Health Communication Research Laboratory
Helps communities track their greatest needs
COVID-19 outreach to Black youth and young adults
Examines beliefs and understanding of family-based risk among African-American women
Comparing basic needs navigation and usual care for individuals with Type 2 diabetes
How to spread the word about the Affordable Care Act in low-income populations
Targeted messages promote smoking cessation among construction trade workers
Reaching high-risk populations through existing systems
Connects women to mammography services
Enables community partners to create customized health materials
Improves data visualization of cancer registry data
Food stamp offices promote the Missouri Tobacco Quitline
How can canvassing efforts be used to provide factual information about COVID-19 and increase vaccine confidence?
Characteristics of diabetes-related health news stories in Black and general-population newspapers
Characteristics of genetics-related health news stories in Black newspapers
Delivers good news about health through Black newspapers
What questions and concerns about COVID-19 testing and vaccination are expressed by underserved Americans calling 2-1-1?
How has COVID impacted the lives of adult African Americans in St. Louis, Missouri?
Testing expanding standard cessation services to include smoke-free homes interventions
Testing two approaches to help low-income smokers quit: a specialized quitline and assistance with basic needs
Impact of narratives on cancer patients’ quality of life and follow-up care
What is the COVID-19 vaccination rate among low-income homebound seniors in St. Louis City?