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Supporting English learners through technology: What districts and teachers say about digital learning resources for English learners. Volume I: Final report.

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Quality improvement toolkits: Recommendations for development.

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Preaching to the choir: Ideology and following behaviour in social media.

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Foundations for self-determination in early childhood: Preliminary preschool study.

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Use of mobile and computer devices to support recovery in people with serious mental illness: Survey study.

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Partnering with mommy bloggers to disseminate breast cancer risk information: Social media intervention.

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Evaluating visual analytics for health informatics applications: A systematic review from the American Medical Informatics Association Visual Analytics Working Group Task Force on Evaluation.

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State and territorial efforts to reduce health disparities: Findings of a 2016 survey by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health.

Kaufman A., Klein E.G., Koblitz A., and Price S. (2018).

A vision for eye-tracking research in tobacco regulatory science.

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Inadequate diversity of information resources searched in US-affiliated systematic reviews and meta-analyses: 2005-2016.

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Tobacco product harm perceptions and new use.

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Real-world technology use among people with mental illnesses: Qualitative study.

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Skin cancer knowledge, awareness, beliefs and preventive behaviors among Black and Hispanic men and women.

Rubenstein L., Dukes S., Fearing C., Foster B.K., Painter K., Rosenblatt A., and Rubin W. (2018).

A case study for social marketing: Key strategies for transforming the children's mental health system in the United States.

Seeger M.W., Pechta L.E., Price S.M., Lubell K.M., Rose D.A., Sapru S., Chansky M.C., and Smith B.J. (2018).

A conceptual model for evaluating emergency risk communication in public health.

Robinson E., Lubar E., Singer J., Kellman D., Katz B., and Kuznicki S. (2018).

State of the practice for traveler information during nonrecurring events.

Noar S.M., Cappella J.N., and Price S.M. (2017).

Communication regulatory science: Mapping a new field.

Burke-Garcia A. and Mathew S. (2017).

Leveraging social and digital media for participant recruitment: A review of methods from the Bayley Short Form Formative Study.

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Social network analysis of a scientist-practitioner research initiative established to facilitate science dissemination and implementation within states and communities.

Levis D.M., Hillard C.L., Price S.M., Reed-Gross E., Bonilla E., Amin M., Stowell J.D., Clark R., Johnson D., Mask K., Carpentieri C., and Cannon M.J. (2017).

Using theory-based messages to motivate U.S. pregnant women to prevent cytomegalovirus infection: Results from formative research.

Burke-Garcia A. and Afanaseva D.A. (2017).

Reaching for the stars: Successful influencer engagement on YouTube.

Botts N., Pan E., Olinger L., Donahue M., and Hsing N. (2016).

Improved veteran access to care through the Veteran Health Information Exchange Retail Immunization Coordination Project.

Cohn A., Stanton C.A., Pearson J.L., Glasser A.M., Niaura R., Johnson A., Villanti A., Collins L., and Rose S.W. (2016).

Misperceptions of harm among Natural American Spirit smokers: Results from Wave 1 of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) study (2013-2014).

Stanton C.A., Graham A.L., Papandonatos G.D., and Erar B. (2016).

Online community use predicts abstinence in combined Internet/phone intervention for smoking cessation.

Law C., Adler T., and Killen J. (2016).

Discussing complementary or alternative health approaches with travelers.

Lipman P.D. and Aspy C.B. (2016).

Local learning communities to improve quality for chronic kidney disease (CKD): From four regional practice-based research networks (PBRNs).

Villanti A.C., Stanton C.A., Jacobs M.A., Zawistowski G., Brookover J., and Graham A.L. (2015).

Impact of assessment modality on recruitment and retention in a Facebook smoking cessation study.

Villanti A.C., Stanton C.A., Jacobs M.A., Zawistowski G., Brookover J., and Graham A.L. (2015).

Impact of baseline assessment modality on enrollment and retention in a Facebook smoking cessation study.

Burke-Garcia A., Soufi N., Ponta L., and Yegen J. (2015).

Twitter chats or Facebook events? Choosing the right platform for live events.

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The Islamic State's use of online social media.

Yan T. and Datta A.R. (2015).

Altering the survey-taking climate: The case of the 2010 U.S. Census.

Hamilton J.G., Hutson S.P., Frohnmayer A.E., Han P.K.J., Peters J.A., Carr A.G., and Alter B.P. (2015).

Genetic information-seeking behaviors and knowledge among family members and patients with inherited bone marrow failure syndromes.

Woodruff K., Murray K.W., Moon C., and Finney C. (2015).

Using text messaging to improve attendance and completion in a parent training program.

Marcus P.M., Broski K.G., Buys S.S., Childs J., Church T.R., Gohagan J.K., Gren L.H., Higgins D., Jaggi R., Jenkins V., Johnson C.C., Lappe K., O'Brien B., Ogden S.L., Prorok P.C., Reding D., Shambaugh V., Yokochi L.A., and Yurgalevitch S. (2015).

Building successful relationships in the PLCO Cancer Screening Trial.

Burke-Garcia A. and Finch A. (2014).

Animation and information dissemination: The keyframes to storytelling success.

Vousden C.L., Sapru S., and Johnson J.E. (2014).

Communicating about biomonitoring and the results of a community-based project: A case study on one state’s experience.

Price S.M., Bonilla E., Zador P.L., Levis D.M., Kilgo C.L., and Cannon M.J. (2014).

Educating women about congenital cytomegalovirus: Assessment of health education materials through a web-based survey.

Sarr M., Peralta L., Brown L., Lally M.A., Goldsworthy R., Kahn J., and Zimet G. (2014).

Evaluation of an intervention among adolescents to reduce preventive misconception in HIV vaccine clinical trials.

Cha E., Kim K.H., Umpierrez G., Dawkins C.R., Bello M.K., Lerner H.M., Narayan K.M., and Dunbar S.B. (2014).

A feasibility study to develop a diabetes prevention program for young adults with prediabetes by using digital platforms and a handheld device.

Botts N., Peterson S., Hovick S., Burton-Chase A., Ba F., Basen-Engquist K., Fisch M., Horan T., Thoms B., Stingo F., Yzquierdo R., Galvan C., and Rieber A. (2014).

Preferences for eHealth technology in meeting the health information needs of underserved cancer survivors.

Burke-Garcia A. and Scally G. (2014).

Trending now: Future directions in digital media for the public health sector.

Yan T., Evans W.D., and Datta A.R. (2014).

Use of paid media to encourage 2010 Census participation among the hard to count.

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