association annual conference, Boston, Massachusetts
2011
Improving Interactive Health Literacy through Social Networking: Making a Case for Twitter and Facebook
Willis, Erin, Rachel Young, and Shelly Rodgers, Jon Stemmle
Health Literacy Research Conference (HARC) conference, Chicago, Illinois
2011
Localization of Public Health News Releases for Publication in Community Newspapers
Young, Rachel, Erin Willis, Shelly Rodgers, and Jon Stemmle
Public Relations Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, St. Louis, Missouri
2011
Media Structure and Conduct: A Comparative Study of Cancer-Related Ads in Black and General Readership Newspapers
Wang, Ye, You Li, and Shelly Rodgers
Media Economics Division of the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, St. Louis, Missouri
2011
News coverage of the social determinants of health: A content analysis of California television and newspapers
Willis, Erin, Chang Dae Ham, and Shelly Rodgers
International Communication Association annual conference, Boston, Massachusetts
2011
Newspaper Journalists and Public Health Professionals: Building the Health News Agenda in Community Newspapers
Young, Rachel, Saleem Alhabash, Shelly Rodgers, and Jon Stemmle
Journal of Management and Marketing in Healthcare, 4 (3), 148-158
2011
Newspaper Journalists and Public Health Professionals: Building the Health News Agenda in Community Newspapers
Young, Rachel, Saleem Alhabash, Shelly Rodgers, and Jon Stemmle
International Communication Association annual conference, Boston, Massachusetts
2011
Online Health Communities as an Important Component of Interactive Health Literacy: Content Analysis of the Biggest Loser League
Wang, Ye, Erin Willis, and Shelly Rodgers
International Multi-Conference on Society, Cybernetics and Informatics Society: IMSCI, Orlando, Florida
2011
Reporting Health to Minority Populations: A Content Analysis of Localized News Reporting
Wang, Ye, and Shelly Rodgers
Minority Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, St. Louis, Missouri
2011
The Impacts of Vicarious Illness Experience on African Americans’ Response to Gain- vs. Loss-framed Breast Cancer Screening (BCS) Messages
Kim, H. J. & Cameron, G. T.
Proceedings of the International Association for Media and Communication Research, Istanbul, 2011.
2011
The Impacts of Vicarious Illness Experience on African Americans’ Response to Gain- vs. Loss-framed Breast Cancer Screening (BCS) Messages
Kim, H. J. & Cameron, G. T.
Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research, Istanbul, 2011
2011
Voice Versus Virus: Studying rural media use to best employ health crisis information.
Poepsel, M., Oh, H., Sobel, A., Cameron, G. T.
Paper presented at the meeting of the National Communication Association, New Orleans.
2010
“Reality check”: Applying domains of health literacy to local television health news
Willis, E., Lee., Y., Park, S., Lee, H., & Cameron, G. T.
Paper presented at the Health Literacy Research Conference, October, Bethesda, MD, October 18-19, 2010.
2010
Analyzing Health Organization’s Use of Twitter for Promoting Health Literacy
Park, HyoJung, Shelly Rodgers, and Jon Stemmle
Health Communication Interest Group of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication 2010 annual conference, Denver, Colorado
2010
Analyzing Health Organizations’ Use of Twitter for Promoting Health Literacy
Park, HyoJung, Jon Stemmle, and Shelly Rodgers
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Conference on Health Communication, Atlanta, Georgia
2010
Engaging Ethnic Media to Expand the Reach and Effectiveness of Communication Strategies to Reduce Health Disparities.
Cohen, E. L., Caburnay, C. A., Len-Ríos, M. E., Poor, T. J., Cameron, G. T., Luke, D. A., et al.
Health Communication, 25(6), 569-571.
2010
Exploring the Role of Online Discussion in Improving Obesity-Related Health Literacy: A Content Analysis of Health Literacy Domains and eWOM of The Biggest Loser League
Willis, Erin, Ye Wang, and Shelly Rodgers
Communicating Science, Health, Environment, and Risk Interest Group of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication 2010 annual conference, Denver, Colorado
2010
Generating conflict for greater good: Utilizing contingency theory to assess Black and mainstream newspapers as public relations vehicles to promote better health among African Americans.
Lumpkins, C.Y., Bae, J. & Cameron, G. T.
Public Relations Review, 36 (2010) 73–77.
2010
Guest Editorial, Health Literacy and America’s Youth
Young, Rachel and Glen T. Cameron
St. Louis Business Journal
2010
Readers use black newspapers for health/cancer information
Len-Ríos, M. E., Cohen, E., & Caburnay, C.
