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Tables of Contents for Handbook of Health Communication
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Preface
xi
 
Introduction
1
8
Teresa L. Thompson
PART I: INTRODUCTION
Katherine I. Miller
Illness Narratives and the Social Construction of Health
9
26
Barbara F. Sharf
Marsha L. Vanderford
Theorizing About Health Communication
35
28
Austin S. Babrow
Marifran Mattson
Communication in Medical Encounters: An Ecological Perspective
63
32
Richard L. Street, Jr.
PART II: PROVIDER-PATIENT INTERACTION ISSUES
Teresa L. Thompson
Provider and Patient Communication Skills Training
95
26
Donald J. Cegala
Stefne Lenzmeier Broz
The Nature of the Therapeutic Relationship and the Assessment of Its Discourse in Routine Medical Visits
121
20
Debra Roter
Kelly S. McNeilis
Outcomes of Patient-Provider Interaction
141
22
Judith Belle Brown
Moira Stewart
Bridget L. Ryan
Medical Disclosure and Decision-Making: Excavating the Complexities of Physician-Patient Information Exchange
163
20
Catherine M. Gillotti
Children, Older Adults, and Women: Impact on Provider-Patient Interaction
183
24
Jon F. Nussbaum
Sandra Ragan
Bryan Whaley
PART III: SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY HEALTH ISSUES
Alicia M. Dorsey
The State of the Art and the State of the Science of Community Organizing
207
14
James W. Dearing
The Continuing Challenge of Community Health Risk Management and Communication
221
20
Clifford W. Scherer
Napoleon K. Juanillo Jr.
Working along the Margins: Developing Community-Based Strategies for Communicating about Health with Marginalized Groups
241
22
Leigh Arden Ford
Gust A. Yep
Social Support, Social Networks, and Health
263
22
Terrance L. Albrecht
Daena J. Goldsmith
Everyday Interpersonal Communication and Health
285
34
Rebecca J. Welch Cline
PART IV: ORGANIZATIONAL ISSUES
Katherine I. Miller
Organizational Forms and the Provision of Health Care
319
28
John C. Lammers
Ashley P. Duggan
Joshua B. Barbour
Stress and Social Support in Health Care Organizations
347
22
Julie Apker
Eileen Berlin Ray
Groups and Teams in Health Care: Communication and Effectiveness
369
34
Marshall Scott Poole
Kevin Real
Organizational Rhetoric and Healthcare Policymaking
403
20
Charles Conrad
Holly Gene McIntush
Working Well: Communicating Individual and Collective Wellness Initiatives
423
26
Patricia Geist-Martin
Kim Horsley
Angele Farrell
PART V: MEDIA ISSUES
Roxanne Parrott
Using Media Campaigns for Health Promotion
449
24
Charles Salmon
Charles Atkin
Looking Toward the Future: Health Message Design Strategies
473
24
Lisa Murray-Johnson
Kim Witte
Using Computers to Narrowcast Health Messages: The Role of Audience Segmentation, Targeting, and Tailoring in Health Promotion
497
18
Rajiv N. Rimal
A. Dawn Adkins
Telemedicine: Expanding Health Care into Virtual Environments
515
22
Jeanine Warisse Turner
Health as Profit: Public Relations in Health Communication
537
20
Jeffrey K. Springston
Ruth Ann Weaver Lariscy
Popular Media and Health: Images, Effects, and Institutions
557
26
Kimberly N. Kline
Accessing, Understanding, and Applying Health Communication Messages: The Challenge of Health Literacy
583
26
Jay M. Bernhardt
Kenzie A. Cameron
PART VI: LESSONS AND CHALLENGES FROM THE FIELD
Alicia M. Dorsey
Opportunities for Health Communication Scholarship to Shape Public Health Policy and Practice: Examples from the National Cancer Institute
609
16
Gary L. Kreps
Lessons Learned from the Field on Prevention and Health Campaigns
625
12
Timothy Edgar
Vicki Freimuth
Sharon Lee Hammond
Lessons Learned about Academic and Public Health Collaborations in the Conduct of Community-Based Research
637
14
Roxanne Parrott
Carol Steiner
Ethics in Health Communication Interventions
651
30
Nurit Guttman
Author Index
681
48
Subject Index
729