Handbook of health communication

Thompson, T. L., Dorsey, L. A., Miller, K. I., & Parrott, R. (Eds.) (2011). Handbook of health communication (2nd ed.). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

  • Parrott, R., & Kreuter, M. W. Multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, and transdisciplinary approaches to health communication: where do we draw the lines? (pp. 3-17).
  • Babrow, A. S., & Mattson, M. Building health communication theories in the 21st century (pp. 18-35).
  • Sharf, B. M., Harter, L. M., Yamasaki, J., & Haidet, P. Narrative turns epic: continuing developments in health narrative scholarship (pp. 36-51).
  • Roter, D. L., & Hall, J. A. How medical interaction shapes and reflects the physician-patient relationship (pp. 55-68)
  • Clayton, M. F., & Ellington, L. Beyond primary care providers: a discussion of health communication roles and challenges for health care professionals and others.
  • Whitten, P., Cook, D., & Cornacchione, J. Telemedicine: reviewing the past, looking toward the future.
  • Real, K., & Poole, M. S. Health care teams: communication and effectiveness
  • Geist-Martin, P., & Scarduzio, J. A. Working well: reconsidering health communication at work.
  • Aldoory, L., & Austin, L. Relationship building and situational publics: theoretical approaches guiding today’s health public relations.
  • Turner, M. M., Skubisz, C., & Rimal, R. N. Theory and practice in risk communication: a review of the literature and visions for the future.
  • Galarce, E. M., Ramanadhan, S., & Viswanath, K. Health information seeking.
  • Sundar, S., et al. Online health information: conceptual challenges and theoretical opportunities.
  • Silk, K. J., Atkin, C. K., & Salmon, C. T. Developing effective media campaigns for health promotion.
  • Roberto, A. J., Murray-Johnson, L., & Witte, K. International health communication campaigns in developing countries.
  • Edger, T., Volkman, J. E., & Logan, A. M. B. Social marketing: its meaning, use, and application for health communication.
  • Kline, K. N. Popular media and health: images and effects.
  • DeLorme, D. E., et al. Advertising in health communication: promoting pharmaceuticals and dietary supplements to U.S. consumers.
  • Thompson, T. L., & Whaley, B. Explaining illness.
  • Cameron, K. A., Wolf, M. W., & Baker, D. W. Integrating health literacy in health communication.
  • Dutta, M. J. & Basu, A. Culture, communication, and health: a guiding framework.
  • Goldsmith, D. J., & Albrecht, T. L. Social support, social networks, and health.
  • Wright, K. B., et al. Computer-mediated social support: promises and pitfalls for individuals coping with health concerns.
  • Pecchioni, L. L., & Keeley, M. P. Insights about health from family communication theories.
  • Cline, R. J. W. Everyday interpersonal communication and health.
  • Politi, M., & Street, R. L. Jr. Patient-centered communication during collaborative decision making.
  • Duggan, A. P., & Thompson, T. L. Provider-patient interaction and related outcomes.
  • Ray, E. B., & Apker, J. Stress, burnout, and supportive communication: a review of research in health organizations.
  • Goldsmith, J., et al. Life span and end-of-life health communication.
  • Smith, R. A. Stigma, communication, and health.
  • Ndiaye, K., et al. Communication and health disparities.
  • Harris, L. M., et al. Health communication and health information technology: priority issues, policy implications, and research opportunities for healthy people 2020.
  • Robinson, J. D. Conversation analysis and health communication.
  • Valente, T. W. Social networks and health communication.
  • Du Pre, A., & Crandall, S. J. Qualitative methods: bridging the gap between research and daily practice.
  • Dearing, J. W., Gaglio, B., & Rabin, B. A. Community organizing research approaches.
  • Stephenson, M. T., Southwell, B. G., & Yzer, M. Advancing health communication research: issues and controversies in research design and data analysis.
  • Morgan, S. E., King, A. J., & Ivic, R. K. Using new technologies to enhance health communication research methodology.
  • Kreps, G.L. Translating health communication research into practice: The influence of health communication scholarship on health policy, practice, and outcomes. ( 595-608).
  • Egbert, N., et al. (Re)viewing health communication and related Interdisciplinary curricula: towards a transdisciplinary perspective.
  • Guttman, N. Ethics in communication for health promotion in clinical settings and campaigns: new challenges and enduring dilemmas.