Daily Schedule

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Thursday, February 28th: Aging, Privacy, and Politics

This session begins at approximately 7:15 a.m. and concludes at 8:15 a.m. Breakfast will be available from 7:00 – 7:15 a.m., and coffee will be served throughout the day. 

Research Title

Speaker

Presentation Type

  • How Consumers Age: A Model of the Transitional Self
Dr. George Milne

University of Massachusetts

  • Paper
  • Data Privacy in the Health Industry—Investigating the Role of Privacy Statement Reading Ease and Data Control
George Milne

Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich

  • Paper
  • Changes in Consumer Attitudes toward Companies Use of Personal Healthcare Information
Dr. George Milne

University of Massachusetts

  • Paper

Thursday, February 28th: Mental Health

This session begins at approximately 8:30 a.m. and concludes at 9:30 a.m. 

Research Title

Speaker

Presentation Type

  • Mental Health issues Among University Students: Realities and Responses
Dr. Van Wood

Virginia Commonwealth University

  • Paper
  • Streaming Mindfulness: Exploring the viability of a video streaming service as an effective intervention for promoting mindfulness and wellbeing
Greenberry Taylor

University of Florida

  • Paper
  • The Marketplace, Mental Wellbeing, and Me: Exploring Self-Esteem, Self-Efficacy, and Self-Compassion in Consumer Coping
Dr. Ann M. Mirabito

Baylor University​

  • Paper
  • PGx in psychiatry: Patient’s knowledge, interest, and uncertainty management preferences in the context of pharmoacogenomic testing
Amanda Kastrinos

University of Florida

  • Paper

Thursday, February 28th: Information management

This session begins at approximately 9:45 a.m. and concludes at 11 a.m. Following this session there will be a break for attendees to explore the area and activities offered. 

Research Title

Speaker

Presentation Type

  • Infant Vaccination: An Experiment to Inoculate Expectant Mothers Against Misinformation Surrounding Hepatitis B.
Amanda Bradshaw

University of Florida

  • Paper
  • Mom warns it could happen to you: How Journalists cover moms’ warning stories
Kendra Auguste

University of Florida

  • Paper
  • From Cover-Up to Catastrophe: How the Anti-Vaccine Propaganda Documentary “Vaxxed” Impacted College Students’ Perceptions About Vaccinations
Amanda Bradshaw

University of Florida

  • Paper

Thursday, February 28th: Stigma & Expectations

This session begins at approximately 4:45 a.m. and concludes at 6 p.m.

Research Title

Speaker

Presentation Type

  • Social Media Engagement after Heatlhcare Provider failure: Does Triggers Source Matter?
Dr. Joe Hair

University of South Alabama

  • Paper
  • Digital Stigma Reduction Mechanism Proposal
Dr. Sarah keller

Montana State University Billings​

  • Paper
  • Combating Stigma through the Normalization of Mental Health Treatment: Lessons from Suicide Prevention Strategies in Finland
Dr. Joy C. Honea

Montana State University Billings​

  • Paper

Friday, March 1: Morning Miscellaneous

This session begins at approximately 7:15 a.m. and concludes at 8:15 a.m. Breakfast will be available from 7:00 – 7:15 a.m., and coffee will be served throughout the day. 

Research Title

Speaker

Presentation Type

  • Managing Corporate Reputation: News Media Coverage about CSR Dimensions as Key Factor
Tobias Morath

Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich

  • Paper
  • Where Do Rural Populations Get Their Health Information? Sources of Information and Levels of Trust
Matt Cretual

University of Florida

  • Paper
  • From One To Five Stars: How Consumer Reviews and Digital Brand Identity Shape Maternal Pediatrician Selection
Amanda Bradshaw

University of Florida

  • Paper

Friday, March 1: Campaigns and Cases

This session begins at approximately 8:30 a.m. and concludes at 9:30 a.m.

Research Title

Speaker

Presentation Type

  • REAL ID: Formative Research for the Montana Campaign
Rachel Ollivant

Montana State University Billings​

  • Paper
  • Innovation! Do We Practice What We Teach? An Academic Case Study
Dr. Michael Weber

University of Maine​

  • Paper

Friday, March 1: News Media and Health Data

This session begins at approximately 9:45 a.m. and concludes at 11 a.m. Following this session there will be a break for attendees to explore the area and activities offered. 

Research Title

Speaker

Presentation Type

  • Darker cloud or sliver lining? News framing of the relationship between the opioid crisis and organ donation
Amanda Bradshaw

University of Florida

  • Paper
  • Using HINTS Data to Determine Health Information Sources of Rural Populations in the United States
Matt Cretul

University of Florida

  • Paper
  • Detox Tea Advertising on Social Media: Examining the Content of Popular Detox Tea Brands on Instagram
Presenter

University of Florida

  • Paper
  • Reception: 6:30-7:30 p.m.
    Banquet & Awards: 7:30-9:30pm
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