Newspaper Research Journal, 31(1), 20-35.
2010
Traditional and Emerging Forms of Advertising for Health Literacy Promotions in the U.S. and Europe.
Stam, K, Wang, Y, Rodgers, S & Cameron G.T.
Proceedings of the American Academy of Advertising European Conference, International Conference, Milan, Italy
2009
“Health Literacy Intervention for Media Relations Research.”
Jon Stemmle, Arthur Culbert, Ph.D., Chris Casey, Charlene Caburnay, Ph.D, MPH, Erin Willis, Paula Hunt, Glen Cameron, Ph.D.
National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media, Atlanta, GA
2009
“Traditional and Emerging Forms of Advertising for Health Literacy Promotions in the U.S. and Europe.”
Stam, K, Wang, Y, Rodgers, S & Cameron G.T.
American Academy of Advertising, International Conference, Milan, Italy, June 2009.
2009
Are journalists’ health literacy practices tied to their perceptions of audience behavior? An attribution approach.
Hinnant, A., Len-Ríos, M. E., Oh, H. & Frisby, C. M.
Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago
2009
Black newspaper media dependency for self understanding and for health and cancer information
Len-Ríos, M. E., Cohen, E., & Caburnay, C
Mass Communication & Society Division at the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication, Boston
2009
Health news agenda building: Journalists’ perceptions of the role of public relations.
Len-Ríos, M. E., Hinnant, A., Park, S., Cameron, G. T., Frisby, C. M., & Lee, Y.
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 86(2), 315-331
2009
Health news agenda-building: Journalists’ perceptions of the role of public relations
Len-Ríos, M. E., Hinnant, A., Park, S., Frisby, C. M., & Lee, Y., with Cameron, G. T.
Paper presented Public Relations Division at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Chicago. Top Paper Panel.
2009
Health news agenda-building: Journalists’ perceptions of the role of public relations.
Len-Ríos, M. E., Hinnant, A., Park, S., Cameron, G. T., Frisby, C. M., & Lee, Y.
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 86(2), 315-331.
2009
How intrinsic and external news factors affect journalists’ cognitive and behavioral attitudes toward media relations
Park, S., Len-Ríos, M. E., & Hinnant, A
Paper presented at the meeting of the 12th International Public Relations Research Conference, Miami
2009
National survey finds health journalists are earnest about their educator roles, especially newspaper journalists
Jeong, J., Len-Ríos, M. E., Hinnant, A., & Cameron, G. T.
Newspaper Division at the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication, Boston
2009
Pro- and Anti-Social Alcohol and Tobacco Advertising in Newspapers: Targeting with Message Features and Social Cues in Black vs. Mainstream Newspapers
Cohen, Elisia, Charlene Cabernay, and Shelly Rodgers
International Communication Association conference, Chicago, Illinois
2009
Tacit understandings of health literacy: Interview and survey research with health journalists
Hinnant, A., & Len-Ríos, M. E.
Science Communication, 31(3), 84-115
2009
Understanding how health journalists judge public relations sources: A rules theory approach
Len-Ríos, M. E., Hinnant, A., & Park, S
Public Relations Review, 35(1), 56-65.
2009
What’s in a Name? Health Literacy Leaders Say Plenty!
Kim, J., Lee, Y. A., Gardner, E., Park, H., & Cameron, G. T.
Paper presented at International Communication Association, May 2009, Chicago.
2008
“Linking Telehealth and Traditional Healers in South Africa”,
Chigona, W., Cameron, G. T., Stam, A., Stam, T. L., Belle, J. V., & Wu, S.
Proceedings of Prato CIRN 2008 Community Informatics Conference
2008
A rules theory approach to understanding how health journalists judge public relations sources
Len-Ríos, M. E., Hinnant, A., & Park, S.
Public Relations Division at the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication, Chicago
2008
Black newspapers as a tool for cancer education in African American communities
Caburnay, C., Kreuter, M., Cameron, G., Luke, D., Cohen, E., McDaniels, L., Wohlberg, M., & Atkins, P.
Ethnicity & Disease, 18(4), 488-495.
2008
Cancer Coverage in General-Audience and Black Newspapers Cancer Coverage.
Cohen, E., Caburnay, C., Luke, D., Rodgers, S., Cameron, G., & Kreuter, M.
Health Communication, 23(5), 427-435
2008
Cognitive and emotional effects of breast cancer survivor testimonies
Leshner, G., Bolls, P., Moore, J., Peters, S., Kononova, A., Bailey, R., Gardner, E., & Wise, K.
