Holley Wilkin
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Does entertainment-education work with Latinos in the United States? Identification and the effects of a telenovela breast cancer storyline
HA Wilkin, TW Valente, S Murphy, MJ Cody, G Huang, V Beck
Journal of health communication 12 (5), 455-469, 2007
You have an important message! Evaluating the effectiveness of a text message HIV/AIDS campaign in Northwest Uganda
A Chib, H Wilkin, LX Ling, B Hoefman, H Van Biejma
Journal of health communication 17 (sup1), 146-157, 2012
Reaching at risk groups: The importance of health storytelling in Los Angeles Latino media
HA Wilkin, SJ Ball-Rokeach
Journalism 7 (3), 299-320, 2006
International migrant workers’ use of mobile phones to seek social support in Singapore
A Chib, HA Wilkin, SRM Hua
Information Technologies & International Development 9 (4), pp. 19-34, 2013
Integrated connection to neighborhood storytelling network, education, and chronic disease knowledge among African Americans and Latinos in Los Angeles
YC Kim, MB Moran, HA Wilkin, SJ Ball-Rokeach
Journal of health communication 16 (4), 393-415, 2011
The role of family interaction in new immigrant Latinos' civic engagement
HA Wilkin, JBR Sandra
Journal of Communication 59 (2), 387-406, 2009
Comparing the communication ecologies of geo-ethnic communities: How people stay on top of their community
HA Wilkin, SJ Ball-Rokeach, MD Matsaganis, PH Cheong
Electronic Journal of Communication 17 (1-2), 2007
Exploring the potential of communication infrastructure theory for informing efforts to reduce health disparities
HA Wilkin
Journal of Communication 63 (1), 181-200, 2013
Vulnerabilities in mHealth implementation: a Ugandan HIV/AIDS SMS campaign
A Chib, H Wilkin, B Hoefman
Global health promotion 20 (1_suppl), 26-32, 2013
How low-income residents decide between emergency and primary health care for non-urgent treatment
HA Wilkin, EL Cohen, MA Tannebaum
Howard Journal of Communications 23 (2), 157-174, 2012
Hard-to-reach? Using health access status as a way to more effectively target segments of the Latino audience
HA Wilkin, SJ Ball-Rokeach
Health Education Research 26 (2), 239-253, 2011
Using communication infrastructure theory to formulate a strategy to locate “hard-to-reach” research participants
HA Wilkin, KA Stringer, K O'Quin, SA Montgomery, K Hunt
Journal of Applied Communication Research 39 (2), 201-213, 2011
Communicative social capital and collective efficacy as determinants of access to health-enhancing resources in residential communities
MD Matsaganis, HA Wilkin
Journal of Health Communication 20 (4), 377-386, 2015
When patients are impatient: The communication strategies utilized by emergency department employees to manage patients frustrated by wait times
EL Cohen, HA Wilkin, M Tannebaum, MS Plew, LL Haley Jr
Health communication 28 (3), 275-285, 2013
Ethnic differences in health information-seeking behavior: Methodological and applied issues
SJ Ball-Rokeach, HA Wilkin
Communication Research Reports 26 (1), 22-29, 2009
Entertainment-education programs of the BBC and BBC World Service Trust
MJ Cody, S Fernandes, H Wilkin
Entertainment-education and social change: History, research, and practice …, 2004
Applications of communication infrastructure theory
HA Wilkin, MB Moran, SJ Ball-Rokeach, C Gonzalez, YC Kim
Health communication 25 (6-7), 611-612, 2010
Diagnosing the communication infrastructure in order to reach target audiences: A study of Hispanic communities in Los Angeles
PH Cheong, HA Wilkin, SJ Ball-Rokeach
Understanding health communications technologies: A case study approach, 101-110, 2004
Diagnosing communication connections: Reaching underserved communities through existing communication ecologies.
HA Wilkin
The effects of a telenovela storyline on breast cancer knowledge and behaviors among Hispanic/Latino audiences
HA Wilkin, TW Valente, ST Murphy, MJ Cody, GC Huang, V Beck, M Alban, ...
Journal of Health Communication 12 (5), 455-469, 2007
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