HITS used supervised machine learning to understand how communication styles relate to writers’ substance use and well-being outcomes.
The Health Information Technology Studies group examined the use and utility of an mHealth app designed to support people living with HIV and SUD.
The Health Information Technology Studies group tested the impact of combining addiction medications with smartphone intervention technology.
The Health Information Technology Studies group reveals the importance of patient-provider communication to predict decision-making satisfaction.
The Health Information Technology Studies group aims to improve the effectiveness, patient-centeredness and efficiency of shared decision making for breast cancer screening.
The Health Information Technology Studies group explores the psychological factors involved in communicating vaccine efficacy.
The Health Information Technology Studies group examines the use of social mediation technology for people living with HIV and substance use disorders.
New article “Coaching older adults discharged home from the emergency department: The role of competence and emotion in following up with outpatient clinicians” in Patient Educ Couns. from the Health Information Technology Studies group aiming to answer …
At their 72nd Annual Conference in Paris France, the International Communication Association (ICA) awarded its B. Aubrey Fisher Mentorship Award to SJMC Maier-Bascom Professor Dhavan Shah. Since 1988, the B. Aubrey Fisher Award has been …
New article “The Relationship among COVID-19 Information Seeking, News Media Use, and Emotional Distress at the Onset of the Pandemic” in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health from the Health Information Technology …