|Session 16: Life-Course Perspective||
Culos-Reed SN, Rejeski WJ, McAuley E, Ockene JK, Roter DL. Predictors of adherence to behavior change interventions in the elderly. Control Clin Trials. 2000;21(5 Suppl 1):S200-S205. These to papers illustrate how there are real differences in strategies for health interventions at the two ends of the age spectrum.
Sleath B, Bush PJ, Pradel FG. Communicating with children about medicines: a pharmacist's perspective. Am J Health-Syst Pharm. 2003:60-604-7.
Habermas T, de Silveira C. The development of global coherence in life narratives across adolescence: temporal, causal, and thematic aspects. Dev Psychol. 2008 May;44:707-21. This paper is very dense and not for the faint-hearted, but does a nice job of illustrating how the capability to generate meaningful narrative evolves over time.
|Sessions 17 & 18: Intra-personal Aspects of Health Behavior||Required readings
Martin JE, Dubert PM. Behavioral management strategies for improving health and fitness. J Cardiac Rehabilitation. 1984;4:200-208. This paper gives a really clear description of how conditioning is applied to behavior change interventions.
Hibbard JH, Slovic P, Peters E, Finucane ML. Strategies for reporting health plan performance information to consumers: evidence from controlled studies. HSR: Health Services Research 2002; 37:291-312. A clear paper from a strong group that demonstrates how choice can be manipulated through the mechanics of data presentation.
Fishbein M. Hall-Jamieson K, Zimmer E, von Haeften I, Nabl R. Avoiding the boomerang: testing the relative effectiveness of anti-drug public service announcements before a national campaign. AJPH 2002;92:238-245.
Fishbein M. Developing effective behavior change interventions: some lessons learned from behavioral research. In: Backer TE, David SL, Soucy G, editors. Reviewing the behavioral science knowledge base on technology transfer. NIDA monograph 155, DHHS (PHS), 1995. Fishbein pulls together the common elements of many of the accepted theories.
Hibbard JH, Slovic P, Jewett JJ. Informing consumer decisions in health care: implications from decision-making research. Milbank Q 1997;75:395-414.
|Session 19: Theories of Health Behavior Based on Interpersonal Influence||Required reading
|Session 20: Workshopping Narratives, Adapting Written Narratives to Audio Format||No Reading|
|Session 21: Models of Patient-Provider Communication||Required Reading
Roter, DL. (2006). The Patient-Physician Relationship and its Implications for Malpractice Litigation. Journal of Health Care Law & Policy, 9 (2); 304-314.
Roter, DL and Kinmounth AL. What is the evidence that increasing participation of individuals in self-management improves the processes and outcomes of care? In Williams R., Herman, W, Kinmonth AL, Wareham NJ. (Eds). The Evidence Base for Diabetes Care. Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 2002.
|Session 22: Implications of Health Literacy for Clinical Interpersonal Interactions||Required Reading
For Small Group Discussion
|Session 23: Sex and Gender||Required Reading
Stall R, Mills TC, Williamson J, Hart T, Greenwood G, Paul J, Pollack L, Binson D, Osmond D, Catania JA. Association of co-occurring psychosocial health problems and increased vulnerability to HIV/AIDS among urban men who have sex with men. Am J Public Health. 2003 Jun;93(6):939-42.
|Session 24: Midterm Quiz and Media/Gender Lab||No Reading|
|Session 25: Health education and health promotion: making change through behavioral interventions||Required Reading
Gielen, AC, McDonal EM, Gary TL, and Bone LR, Using the PRECEDE-PROCEED model to apply health behavior theories. In: Glanz K, Rimer BK, and Viswanath K. Health Behavior and Health Education. Theory, Research and Practice. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass, 2008 Pgs 407-434.
|Session 26: Program Evaluation||Required Reading
Campbell NC, Murray E, Darbyshire J, Emery J, Farmer A, Griffiths F, Guthrie B, Lester H, Wilson P, Kinmonth AL. Designing and evaluating complex interventions to improve health care. BMJ. 2007 Mar 3;334(7591):455-9.
West SG, Duan N, Pequegnat W, Gaist P, Des Jarlais DC, Holtgrave D, Szapocznik J, Fishbein M, Rapkin B, Clatts M, Mullen PD. Alternatives to the randomized controlled trial. Am J Public Health. 2008 Aug;98(8):1359-66.
|Session 27: Intervention example: making change in clinical settings||Required Reading
Nutting PA, Miller WL, Crabtree BF, Jaen CR, Stewart EE, Stange KC. Initial lessons from the first national demonstration project on practice transformation to a patient-centered medical home. Ann Fam Med 2009;7:254-60.
|Session 28: Discussion of Berkman/Glass model||No Reading|
|Session 29: Narrative readings||No Reading|
|Session 30: Final exam||No Reading|