Effective Telemedicine Delivery During the COVID19 Pandemic
Secure messaging, online communication between patients and clinicians within the electronic health record, soared almost 50% from pre-COVID-19 to the present. This research explored how to communicate effectively as telemedicine becomes standard.
Overcoming Obstacles in Family Discussions About Health Care
Effective communication between healthcare workers and patients is critical to shaping risk-reducing practices and coping with rigorous treatment for life-threatening diseases. But communication between family members can be as important in dealing with medical issues.
Strategies to Overcome Misinformation and Instill Confidence in Vaccines
CJC scholars and Centers explore misinformation and vaccine hesitancy, how AI-base recommendation engines can reinforce vaccine misinformation, and strategies to increase the publics’ confidence in COVID-19 vaccines.
How Do Partisans Consume News on Social Media?
Are media choices based on political ideology? Do such choices for news media align to the user’s political leanings, or does news consumption overlap in a bipartisan fashion? Most importantly, is there a significant difference between liberals and conservatives in their tendency to be selective with regards to news media consumption?