Research on Radon Testing and Mitigation

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Kaitlin Phelps New York City June 25, 2020 03:56 PM
Hello! I am looking for research or successful programs related to motivating radon testing and mitigation actions. Thank you!

Emerging from COVID-19 lockdown

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Julie Cook Kitchener June 05, 2020 12:59 AM
So many of us are thinking right now about how the world will transition out of COVID-19 lockdown. This blog post from Griffith University features Professor Jeff French, who is t…

Education, Marketing & Law - Stopping the Spread of COVID-19

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Julie Cook Kitchener May 29, 2020 03:06 AM
Here's a brief but interesting summary from Griffith University (originally written by Michael Rothschild) of three common approaches to social change: education, marketing and la…

SMANA’s Compilation of COVID-19 Resources

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Liz Foote Maui May 20, 2020 01:15 AM
The Social Marketing Association of North America (SMANA) is curating resources on social marketing and COVID-19 and has created a list in the form of a google sheet. It has a ton…

The feasibility of a body image and implementation intentions intervention to prevent skin cancer among adolescent and young adult lifeguards (Doctoral dissertation).

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Yancey, J.P., (2014). The feasibility of a body image and implementation intentions intervention to prevent skin cancer among adolescent and young adult lifeguards (Doctoral dissertation). Available from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 3643091)
This dissertation evaluates the feasibility of two approaches of promoting skin cancer prevention programs in the adolescent and young adult athlete and lifeguard populations. The…

Child sun protection: Sun-related attitudes mediate the association between children’s knowledge and behaviours.

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Wright, C., Reeder, A.I., Gray, A., & Cox, B., (2008). Child sun protection: Sun-related attitudes mediate the association between children’s knowledge and behaviours. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 44, 692-698.
Aim: To describe and investigate the relationship among the sun-related knowledge, attitudes and behaviours of New Zealand primary schoolchildren and consider the roles of sex and…

Australian adolescents’ compliance with sun protection behaviours during summer: The importance of the school context.

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Williams, M., Jones, S.C., Caputi, P., & Iverson, D. (2011). Australian adolescents’ compliance with sun protection behaviours during summer: The importance of the school context. Health Promotion International, 27(1), 15-19.
Adolescents exhibit significantly lower sun protection behaviours than adults in Australia. While many studies have assessed the sun protection behaviours of adolescents during su…

Translation of a ski school sun safety program to North American ski and snowboard schools.

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Walkosz, B.J., Buller, D.B., Andersen, P.A., Scott, M.D., Liu, X., Cutter, G.R., & Dignan, M.B., (2015). Translation of a ski school sun safety program to North American ski and snowboard schools. Health Promotion Practice, 16(4), 560-570.
Health promotion programs that develop and implement strategies to promote sun safety practices to children have the potential to reduce skin cancer occurrence later in life. Go S…

Dissemination of go sun smart in outdoor recreation: Effect of program exposure on sun protection of guests at high-altitude ski areas.

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Walkosz, B.J., Buller, D.B., Andersen, P.A., Scott, M.D., Dignan, M.B., Cutter, G.R. Liu, X., & Maloy, J.A. (2014). Dissemination of go sun smart in outdoor recreation: Effect of program exposure on sun protection of guests at high-altitude ski areas. Journal of Health Communication, 19, 999-1016.
Go Sun Smart is a theory-based health communication program designed to influence sun-protection behaviors of employees and guests at high-altitude ski areas to reduce skin cancer…

Long-term increase in sunscreen use in an Australian community after a skin cancer prevention trial.

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van der Pols, J.C., Williams, G.M., Neale, R.E., Clavarino, A., & Green, A.C. (2006). Long-term increase in sunscreen use in an Australian community after a skin cancer prevention trial. Preventive Medicine, 42, 171-176.
Background. Given the public health burden of skin cancer in white populations, an increase in sun protective behavior is needed. In a high- risk community, we assessed long-term …

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