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Fall 2018 CHRC Distinguished Speaker Series ft. Susan E. Morgan

Fall 2018 CHRC Distinguished Speaker Series ft. Susan E. Morgan

Center for Health and Risk Communication | College of Arts and Humanities Friday, September 7, 2018 12:00 pm-1:00 pm Marie Mount Hall Room: The Maryland Room
Join the College of Arts and Humanities (ARHU) and the Center for Health and Risk Communication (CHRC) for the Fall 2018 Distinguished Speaker Series featuring Susan E. Morgan, professor of communication and associate provost for research development at the University of Miami. Professor Morgan's talk is entitled, "Using technology and social media to increase participation in cancer-related clinical trials." 
  View the event poster here. For more information, visit CHRC online here.   About Susan E. Morgan   Susan E. Morgan, Ph.D. (BA, University of Massachusetts, 1990; MA, University of Arizona, 1993; Ph.D., University of Arizona, 1997) is the Associate Provost for Research Development and Strategy at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, USA, where she also holds an appointment as Full Professor in the Communication Studies department. Until 2017, she served as Associate Dean for Research for the School of Communication as well as the Director for the Center for Communication, Culture, and Change.    Morgan’s research interests involve the design and evaluation of persuasive messages targeting health behavior change in multicultural populations. Her research has been supported by over $12 million in grant funding from state and national sources, including the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, and the Department of Health and Human Services.   Morgan's current research uses qualitative and quantitative research methodologies to investigate message design features that increase the effectiveness of health-promotive campaigns. Her current area of primary interest is in cancer communication, particularly the development of multilevel interventions designed to improve clinical trial accrual. Much of her previous research involved developing and evaluating multimedia campaigns to promote organ donation in worksite and community settings. Additionally, Dr. Morgan has conducted large-scale studies of how the mass media frames organ donation and the effects of that framing on public attitudes and behaviors toward donor registration.     Morgan serves on the editorial boards of five journals and is an active reviewer for 15 journals. She has published over 70 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters in the area of health communication. Her research has appeared in medical and leading social science journals including "Clinical Transplantation," "Communication Monographs," "Journal of Communication," "Communication Theory," "Journal of Applied Communication Research," "Journal of Applied Social Psychology," "Health Psychology" and the "Journal of the National Medical Association." Morgan is also the author of a book, "From Numbers to Words: Reporting Statistical Results for the Social Sciences (Routledge, 2006)."
- - - Note: The talk is scheduled in the Maryland Room, Marie Mount Hall. This is a new location for our speaker series.
Also, if you missed a previous talk given by a CHRC Distinguished Speaker, you can view the recorded talk on our website at healthriskcenter.umd.edu
 
Add to Calendar 09/07/18 12:00 PM 09/07/18 1:00 PM America/New_York Fall 2018 CHRC Distinguished Speaker Series ft. Susan E. Morgan Join the College of Arts and Humanities (ARHU) and the Center for Health and Risk Communication (CHRC) for the Fall 2018 Distinguished Speaker Series featuring Susan E. Morgan, professor of communication and associate provost for research development at the University of Miami. Professor Morgan's talk is entitled, "Using technology and social media to increase participation in cancer-related clinical trials." 
  View the event poster here. For more information, visit CHRC online here.   About Susan E. Morgan   Susan E. Morgan, Ph.D. (BA, University of Massachusetts, 1990; MA, University of Arizona, 1993; Ph.D., University of Arizona, 1997) is the Associate Provost for Research Development and Strategy at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, USA, where she also holds an appointment as Full Professor in the Communication Studies department. Until 2017, she served as Associate Dean for Research for the School of Communication as well as the Director for the Center for Communication, Culture, and Change.    Morgan’s research interests involve the design and evaluation of persuasive messages targeting health behavior change in multicultural populations. Her research has been supported by over $12 million in grant funding from state and national sources, including the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, and the Department of Health and Human Services.   Morgan's current research uses qualitative and quantitative research methodologies to investigate message design features that increase the effectiveness of health-promotive campaigns. Her current area of primary interest is in cancer communication, particularly the development of multilevel interventions designed to improve clinical trial accrual. Much of her previous research involved developing and evaluating multimedia campaigns to promote organ donation in worksite and community settings. Additionally, Dr. Morgan has conducted large-scale studies of how the mass media frames organ donation and the effects of that framing on public attitudes and behaviors toward donor registration.     Morgan serves on the editorial boards of five journals and is an active reviewer for 15 journals. She has published over 70 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters in the area of health communication. Her research has appeared in medical and leading social science journals including "Clinical Transplantation," "Communication Monographs," "Journal of Communication," "Communication Theory," "Journal of Applied Communication Research," "Journal of Applied Social Psychology," "Health Psychology" and the "Journal of the National Medical Association." Morgan is also the author of a book, "From Numbers to Words: Reporting Statistical Results for the Social Sciences (Routledge, 2006)."
- - - Note: The talk is scheduled in the Maryland Room, Marie Mount Hall. This is a new location for our speaker series.
Also, if you missed a previous talk given by a CHRC Distinguished Speaker, you can view the recorded talk on our website at healthriskcenter.umd.edu
 
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