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    CHCR staff highlighted in the UM HBHE Alumni newsletter (06/11/2014)

    Staff members Shannon Considine-Dunn, Sarah Pennewell, and Holly Derry were featured in the alumni newsletter for the University of Michigan's Health Behavior and Health Education program at the School of Public Health. You can read the full story here.

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    Visualizing Health website featured in Forbes (06/03/2014)

    Visualizing Health, a project designed to promote new ways of communicating health information to the public, was featured in a recent Forbes article about how infographics are changing the health experience for consumers. Learn more about Visualizing Health by visiting the website at www.vizhealth.org.

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    Mobile Dad app developed by Shawna Lee and CHCR featured on Today website (03/25/2014)

    Dr. Shawna Lee, an assistant professor of social work at the University of Michigan, worked with the US Air Force and Kansas State University to develop the Mobile Dad iPhone application. The app helps military fathers stay engaged with their children while stationed away from home.  Her work was recently featured on the website of...

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    Puff City wins AHA NOVA Award (10/01/2012)

    Puff City, the award-winning asthma management program for teens, was recognized again as an American Hospital Association NOVA Award winner in July 2012. PI Christine Joseph, PhD MPH, continues to expand the reach of this program to schools, health systems and hospitals.

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    CHCR wins FREDDIE Award for Puff City project (10/13/2008)

    CHCR, in collaboration with Henry Ford Health System, was awarded a FREDDIE Award in the category of Inflammatory Diseases for Puff City, an animated, multi-session, tailored, Web-based program designed to improve the health of urban minority teenagers with asthma, thereby reducing the racial disparities in asthma morbidity and mortality. learn more... The pre-eminent International Health & Medical Media...

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    Puff City - FREDDIE Finalist (Allergies & Asthma) (10/10/2008)

    The preeminent International Health & Medical Media Awards, known as the FREDDIE Awards, celebrates it's 34th annual competition to encourage and recognize excellence in health-related documentaries, series, shorts, videos, Websites, DVDs and CD-ROMs from around the world. Puff City description Puff City teaser (30 sec) Puff City overview (15 min) The...

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    Health 'o' Vision - 1st Place Popular Vote (11/30/2004)

    The premier competition and leading opportunity for developers and vendors of interactive health communication applications (e.g., health Web sites, health-related CD-ROMs/DVDs) to gain valuable feedback on and recognition for their innovative programs. The Michigan Interactive Health Kiosk Demonstration Project, developed by the University of Michigan Center for Health Communications Research with...

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    Health 'o' Vision CD Vol. 1 - Laureate Finalist Medal (11/30/2004)

    "...brings together the Chairmen or Chief Executive Officers of the world's foremost information technology companies with the world's leading universities, libraries and research institutions to document a revolution in progress: the global information technology revolution. Established in 1988, the Honors Program is dedicated to identifying the men and women, organizations...

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    Better Health - Laureate Finalist Medal (11/30/2004)

    "...brings together the Chairmen or Chief Executive Officers of the world's foremost information technology companies with the world's leading universities, libraries and research institutions to document a revolution in progress: the global information technology revolution. Established in 1988, the Honors Program is dedicated to identifying the men and women, organizations...

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    Tips for Teens - Laureate Finalist Medal (11/30/2004)

    "...brings together the Chairmen or Chief Executive Officers of the world's foremost information technology companies with the world's leading universities, libraries and research institutions to document a revolution in progress: the global information technology revolution. Established in 1988, the Honors Program is dedicated to identifying the men and women, organizations...

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    Health 'o' Vision - Outstanding Quality (11/30/2004)

    The premier competition and leading opportunity for developers and vendors of interactive health communication applications (e.g., health Web sites, health-related CD-ROMs/DVDs) to gain valuable feedback on and recognition for their innovative programs. The Michigan Interactive Health Kiosk Demonstration Project, developed by the University of Michigan Center for Health Communications Research with...

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    CHAT - Ehrenreich Prize (06/01/2004)

    The mission of the Pacific Center for Health Policy and Ethics at the University of Southern California Law School is to enhance the quality of the healthcare system by focusing attention on the ethical dimensions of health care, biomedical research, and medical education. The Mark S. Ehrenreich Prize for...

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    CHAT - Ellwood Award (06/01/2004)

    The Foundation For Accountability (FACCT), was a national non-profit organization working to improve health care for Americans by advocating for an accountable and accessible system where consumers are partners in their care and help shape the delivery of care. The Foundation was created in 1995 to  bring a fresh emphasis on...