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1. Framing Science: Communicating Biomedical Results to Nonscientific Audiences Hesse, B.W. Sixth Annual Early Environmental Exposures Meeting November, 2009
2. Meaningful Use of Health I.T.: Implications for the Population Science Special Interest Group. Hesse, B.W. Meaningful Use of Health I.T.: Implications for the Population Science Special Interest Group. November, 2009
3. Planning and Monitoring Population Based Systems Hesse, B. W., Finney, L. F., Moser, R. P., Beckjord, E. B., and Davis, K. L. 3rd International Cancer Control Congress November, 2009
4. Accelerating Success Against Cancer: Extending the Reach, Effectiveness, and Efficiency of Cancer Communications Hesse, B.W. 8th Annual Symposium on Cancer Control. October, 2009
5. Envisioning the Future of Cancer Data: The Role of Communication. Hesse, B.W. Surveillance Research Program’s national visioning meeting October, 2009
6. Human Factors and Healthcare Reform Hesse, B.W. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society October, 2009
7. Partners and Progress: Collaborating to Inform Science, Policy, and Practice Hesse, B.W. 3rd Biennial Data Users Meeting for the Health Information National Trends Survey. September, 2009
8. Transforming Cancer Control: Using Cyberinfrastructure to Support Population Science in Cancer. Hesse, B.W. 3rd annual meeting of the NCRI and NCI Informatics initiatives. September September, 2009
9. Coordinating Systems to Accelerate Successes Against Cancer Hesse, B.W. 69th meeting of the Committee on Human-Systems Integration, The National Academies August, 2009
10. Bridging the Gap Between Evidence and Practice in a Coordinated Program to Reduce Disease Burden Hesse, B.W., O’Connell, M., & Moser, R.P. 3rd Annual National Conference on Health Communication and Health Marketing. August, 2009
11. The Science Emerging from NCI’s Centers of Excellence in Cancer Communication Research. Hesse, B.W. annual retreat of the Office of Communication and Education June, 2009
12. A Cancer Communication and Informatics Agenda for the 21st Centur Hesse, B.W. Grand Rounds presentation, Mt. Sinai Medical Center. May, 2009
13. The Role of Behavior in Resolving the Crisis in Health Care Hesse, B.W. annual meeting of the HMO Research Network, CRN CECCRS meeting April, 2009
14. How Can We Opt In to the Media Discussions on Health? Hesse, B.W. 30th annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine April, 2009
15. Cyberinfrastructure and Patient-Centered Care. Hesse, B.W. 30th annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine. April, 2009
16. Health Communication & Informatics: Putting the Communication Revolution to Work in (e)Health Care Reform. Hesse, B.W. Grand Rounds, Columbia School of Informatics; Columbia University March, 2009
17. Big Data or Big Brother: Confidentiality, Privacy, and IRB Issues Hesse, B.W. annual GEI Grantee Meeting January, 2009
18. Harnessing the Potential of Cyber-Infrastructure for Team Science Hesse, B.W. NIDA-Sponsored Grantee Meeting, conference titled “Division of Epidemiology, Services, and Prevention Research Crossroads: Sharing Social Environment and Genetic Data December, 2008
19. Cancer: Saving Lives Now through Communication Science Hesse, B.W. 94th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association November, 2008
20. DCCPS and Grid-Enabled Science Hesse, B.W. Fourth Annual Meeting of the Population Sciences Special Interest Group: caBIG November, 2008
21. Frontiers in Communication Science Hesse, B.W. Seventh Annual AACR International Conference on Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research November, 2008
22. The Relevance of SBIRs to Behavioral Sciences Research Hesse, B.W. fifth NCI-sponsored SBIR showcase titled: Linking eHealth Science and Business. October, 2008
23. Cyberinfrastructure for Health Hesse, B.W. annual conference titled “The Future of Health Technology,” Renata Bushko, organizer September, 2008