Paper presented to the Health Communication Division of ICA, Montreal, CAN.
2008
Effects of African American breast cancer survivor testimonies on cognitive, emotional, and behavioral outcomes.
Leshner, G., Bolls, P., Gardner, E., Moore, J., Peters, S., Kononova, A., & Bailey, R.
Paper presented to the Minorities and Communication Division of AEJMC, Chicago, IL.
2008
Examining the Public Health Perspective in Local Tobacco Newspaper Coverage
Rodgers, Shelly, Petya Eckler, Kevin Everett, Linda Bullock, and Isabella Zaniletti
Centers for Disease Control, 2nd Annual National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing and Media, Augusta, Georgia
2008
New Website Metrics for Online Health Training
Rodgers, Shelly, Petya Eckler, Kevin Everett, Linda Bullock, and Isabella Zaniletti
National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media, Atlanta, GA
2008
Stories of feeling and courage: The effect of emotional tone on processing cancer survivor stories
Bolls, P., Leshner, G., Moore, J., Gardner, E., Bailey, R., Kononova, A., & Peters, S.
Paper presented to the Information Systems Division of ICA, Montreal, CAN.
2008
Study asks if reporter’s gender or audience predict paper’s cancer coverage
Len-Ríos, M. E., Park, S., Cameron, G. T., Luke, D. A., & Kreuter, M.
Newspaper Research Journal, 29(2), 91-99
2008
Tacit understandings of health literacy: Interview and survey research with health journalists
Hinnant, A., & Len-Ríos, M. E.
Science Communication Interest Group at the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication, Chicago
2008
The impact of narrative and emotion of breast cancer survivor testimonies on message processing for African American female viewers.
Leshner, G., Bolls, P.D., Moore, J., Gardner, E., Peters, S., Kononova, A., Bailey, R., Wise, K.
Psychophysiology, 45, supplement 1, S98
2007
A content analysis of women’s mass magazines: An examination of socio-cultural factors in health magazine stories targeting African American women
Lumpkins, C., Frisby, C. & Cameron, G.T.
Paper presented at National Association of African American Studies, 2007, Baton Rouge, LA.
2007
Analyzing opportunities for the health communicator in the Black newspaper
Cameron, G. T.
Paper presented at Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication, August 9-12, 2007, in Washington, DC
2007
Media Usage as Health Segmentation Variables,
Rodgers, Shelly, Qimei Chen, Margaret Duffy, and Kenneth Fleming
Journal of Health Communication, 12 (2), 105-119. Article was ranked #1 among the top 20 articles, according to the Domain of Article 17365354 since its publication in 2007
2007
Ozioma! Improving Cancer Coverage for the Black Press and its Publics
Lumpkins, Crystal, Elisia Cohen, Glen Cameron, Doug Luke, Matthew Kreuter, Shelly Rodgers
MAC Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication international conference, Washington, D.C.
2007
Reporter gender and gender-specific cancer news in mainstream and Black newspapers
Len-Ríos, M. E., Park, S., Cameron, G. T., Luke, D. A., & Kreuter, M.
Paper presented to the Ethnicity & Race in Communication Interest Group at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, San Francisco
2006
A comparative analysis of the framing of conflict in cancer news: Mobilizing African Americans to better health
Lumpkin, C. Y., Len-Rios, M. E., & Cameron, G. T.,
Paper accepted at International Communication Association, Health Communication Division, Dresden, Germany
2006
Evidence of Health Disparities in Cancer Coverage of African American Communities
Cohen, Elisa L., Charlene A. Caburnay, Doug Luke, Matthew W. Kreuter, Glen T. Cameron, and, Shelly Rodgers
International Communication Association 2006 Conference in Dresden, Germany
2006
Generating Conflict for Greater Good: Contingency Theory as a Strategic Tool to Impact Health Disparities in African American Communities
Lumpkins, Crystal, Jiyang Bae, Glen Cameron, Shelly Rodgers, Doug Luke, and Matthew W. Kreuter
International Communication Association 2006 Conference in Dresden, Germany
2006
Multiple Health Information Sources and Arthritis: A Segmentation Analysis of Midwesterners,
Rodgers, Shelly, Qimei Chen, Ken Fleming, Margaret Duffy, Jiyang Bae, and Crystal Lumpkins
2006 Bridging the Quality Gap Conference, Columbia, Missouri
2006
Tailored public relations: Using localization and conflict frames in health stories
Cameron, G. T.,
Paper accepted at the 40th National Immunization Conference, Atlanta, GA
2006
The role of spiritual health locus of control in breast cancer information processing between African American and Caucasian women.
