Ms. Natalie Rangelov and team won the best poster award at the European Social Marketing Conference in Espoo Finland. Kudos to all the authors and thanks to the research participants, stakeholders, and funders for allowing this work to happen. Rangelov N., Della Bella S., Marques-Vidal P., Suggs L.S (2016). The effect of a Social Marketing[…]
Since the USI Press and local media ran the stories, some people from the community and beyond have been asking me and some of my team members if it is Prof. Suzanne Suggs who is the USI Communication professor that is under investigation for plagiarism. Answer: No, it is not Prof. Suggs.
Says report calling for more effective Health Communication. Communicating Complex Health Messages (CCHM) was pinpointed as an area of research by WISH at a timely and crucial crossroads in health care and communication – the rate at which we can access and spread information is increasing, our trust in sources is decreasing, competing views are[…]
The Health 4 You m-health research project, a collaboration with University Nottingham, African Institute for Social Development and the BeChange research group, is highlighted on the cover and inside the Nottingham Mojatu Issue MO13 (see page 4).
In a recent piece published in JAMA by Pagoto & Appelhans, the authors stress the importance of investing in health behavior change and adherence interventions. They report that far too much money is invested in examining what is the ideal diet for weight loss and weight management that are not helping solve the problem of[…]
A paper by Prof. Suzanne Suggs, Dr. Emil Coman and Prof. Carolyn Lin entitled “Changes in youth intent to use substances achieved by dynamic coupling: dynamic growth modeling of community-based interventions,” has been selected for the ICA 2013 conference “Challenging Communication Research.” This paper is one of about 36% of those accepted for this years[…]
Prof. L. Suzanne Suggs is in Gastein (Austria) at the European Health Forum. She presented her ideas about social marketing, ICT and HPV vaccination in the workshop #6 on Vaccines, titled “Innovative approaches in improving trust and uptake in vaccination“. On the same topic, Prof. Suggs was also recently interviewed by Gary Finnegan (Editor of[…]