Creating a Framework for Online Cancer Services Research to Facilitate Timely and Interdisciplinary Applications

Creating a Framework for Online Cancer Services Research to Facilitate Timely and Interdisciplinary Applications

Creating a Framework for Online Cancer Services Research to Facilitate Timely and Interdisciplinary Applications

Authors of this article:

Pamela Whitten ;   Gary L Kreps ;   Matthew S Eastin

Journals

  1. Hu Y, Shyam Sundar S. Effects of Online Health Sources on Credibility and Behavioral Intentions. Communication Research 2010;37(1):105 View
  2. Neuhauser L, Kreps G. Online cancer communication: Meeting the literacy, cultural and linguistic needs of diverse audiences. Patient Education and Counseling 2008;71(3):365 View
  3. Kreps G. The value of health communication scholarship: New directions for health communication inquiry. International Journal of Nursing Sciences 2020;7:S4 View
  4. Kulkarni R, Mauser-Bunschoten E, Stedman C, Street A. Medical co-morbidities and practice. Haemophilia 2014;20:130 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Kreps G. The Handbook of Applied Communication Research. View
  2. Işık T. Handbook of Research on Representing Health and Medicine in Modern Media. View