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Poster Presentations 2013

1. Facebook as a Tool for Smoking Cessation?
Samantha D. Post, MPH, Senior Account Executive, MMG, Inc.; Shani C. Taylor, MHS, MMG, Inc.; Amy Sanders Daniels, MA, MMG, Inc.

2. Predictors of Patient Satisfaction with Computer-assisted Education (CO-ED) System at Psychiatric Rehabilitation Centers
Joseph Finkelstein, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University; Eunme Cha, MPH, Johns Hopkins University

3. Social Media Use Among State Health Departments
Bethany Tennant, M.S., Doctoral Candidate, University of Florida; Enmanuel Chavarria, M.S., University of Florida; J. Don Chaney, Ph.D., MCHES, University of Florida

4. News Channel for a New Public Health: Building an Online Community of Public Health Professionals with a Journalistic Lens
Carlos Roig, MA, MSJ, Senior Vice President, Digital Media and Broadcast Strategy, Home Front Communications; Jessica Mark, MPH, CPH, Home Front Communications; Catherine Andrews, MSJ, Home Front Communications

5. Assessing Pretesting Practices in SMS-Based Health Behavior Change I nterventions
Robert D Furberg, PhD, MBA, Senior Clinical Informaticist, RTI International; Jessica Fitts Willoughby, Doctoral candidate, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, UNC-CH

6. Texting 4 Control: The Effects of a Texting Intervention On Self-Management Behaviors Among Young People with Epilepsy
Jody Kakacek, MA, PhD candidate, Director of Public Awareness and Specialty Programs, Epilepsy Foundation

7. Apps for Asthma: Design Suggestions After First-Hand Experiences Using Currently Available Asthma Self-Management Applications by Teens and Their Healthcare Provider
Tali Schneider, MPH, CHES, Study Coordinator, Social Marketing Group & Florida Prevention Research Center; Anthony Dominic Panzera, MPH, Social Marketing Group & Florida Prevention Research Center, University of South Florida

8. A Systematic Review of Type 2 Diabetes Management Mobile Applications: Use of Behavior Change Theory and Evidence-Based Medicine
Melissa Murray Jordan, MS, Florida Department of Health; Chris Duclos, MS, FL Department of Health; Rebecca Thomas, BA, FL Department of Health; John Folson, FL Department of Health

9. A Systematic Review of Type 2 Diabetes Management Mobile Applications: Use of Behavior Change Theory and Evidence-Based Medicine
Kitty Harding, MPH, Senior Account Executive, Ogilvy Public Relations

10. Evaluation and Innovation: Real Warriors Campaign Geospatial Mapping Depicts How an Integrated Campaign Strategy is Reaching the Nation’s Service Members and Veterans
Barbara Blue, MA, Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton; Lisa Brown, Booz Allen Hamilton

11. PHIT for Duty, a Mobile Health Assessment and Intervention Application of Post Traumatic Stress and Psychological Disorders
Paul N. Kizakevich, MS, PE, Senior Biomedical Research Engineer, RTI International; Randall P. Eckhoff, BS, RTI International; Jennifer T. Lyden, MS, RTI International; Robert Hubal, PhD, RTI International; Janice Brown. PhD, RTI International

12. Choosing Work: Encouraging People with Disabilities to Participate in the Social Security, Ticket to Work Program through Integrated Telephonic and Digital Outreach
Donald Jones, MA, Lead Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton

13. Tracking Suicide Risk Factors through Twitter in the U.S.
Jared Jashinsky, Public Health: Health Promotion Major, Research Assistant, Brigham Young University; Trenton Argyle, Public Health: Health Science Major, Brigham Young University; Carl L. Hanson, Ph.D., Brigham Young University, Christophe Giraud-Carrier, Ph.D., Brigham Young University, Scott Burton, M.S., Brigham Young University

14. Improvement in Quality and Education in a Pediatric Resident Continuity Clinic through Implementation of Electronic Medical Records: An Update
Sanjeev Tuli, MD, Professor and Chief, Division of General Pediatrics, University of Florida College of Medicine; Maria Kelly, MD, The University of Florida College of Medicine; Heidi Saliba, BA, The University of Florida College of Medicine; Lindsay A. Thompson, MD MS, The University of Florida College of Medicine; Erik W. Black, PhD, University of Florida College of Medicine and College of Education

