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Agenda

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

8:30–9:00 AM On–site Registration
9:00–9:30 AM Welcome & Opening Remarks
Brad Hesse, NCI and Robert Croyle, NCI
9:30–10:00 AM Keynote Address: The Pivotal Role of Health Communication Surveillance in Cancer Control
Robin Vanderpool, University of Kentucky
10:00–10:45 AM Invited Panel: Community HINTS
Chair: Kelly Blake, NCI
Panelist 1: Tracy Onega, Dartmouth–Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center
Panelist 2: Vish Viswanath, Dana–Farber/Harvard Cancer Center
Panelist 3: Bob Hiatt, UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center
10:45–11:00 AM Break
11:00 AM–12:00 PM Oral Presentation Session #1: Using HINTS Data to Assist in Comprehensive Cancer Control Planning
Moderator: Cynthia Vinson, NCI
Presentation 1: Margaret M. Farrell, NCI – “Assessing the Use of HINTS Data to Drive Comprehensive Cancer Control Planning”
Presentation 2: Tom Tucker, Kentucky Cancer Registry – “Kentucky’s Data and Context–Driven Approach to State and Local Cancer Control”
Presentation 3: Hugh Berry, National Institute on Disability Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research – “Family Caregiving and Health”
Presentation 4: Grazyna Badowski, University of Guam – “Gender differences in health information seeking behavior: a study of Chuukese youth on Guam”
12:00–1:00 PM Lunch
1:00–1:30 PM Keynote Address: Empowering Consumers with Online Health Information
Vaishali Patel, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology
1:30–2:30 PM Oral Presentation Session #2: Information and Communication Technology
Moderator: David Ahern, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Presentation 1: Melinda Krakow, NCI – “Rural–Urban Differences in Health IT
Use: Initial Findings from the Health Information National Trends Survey”
Presentation 2: Kelly Shaffer, University of Virginia School of Medicine – “Informal Caregivers’ Use of Internet–Based Health Resources and Differences by Caregivers’ Characteristics, Health, and Caregiving Burden: An Analysis of the Health Information National Trends Survey 5 Cycle 1”
Presentation 3: Chelsea L. Ratcliff, University of Utah – “Digital Patient Engagement in the Precision Medicine Era: A Framework and Baseline Assessment”
Presentation 4: Lisa A. Moon, University of Minnesota – “Health Data Sharing Preference of Consumers: Legal and Public Policy Implications for Consumer–mediated Data Management”
2:30–3:30 PM Oral Presentation Session #3: HINTS–FDA
Moderator: David Portnoy, FDA Center for Tobacco Products
Presentation 1: Melanie Sabado–Liwag, California State University Los Angeles – “Perceived credibility and qualifications of the Food and Drug Administration”
Presentation 2: Archana Krishnan, State University of New York at Albany – “Association between e–cigarette information–seeking behavior and beliefs about cigarettes”
Presentation 3: Eric W. Ford, The University of Alabama at Birmingham – “E–cigarette and hookah adoption patterns: Is the harm reduction theory just so much smoke?”
Presentation 4: Minal Patel, Truth Initiative – “Understanding urban/rural differences among U.S. Adults’ tobacco use and related addiction and harm beliefs”
3:30–4:00 PM Poster Set–up & Networking Break
4:00–5:00 PM Data Blitz: Rapid Fire HINTS Research Results
Moderator: Gordon Willis, NCI
Presentation 1: Michael S. Amato, Truth Initiative – “One third of smokers look online for smoking cessation help: HINTS data 2005–2017”
Presentation 2: Prema Bhattacharjee, NCI – “Factors associated with a woman’s decision to receive a mammogram based on perception of Medical Imaging Radiation (MIR): Results from Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS)”
Presentation 3: Jennifer M. Bowers, Stony Brook University – “Indoor Tanning, Sun–screen Use, Cancer Worry and Risk in 18–34–year–old Americans: Trend Analysis of HINTS 2007–2017”
Presentation 4: Chan L. Thai, Santa Clara University – “Associations between perceptions about the clarity of information about food and dietary behaviors”
Presentation 5: Christian E. Johnson, The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology – “Variation in Use of Health Apps and Electronic Monitoring Devices”
Presentation 6: Y. Alicia Hong, Texas A&M University – “How do cancer survivors communicate with doctors online in the past 15 years?”
Presentation 7: Lea Martin, UPMC Health Plan – “Predicting Smartphone or Tablet Facilitated Health Goal Achievement”
Presentation 8: Nicolle Simonovic, Kent State University – “Aversion to Conflicting Medical Opinions: Associations with Behavior, Cognitions, and Affect”
5:00–6:00 PM Poster Session

Thursday, May 23, 2019

8:00–8:30 AM On–site Registration
8:30–9:00 AM Welcome & Opening Remarks: Day Two
Rick Moser, NCI and William Klein, NCI
9:00–9:30 AM Keynote Address: HINTS and Behavioral Medicine: Gems and Hidden Treasures
Michael A. Diefenbach, Northwell Health, President of the Society of Behavioral Medicine
9:30–10:30 AM Oral Presentation Session #4: Disparities and Communication Inequality
Moderator: Lila J. Rutten, Mayo Clinic
Presentation 1: Poorna Kushalnagar, Gallaudet University – “Health Information National Trends Survey in American Sign Language (HINTS–ASL): Cultural Adaptation and Linguistic Validation of a National Survey”
Presentation 2: Christopher W. Wheldon, NCI – “Trust in health information sources among underserved and vulnerable populations in the U.S”
Presentation 3: Kayoll V. Galbraith–Gyan, Harvard University – “Racial and ethnic differences in HPV awareness, knowledge and communication preferences”
Presentation 4: Kimberly Arellano Carmona, University of California Merced – ”Information inequality and cancer disparities: Examining patient–provider discussions about participation in clinical trials among cancer survivors”
10:30–10:45 AM Break
10:45–11:30 AM Invited Panel: HINTS in a Global Context
Chair: Sylvia Chou, NCI
Panelist 1: Guoming Yu and Ya Yang, Beijing Normal University
Panelist 2: Eva Baumann, Magdalena Rosset, and Fabian Czerwinski, Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media
Panelist 3: Taichi Shimazu, National Cancer Center Japan
11:30 AM–12:30 PM Lunch
12:30–1:30 PM Invited Panel: Precision Public Health: Using Innovative Data & Methods to Inform Cancer Control
Chair: Rick Moser, NCI
Panelist 1: Elise Rice, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research
Panelist 2: Jamie Studts, University of Kentucky
1:30–2:30 PM Oral Presentation Session #5: Novel applications of HINTS data
Moderator: Donna Rivera, NCI
Presentation 1: David Cantor, Westat – “A Nonresponse Bias Analysis of the Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS)”
Presentation 2: Andrew Caporaso, Westat – “Web probing for HINTS pretesting – how do findings compare to cognitive interviews?”
Presentation 3: Kelly J. Martin, ICF – “Weighting nonprobability survey data: com–paring cancer center catchment area data from nonprobability sampling designs with national HINTS estimates”
2:30–3:00 PM Recognition & Closing Remarks
Kelly Blake, NCI
3:00 PM Meeting Adjourned

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