Research on Cancer Control During the Pandemic and Health Communication Interventions at 2021 Society of Behavioral Medicine Meeting
Westat’s work with the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI’s) Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences (DCCPS) will be featured at 2 sessions at the upcoming virtual Society of Behavioral Medicine 42nd Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions taking place April 12-16, 2021. See the conference site for details.
- Grace Huang, Ph.D., co-authored the analysis of inquiries to the Cancer Information Service to examine how the COVID-19 pandemic has influenced information needs of cancer survivors, caregivers, smokers, and the general public.
- Sophia Tsakraklides, Ph.D., is part of a presentation on a study that used the Delphi method to solicit input via interviews and surveys of health behavior and communication experts. The study’s purpose was to reach consensus on the definition and strategies for advancing multilevel health communication intervention research.