15. Electronic Health Records Use: Overcoming Clinicians’ Barriers to Change by Applying Systems Thinking to Improve Patient Care
Ronald Viggiani, MD, Director, Scientific Affairs and Editorial Services, Medscape, LLC; Susie Butler, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services; Frank Funderburk, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services; Jennifer J Brown, PhD, Medscape; Caroline Robinson, PhD, CE Outcomes, LLC

16. Medical Students’ Health Risks and Online Displays of Alcohol Use
Lindsay A. Thompson, MD MS, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Epidemiology and Health Policy, University of Florida College of Medicine; Erik W. Black, PhD, The University of Florida College of Medicine and College of Education; Heidi Saliba, BA, The University of Florida College of Medicine

17. Tweaking and Tweeting: Exploring Twitter for Non-Medical Use of Adderall among College Students
Carl L. Hanson, PhD, Professor, Brigham Young University; Christophe Giruad-Carrier, PhD, Brigham Young University; Scott Burton, PhD(c), Brigham Young University; Michael Barnes, PhD, Brigham Young University; Josh West, PhD, MPH, Brigham Young University

18. The Benefits of New Media Components for a Community-Based Youth Communications Program
Charlotte Tansill, Digital Strategist, Ogilvy Washington; Lauren Grella, MA, Ogilvy Washington; Robert Santos, Ogilvy Washington; Tessa Allen Burton, MPH, Division of Violence Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Alan Dowell, Division of Violence Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

19. Community Evaluation of a Videovoice Project for the National Children’s Study
Roger Knight, BA, Research Project Coordinator, Center for Health Care Studies, Northwestern University; Christopher Warren, BA, Center for Health Care Studies, Northwestern University

20. Establishing a Successful Listening Campaign
Harold Fields, MA English, BA Communications, BA Psychology, Web Content Manager, Westat; Kay Gallagher, BS Communications, Westat

21. Bite-Sized Storytelling: Fitting Your Message into Your Audience’s Attention Span
Emily Zeigenfuse, MPH, Account Supervisor/Digital Strategist, Ogilvy Public Relations; Mac Cullen, Ogilvy Public Relations

22. The Understatement that is Digital Literac y
Alexandra Bornkessel, M.A., Manager, Digital Strategy and Social Media, RTI International

23. Hacking for Health: Results from the First-Ever Health Literacy Hackathon
Mary Ann Petti, MPH, Health Communication and eHealth Specialist, CommunicateHealth; Molly McLeod, Creative Director, CommunicateHealth; Stacy Robison, MPH, MCHES, President and Co-Founder, CommunicateHealth; Xanthi Scrimgeour, MHEd, MCHES, Principal and Co-Founder, CommunicateHealth; Sandy Williams Hilfiker, MA, Principal and Director of User-Centered Design, CommunicateHealth

24. Interactive Health Communication for Chronic Disease Self-management: A Systematic Review of Web 2.0 Interventions for Older Adults
Michael Stellefson, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Florida; Beth Chaney, PhD, MCHES, University of Florida; Adam Barry, PhD, University of Florida; J. Don Chaney, PhD, University of Florida; Bethany Tennant, MS, University of Florida

25. An Integrated Approach – Use of an Array of Digital Tools to Promote Consistency in Public Health Emergency M essaging
Lisa Briseño, MS, Health Communication Specialist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Gilbert Ovalle, BA, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

26. Utilizing Camtasia technology to conduct cognitive interviews in health education research
Beth H. Chaney, PhD, MCHES, Assistant Professor, University of Florida; Adam Barry, PhD, University of Florida; J. Don Chaney, PhD, University of Florida; Michael Stellefson, PhD, University of Florida; Monica Webb, PhD, East Carolina University;

27. Heath Meets ‘Technical’ Literacy: The Critical Crossroads
Alison M. Pilsner, MPH, CPH, CHES; Roger Holzberg, MFA; Allison Mills
(My Bridge 4 Life™)

28. Informed Decision Making in the Digital Age: A Study of African-American Men’s Health Information Technology Use and Prostate Cancer Screening Behavior
Otis Owens, MPH, PhD Candidate, University of South Carolina; Daniela B. Friedman, MSc, PhD, University of South Carolina; Heather M. Brandt, PhD, CHES, University of South Carolina; James R. Hébert, MSPH, ScD, University of South Carolina

29. A Knowledge Model on Prostate Cancer using Concept Maps
Rodrigo Carvajal, B. Sc., DBA II, Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute; Brian Rivers, Ph. D., Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute; Cedric Harville, Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute

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