24. Harnessing the Power of an Intelligent Health Information Environment in Cancer Control. Hesse, B.W. Annual presentation given to the Cancer Prevention Fellowship July, 2008
25. Centers of Excellence in Cancer Communication Research Hesse, B.W. Opening plenary and introduction to the NCI-ACS co-sponsored conference on CECCR science April, 2008
26. From Gutenberg to Google: Health Communication in a World Gone Flat. Hesse, B.W. Invited talk given to the faculty and students of the Dana Farber Cancer Institute April, 2008
27. Accelerating Successes against Cancer: The Role of Communication Hesse, B.W. annual retreat of the Office of Communication and Education April, 2008
28. Behavior Matters in Cancer Control. Hesse, B.W. American Cancer Society April, 2008
29. Cancer Communication: Status and Future Directions Hesse, B.W. Cancer-SIG sponsored pre-conference symposium on Health Communication and Cancer. March, 2008
30. Creating a Behavioral Measures Database to Support Team Science Hesse, B.W. NCI-hosted advisory meeting February, 2008
31. Exploring the Use of Cyberinfrastructure in Behavioral Medicine Hesse, B.W. NCI-sponsored conference on Cyberinfrastructure January, 2008
32. Breast Cancer Risk Perceptions, Self-Efficacy, and the “Activated Patient:” A Population-Level Analysis of the Risk Perception Attitude Framework. Beckjord, E.B., Rutten, L.J., Hesse, B.W. Arora, N.K. American Association for Cancer Research, Frontiers in Cancer Prevention December, 2007
33. Marshalling the Power of Consumer Health Technologies Hesse, B.W. Informatics in Action December, 2007
34. Health Communication and Informatics: Research and Practice as the World Goes Flat Hesse, B.W., Beckjord, E.B., Finney Rutten, L.J., Moser, R.P. 2nd International Cancer Control Congress November, 2007
35. Gathering an Evidence Base for Health Communication and Informatics. Finney Rutten, L.J., Hesse, B.W., Beckjord, E.B., Moser, R.P 2nd International Cancer Control Congress November, 2007
36. Emerging Themes in Technology and Urban Health: The Role of Populomics Hesse, B.W. 2nd International Cancer Control Congress November, 2007
37. The Health Information National Trends Survey Hesse, B.W. eCDC seminar presented in-person and through videocast October, 2007
38. Navigating the Future of Cancer Control. Hesse, B.W. CDC’s Cancer Conference August, 2007
39. Computerized Tailored Interventions: Addressing Issues of Dissemination Hesse, B.W. CTI Workshop, Rhode Island July, 2007
40. Harnessing the Power of an Intelligent Health Environment Hesse, B.W. Summer Curriculum presentation for the NCI Cancer Prevention Fellowship July, 2007
41. Enhancing Consumer Involvement in Health Care Hesse, B.W. Columbia Schools of Medicine and Journalism June, 2007
42. The Health Information National Trends Survey: Progress, Plans, and Potential. Hesse, B.W., Finney Rutten, L.J. Cancer Information Service June, 2007
43. A Cancer Communication and Informatics Agenda for the 21st Century Hesse, B.W. University of Wisconsin Medical School Grand Rounds, May, 2007
44. Building from the Baseline Hesse, B.W. 2nd biennial HINTS Data Users Conference May, 2007
45. Public understanding of cancer prevention, detection, and survival/cure: Comparison with state-of-science evidence for colon, skin, and lung Cancer Finney Rutten, L.J., Hesse, B.W., Moser, R.P., McCaul, K., Rothman, A.J. Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS) Data Users Conference May, 2007
46. A growing disconnect between the public’s actual and preferred source of cancer information. Volckmann, L. Finney Rutten, L.J., Hesse, B.W., Beckjord, E., Moser, R.P. Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS) Data Users Conference May, 2007
47. Nutrition-related cancer prevention attitudes and behavioral intentions: Testing the Risk Perception Attitude Framework Sullivan, H.W., Beckjord, E.B., Finney Rutten, L.J., & Hesse, B.W. Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS) Data Users Conference May, 2007
