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Pennsylvania State University

State College, PA

Ph.D. Advisor

 

Erina and I are currently testing clinical interventions to improve antibiotic stewardship through provider-patient communication. Together, we have worked on a CDC-funded grant that analyzed provider-parent communication during pediatric medical visits, as well as a Merck, Inc. funded project assessing provider-patient communication at a university health center.

 

I continually serve as project coordinator for Erina, managing the training of graduate and undergraduate research assistants and overseeing data collection.

 

Erina has provided invaluable professional guidance and research mentoring as I develop and further my research program.

Professor, Communication Arts and Sciences

Director, Student Health Research Initiative (SHRI)

ERINA L. MACGEORGE, Ph.D.

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Penn State Hershey College of Medicine

Hershey, PA

Ben and I are currently collaborating on projects examining the efficacy of medical scribe use in primary care settings. I served as project coordinator for Ben from Fall 2017- Summer 2018, assisting with experimental protocol development, managing scribe and research assistant training, and overseeing data collection.

Professor, Department of Pediatrics and Humanities

BENJAMIN H. LEVI, M.D., Ph.D.

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Tufts University

Melford, MA

Dave served as a post-doctoral fellow for Erina from 2017-18, during which time we collaborated on projects assessing primary care provider explanation of upper respiratory tract diagnoses and treatments, as well as provider empathy provision.

Senior Researcher, Institute for Democracy & Higher Education

DAVE L. BRINKER, Ph.D.

Penn State College of Medicine

Hershey, PA

Ben and I are currently collaborating on a study assessing provider-patient perceptions of medical scribe interventions in primary care.

Medical Director, Hope Drive Pediatric Center

BENJAMIN FOGEL, M.D.

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Pennsylvania State University

State College, PA

L.J. and I collaborated on a study examining the differential impact of empathy and fear appeal usage in health messaging on stigma.

Associate Professor, Communication

LIJIANG SHEN, Ph.D.

The Department of Communication Arts & Sciences

Pennsylvania State University

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