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Tools and Techniques for Building & Sustaining Trust in Health Information Glen Nowak

Glen Nowak was an invited panelist for a session on “Tools and Techniques for Building & Sustaining Trust in Health Information,” at National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media, […]

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Between the facts and the hard place: Trust judgments and affective responses in information-seeking processes during early COVID-19 Ivanka Pjesivac

Ivanka Pjesivac, S. Eldredge, E. Dalton, and L. Miller. (May 2022). “Between the facts and the hard place: Trust judgments and affective responses in information-seeking processes during early COVID-19.” Paper presented […]

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Better Understanding Adult COVID-19 Vaccination Hesitancy and Refusal: The Influence of Broader Beliefs about Vaccines Glen Nowak

John Boyle, Glen Nowak, Rachel Kinder, Ronaldo Iachan and James Dayton. “Better Understanding Adult COVID-19 Vaccination Hesitancy and Refusal: The Influence of Broader Beliefs about Vaccines,” International Journal of Environmental […]

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Effective Communication Management in a Public Health Crisis: Lessons Learned about COVID-19 Pandemic through the Lens of Health Communication Executives Taylor Voges and Yan Jin

Taylor Voges (PhD candidate), Yan Jin, LaShonda Eaddy (PhD alum), Shelley Spector. (forthcoming). “Effective Communication Management in a Public Health Crisis: Lessons Learned about COVID-19 Pandemic through the Lens of Health Communication Executives.” Journal […]

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Strategic Communication and the Global Pandemic Juan Meng

Juan Meng and Ralph Tench were the co-editors of a special issue of International Journal of Strategic Communication titled “Strategic Communication and the Global Pandemic,” published in June [International Journal […]

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National Science Foundation Development Grant Glen Nowak and Michael Cacciatore

Glen Nowak is a co-Principal Investigator on a $1 million National Science Foundation Development Grant supported under NSF’s Phase 1 funding for projects involving Predictive Intelligence for Pandemic Prevention. This […]

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What lessons can we learn from the Covid pandemic about how to communicate public health during a time of crisis? Glen Nowak

Glen Nowak was a guest on the Research Comms Podcast, a weekly podcast featuring interviews with “people who are doing inspiring, innovative work in the field of research communications.” The […]

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Crisis Misinformation and Corrective Strategies in Social-Mediated Crisis Communication Yan Jin

Abstract: The social-mediated crisis communication domain is flooded with misinformation in various forms, causing misperception about a crisis and trigger negative crisis outcomes that harm organizational reputation and publics’ wellbeing. […]

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Ethical and Legal Principles for the Practitioner Consumers, Organizations, and Platforms Taylor Voges and Jonathan Peters

Abstract: The standard advice in crisis communication is to respond quickly, but only with what is absolutely known to be fact. Social media have increased the potential for quick response, […]

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Current Issues of Social Media and Crisis Communication Bryan H. Reber

Abstract: The standard advice in crisis communication is to respond quickly, but only with what is absolutely known to be fact. Social media have increased the potential for quick response, […]

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