Leshner, G., Cheng, I., Song, H., Choi, Y., & Frisby, C.
Integrative Medicine Insights, 2, 35-44.
2005
Cancer Ads: A Comparison of Advertising Strategies in Black vs. Mainstream Newspapers
Bae, Jiyang, Crystal Y. Lumpkins, Shelly Rodgers, Glen Cameron, Doug Luke, Matthew Kreuter
Advertising Division, Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication Conference, San Antonio, TX
2005
Cancer Stories in Black vs. Mainstream Newspapers: Is There A Public Health Perspective?
Lim, Jeongsub, Jiyang Bae, Charlene Caburnay, Jon Stemmle, Shelly Rodgers, Glen Cameron, Doug Luke, and Matthew Kreuter
Newspaper Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, San Antonio, Texas
2005
Chemistry Is in the News: Evolution of a Modern Curriculum
Glaser, Rainer, Kathleen M. Carson, Yongqiang Sui, Brian Hodgen, Cecelia Koetting, Susan M. Schelble, Uri Zoller, Gregor Fels, and Shelly Rodgers
229th American Chemical Society National Conference, San Diego, California
2005
Effects of High Threat Anti-Smoking Public Service Announcements on High Sensation Seeking Young Adults
Choi, Youjin, Michael T. Stephenson, Glen T. Cameron, and Glenn Leshner
Health Communication Division, Annual Conference of the International Communication Association
2005
Family Communication and Teen Smoking Prevention.
Cheng, I-Huei, Glenn Leshner, and Glen T. Cameron
Health Communication Division, Annual Conference of the International Communication Association,
2005
Generating and Managing Conflict for Greater Good: Exploring the Potential for Contingency Theory as a Strategic Tool to Impact Health Disparities in African American Communities
Lumpkins, Crystal Y., Jiyang Bae, Glen Cameron, Shelly Rodgers, Doug Luke, and Matthew Kreuter
Minorities Division, Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication Conference, San Antonio, TX
2005
Information Processing of Antismoking Information and Pro-Tobacco Messages Among Adults and Children
Cheng, I-Huei, and Glen T. Cameron.
Information System Division, Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, New York City, NY
2005
Mental Map Making: The Role of Black Newspapers in Shaping Deleterious Perceptions of Cancer in Black Communities
Qiu, Qi, Cynthia Frisby, Shelly Rodgers, and Glen T. Cameron
Newspaper Division Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, San Antonio, Texas
2005
Multiple Health Information Sources and Arthritis: A Segmentation Analysis of Midwesterners
Rodgers, Shelly, Qimei Chen, Ken Fleming, Margaret Duffy, Jiyang Bae, and Crystal Lumpkins
International Communication Association. Paper ranked 10th out of about 200 posters
2004
A Content Analysis of Cancer Coverage in a National Sample of Black Newspapers
Luke, Douglas, Glen T. Cameron et al.
Health Communication Division of National Communication Association, Chicago, Chicago
2004
Opportunities to Build Cancer Communication with African American Media Outlets
Cameron, Glen T
Public Health Education and Health Promotion, APHA, 132nd Annual Meeting, November 6-10, 2004, Washington, DC
2004
Smokers and Nonsmokers Think Aloud: Analysis of the Cognitive and Affective Responses to Antismoking Messages by Smoking Status and Message Frames
Cheng, I-Huei, and Glen T. Cameron
Health Communication Division of National Communication Association, Chicago
2003
Living well after breast cancer: developing a conceptual model to understand how women with breast cancer can best cope and improve their quality of life
Longo DR, Swaney RJ, Radina ME, Craig KW, Everett KD, Cameron GT, Armer JM, Hewett JE
Annual Conference, International Society for Quality of Life Research, Prague, Czech Republic
2003
Living Well after Breast Cancer: Developing a Conceptual Model to Understand How Women with Breast Cancer Can Best Cope and Improve Their Quality of Life.
Daniel R. Longo, Rebecca J. Swaney, Elise Radina, Kevin W. Craig, Kevin D.,   Everett, Glen T. Cameron, Armer M. Jane and John E. Hewett
Quality of Life Research, Vol. 12, No. 7, Abstracts: 10th Annual Conference of the International Society for Quality of Life Research (ISOQOL) (Nov., 2003), p. 785
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Black Readers Tell It Like It Is
Cameron, G.T.
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