The ICH is pleased to announce that a number of papers have been accepted at the 3rd Biennial D.C. Health Communication Conference (DCHC, April 16-18 2015, Fairfax, VA). The title of this year's conference is "Communication Competence and Health Promotion". Link to the conference: http://chrc.gmu.edu/DCHC.html
Nanon H.M. Labrie & Peter J. Schulz. "Increasing Compliance with Mammography-Screening Recommendations among Young Women in Switzerland: Exploring the Influence of Micro-Cultural Differences on Knowledge, Attitudes, and Breast Cancer Screening Practices". [Recipient "Honorable Mention Presentation Award"]
Ramona Ludolph, Ahmed Allam, & Peter J. Schulz. "Turning availability bias to good account: Increasing the efficacy of high-quality information about vaccination by manipulating Google"
Marta Fadda, Ahmed Allam, & Peter J. Schulz. "Internet forums, anti-vaccination campaigners, and parental shifting positions on childhood immunizations"