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Linda Neuhauser's Selected Publications

Neuhauser, L., Kreps, G.L. & Syme, S.L. (2013). Community participatory design of health communication programs: Methods and case examples from Australia, China, Switzerland and the United States. In: D.K. Kim, A. Singhal, and G. L. Kreps (Eds). Global Health Communication Strategies in the 21st Century: Design, Implementation and Evaluation. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.

Neuhauser, L. Ivey, S.L., Huang, D., Engelman, A., Tseng, W., Dahrouge, D., Gurung, S., Kealey, M. (February 25, 2013). Availability and readability of emergency preparedness materials for Deaf and Hard of Hearing and older adult populations: Issues and assessments. PLoS ONE.

Neuhauser, L., Kreps, G.L., Morrison, K., Athanasoulis, M., Kirienko, N., & Van Brunt, D. Using design science and artificial intelligence to improve health communication: ChronologyMD case example. Patient Education and Counseling. Available online 29 May 2013.

Neuhauser, L. (2013). Integration and Implementation Sciences: How it relates to scientific thinking and public health strategies. In Bammer, G. Disciplining Interdisciplinarity: Integration and Implementation Sciences for Researching Complex Real-World Problems (pp. 461-472). Canberra Australia: Australian National University Press.

Neuhauser, L. and Paul, K. (2011). Readability, comprehension and usability. In: Communicating Risks and Benefits: An Evidence-Based User’s Guide. Silver Spring, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Bethesda MD: Food and Drug Administration.

Graham C, Kurtovich E, Ivey SL, Neuhauser L (2011). Fee-for-service and managed care for seniors and people with disabilities on Medicaid: Implications for the managed care mandate in California. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 22(4): Pages TBD.

Neuhauser, L. (2010). Creating and implementing large-scale parenting education programs: Bridging research, decision-making and practice. In G. Bammer, Michaux, A., and Sanson, A. (Eds.) Bridging the “Know-Do” Gap: Knowledge Brokering to Improve Child Well-Being. Australian National University Press.

Kreps GL, Neuhauser L (2010). New directions in eHealth communication: Opportunities and challenges. Patient Education and Counseling 78(3): 329-336.

Neuhauser L, Kreps GL (2010). eHealth communication and behavior change: Promise and performance. Journal of Social Semiotics 20(1): 9-27. DOI: 10.1080/10350330903438386.

Kurtovich E, Ivey SL, Neuhauser L, Graham C, Constantine W, Barkan H (2010). Evaluation of a multilingual mass communication intervention for seniors and people with disabilities on Medicaid: A randomized controlled trial. Health Services Research 45(2): 397-417. DOI:10.1111/j.1475-6773.2009.01073.x.

Neuhauser L, Rothschild B, Graham C, Ivey SL, Konishi S (2009). Participatory design of mass health communication in three languages for seniors and people with disabilities on Medicaid. American Journal of Public Health 99(12): 2188-2195.

Graham CL, Ivey SL, Neuhauser L (2009). From hospital to home: Assessing the transitional care needs of vulnerable seniors. The Gerontologist 49(1): 23-33.

Neuhauser L, Kreps GL (2008). Online cancer communication interventions: Meeting the literacy, linguistic and cultural needs of diverse audiences. Patient Education and Counseling 71(3): 365-377. DOI:10.1016/j.pec.2008.02.015.

Kreps GL, Neuhauser L, Sparks L, Villagran MM. (Eds.) Translational community-based health communication interventions to promote cancer prevention and control for vulnerable audiences. Patient Education and Counseling 71(3), 315-412, June 2008.