Courtney Lynam Scherr
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The health belief model as an explanatory framework in communication research: exploring parallel, serial, and moderated mediation
CL Jones, JD Jensen, CL Scherr, NR Brown, K Christy, J Weaver
Health communication 30 (6), 566-576, 2015
What is it so stressful about caring for a dying patient? A qualitative study of nurses’ experiences
JL Peterson, MA Johnson, B Halvorsen, L Apmann, PC Chang, S Kershek, ...
International Journal of Palliative Nursing 16 (4), 181-187, 2010
Where do nurses go for help? A qualitative study of coping with death and dying
JL Peterson, MA Johnson, B Halvorsen, L Apmann, PC Chang, S Kershek, ...
International journal of palliative nursing 16 (9), 432-438, 2010
The cancer information overload (CIO) scale: Establishing predictive and discriminant validity
JD Jensen, N Carcioppolo, AJ King, CL Scherr, CL Jones, J Niederdeppe
Patient education and counseling 94 (1), 90-96, 2014
Pre‐test genetic counseling services for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer delivered by non‐genetics professionals in the state of Florida
ST Vadaparampil, CL Scherr, D Cragun, TL Malo, T Pal
Clinical genetics 87 (5), 473-477, 2015
Communicating uncertain science to the public: How amount and source of uncertainty impact fatalism, backlash, and overload
JD Jensen, M Pokharel, CL Scherr, AJ King, N Brown, C Jones
Risk Analysis 37 (1), 40-51, 2017
Public estimates of cancer frequency: cancer incidence perceptions mirror distorted media depictions
JD Jensen, CL Scherr, N Brown, C Jones, K Christy, RJ Hurley
Journal of health communication 19 (5), 609-624, 2014
“When information is not enough”: A model for understanding BRCA-positive previvors’ information needs regarding hereditary breast and ovarian cancer risk
M Dean, CL Scherr, M Clements, R Koruo, J Martinez, A Ross
Patient education and counseling 100 (9), 1738-1743, 2017
Breast cancer survivors' knowledge of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer following genetic counseling: an exploration of general and survivor-specific knowledge items
CL Scherr, J Christie, ST Vadaparampil
Public health genomics 19 (1), 1-10, 2016
Is the classroom experience enough? Nurses’ feelings about their death and dying education
JL Peterson, MA Johnson, C Scherr, B Halvorsen
Journal of Communication in Healthcare 6 (2), 100-105, 2013
Genetic counselors' practices and confidence regarding variant of uncertain significance results and reclassification from BRCA testing
CL Scherr, NM Lindor, TL Malo, FJ Couch, ST Vadaparampil
Clinical genetics 88 (6), 523-529, 2015
Persuasive impact of loss and gain frames on intentions to exercise: A test of six moderators
JD Jensen, CL Ratcliff, RN Yale, M Krakow, CL Scherr, SK Yeo
Communication Monographs 85 (2), 245-262, 2018
Dispositional pandemic worry and the health belief model: promoting vaccination during pandemic events
CL Scherr, JD Jensen, K Christy
Journal of Public Health 39 (4), e242-e250, 2017
A preliminary investigation of genetic counselors’ information needs when receiving a variant of uncertain significance result: a mixed methods study
CL Scherr, NM Lindor, TL Malo, FJ Couch, ST Vadaparampil
Genetics in Medicine 17 (9), 739-746, 2015
A review of African Americans’ beliefs and attitudes about genomic studies: opportunities for message design
CL Scherr, S Ramesh, C Marshall-Fricker, MA Perera
Frontiers in genetics 10, 548, 2019
Evolution of hereditary breast cancer genetic services: are changes reflected in the knowledge and clinical practices of Florida providers?
D Cragun, C Scherr, L Camperlengo, ST Vadaparampil, T Pal
Genetic testing and molecular biomarkers 20 (10), 569-578, 2016
Provider-reported acceptance and use of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention messages and materials to support HPV vaccine recommendation for adolescent males
CL Scherr, B Augusto, K Ali, TL Malo, ST Vadaparampil
Vaccine 34 (35), 4229-4234, 2016
Loss/gain framing, dose, and reactance: A message experiment
CL Ratcliff, JD Jensen, CL Scherr, M Krakow, K Crossley
Risk Analysis 39 (12), 2640-2652, 2019
Genetic counseling for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer among Puerto Rican women living in the United States
C L Scherr, E Vasquez, G P Quinn, S T Vadaparampil
Reviews on recent clinical trials 9 (4), 245-253, 2014
What people want to know about their genes: a critical review of the literature on large-scale genome sequencing studies
CL Scherr, S Aufox, AA Ross, S Ramesh, CA Wicklund, M Smith
Healthcare 6 (3), 96, 2018
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