48. Public understanding of cancer prevention, detection, and survival/cure: Comparison with state-of-science evidence for colon, skin, and lung Cancer. Finney Rutten, L.J., Hesse, B.W., Moser, R.P., McCaul, K., Rothman, A.J. Society of Behavioral Medicine's 28th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions March, 2007
49. Envisioning a “Population Grid” in Cancer Prevention Hesse, B.W. annual conference of the American Society of Preventive Oncology January, 2007
50. Nutrition-related cancer prevention attitudes and behavioral intentions: Testing the Risk Perception Attitude Framework Sullivan, H.W., Beckjord, E.B., Finney Rutten, L.J., & Hesse, B.W annual conference of the American Society of Preventive Oncology January, 2007
51. Using behavioral data to inform cancer communication Hesse, B.W. ACS, Atlanta January, 2007
52. Surveillance of Cancer Prevention and Communication Constructs in the General U.S. Population. Hesse, B. W., Rutten, L. J. F., Beckjord, E. I., Moser, R. P. 2006 International Cancer and Tobacco Control Conference July, 2006
53. Measuring Exposure in a Networked Society Hesse, B. W., Finney, L. 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association: Dresden, Germany June, 2006
54. Awash in information: The importance of the Cancer Information Service. Hesse, B. W Annual meeting of the Cancer Information Service: Washington DC March, 2006
55. Using Email To Communicate With Health Care Professionals: Evidence from the Health Information National Trends Survey Volckmann, L. Finney Rutten, L.J., Hesse, B.W., Beckjord, E., Moser, R.P. Critical Issues in eHealth Research 2006 January, 2006
56. Panel Chair and Presenter: Health Messaging and Communication Hesse, B. W Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research, American Association for Cancer Research: Baltimore November, 2005
57. Opportunities for Informatics Research in Cancer Control and Population Science. Hesse, B. W American Medical Informatics Association: Washington, DC. October, 2005
58. Providing Patient-Centered Support in an Information Age Hesse, B. W International Conference on Patient-Provider Communication: Chicago, IL October, 2005
59. Keynote Address: An Extraordinary Opportunity for Health Communication Research: Hints from HINTS Hesse, B. W Quarterly meeting of the Virginia State Cancer Coalition: Charlottesville, VA September, 2005
60. Creating a National Evidence Base for Health Disparities Planning and Research. Communication. Hesse, B. W., Croyle, R.T., Kerner, J. Community Networks Cancer Health Disparities Summit: Rockville, MD. July, 2005
61. Cyberinfrastructure for Health: Conceptual & Practical Challenges. Hesse, B.W. Digital Government Conference, co-sponsored by the National Science Foundation and IEEE: Buckhead, GA May, 2005
62. Creating a National Evidence Base for Health Communication & Informatics. Hesse, B.W. HINTS Data Users Conference: St. Pete’s Beach, FL January, 2005
63. An Extraordinary Opportunity for Health Education Research Clayman, M. L., Viswanath, K., Hesse, B. W. , Arora, N. 132nd annual meeting of the American Public Health Association: Washington, DC. November, 2004
64. Public's Use of Media: Impact on Health Decisions and Outcomes. Clayman, M. L., Viswanath, K., Hesse, B. W. , Arora, N. 132nd annual meeting of the American Public Health Association: Washington, DC. November, 2004
65. Surveying the Future of Health Communication Hesse, B Ninth Annual Future of Health Technology Conference: Boston, MA. October, 2004
66. Mass Media and the Cultivation of Risk Perceptions, Helplessness and Behavioral Uncertainty in Cancer Risk Randolph, W.M., Hesse, B., Viswanath, K., Farber, D. 2004 annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine: Baltimore, MD. March, 2004
67. Public health Web site evaluation and strategic planning: A CDC case study. Robinson, S., Shaikh, A., Hesse, B. 131st annual meeting of the American Public Health Association (November 15-19, 2003): San Francisco, CA November, 2003
68. Factors associated with health care providers' compliance with requests for medical records. Koenig, T., Hesse, B., Kruger, H., & Covell, J. 131st annual meeting of the American Public Health Association (November 15-19, 2003): San Francisco, CA November, 2003
69. Refining NBCCEDP’s Use of the Web to Support Communication. Hesse, B. W. annual project directors’ meeting of the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program: Atlanta, GA June, 2003
70. Simulating Social Security disability decisions Hesse, B. W. Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association: Chicago, IL November, 1999
71. Applying lessons from national program evaluation to improving outcomes for technology-based projects in education Hesse, B. W. School Tech Exposition and Conference: New York, NY. April, 1998
72. Year III update on the status of O*NET Hesse, B. W. Annual Meeting of the Association of Computer-Based Systems for Career Information: Daytona Beach, FL. January, 1997
73. Skills for the information age: The Department of Labor’s O*NET project. Hesse, B. W. Sixth National Career Development Association Conference: Daytona Beach, FL January, 1997
74. O*NET: The Occupational Information Network Hesse, B., Arcilla, M., and Rose, A Summer Data Conference of the National Center for Education Statistics: Washington, DC. July, 1996
75. Year II update on the status of O*NET. Hesse, B., Arcilla, M., and Rose, A Annual Meeting of the Association of Computer-Based Systems for Career Information: San Francisco, CA. March, 1996
76. Project PASS: An expert system for transition Hesse, B.W. Training Symposium of the Rehabilitation Technology Association: Washington, DC April, 1995
77. Reinvention of the Dictionary of Occupational Titles Peterson, N., Rose, A., and Hesse, B.W. Career Information Delivery Systems Technical Workshop: Orlando, FL March, 1995
78. Providing access through usability: Representing the needs of persons with disabilities. Hesse, B., Brightman, A., Sajka, J., Weisgerber, R., and Bergman, E. Third Annual Conference of Usability Professionals: San Jose, CA July, 1994
79. Project PASS: Results of the administrative feasibility study and demonstration of expert system. Campeau, P.L., and Hesse, B.W. Eighth Annual Conference on the Management of Federal and State Data Systems: Washington, DC. March, 1994
80. Flexiplace: Program development and objectives Hesse, B.W. Workers Compensation Coordinating Committee, Air Force Headquarters for Morale, Welfare, Recreation, and Services: San Antonio, TX January, 1994
81. Tailoring data collection methodologies to meet the research and business objectives of usability practitioners Hesse, B.W. Second Annual Conference of Usability Professionals: Redmond, WA July, 1993
82. The status of usability testing from the perspective of an independent consultant. Hesse, B.W. First Annual Conference of Usability Professionals: Orem, UT. August, 1992
83. Representing knowledge base diversity in an expert system designed to anticipate service needs for students with disabilities Campeau, P.L., and Hesse, B.W. Artificial Intelligence and Education SIG, American Educational Research Association: San Francisco, CA. April, 1992
84. Social structure enhancement and transformation in a scientific electronic community. Hesse, B.W., and Kiesler, S. American Psychological Association: August, 1991
85. The design of an expert system to predict adult service needs from exiting student data Campeau, P., and Hesse, B.W. Fifth Annual Conference on the Management of Federal/State Data Systems: Washington, DC. March, 1991
86. Mitigating circumstance information and aggression: The case of computer-mediated communication. Hesse, B.W., and Turner, C.W Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association: New Orleans, LA. August, 1989
87. Temporal aspects of computer-mediated communication. Hesse, B.W., Werner, C., and Altman, I. 96th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association: Atlanta, GA August, 1988



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