Donald W. Helme, Ph.D.

2000 University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 
Speech Communication
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Nancy G. Harrington grad student 2000 University of Kentucky
 (Patient accounts of noncompliance.)
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Wombacher K, Harrington NG, Scott AM, et al. (2018) Communication apprehension mediates the effects of past experience discussing substance use on child and adolescent psychiatrists' self-efficacy. Patient Education and Counseling
Record RA, Harrington NG, Helme DW, et al. (2018) Using the Theory of Planned Behavior to Guide Focus Group Development of Messages Aimed at Increasing Compliance With a Tobacco-Free Policy. American Journal of Health Promotion : Ajhp. 32: 143-152
Pockey JR, Song EY, Sutfin EL, et al. (2012) The need for tobacco cessation in a free clinic population. Addictive Behaviors. 37: 1299-302
Foley KL, Pockey JR, Helme DW, et al. (2012) Integrating evidence-based tobacco cessation interventions in free medical clinics: opportunities and challenges. Health Promotion Practice. 13: 687-95
Sutfin EL, McCoy TP, Berg CJ, et al. (2012) Tobacco use by college students: a comparison of daily and nondaily smokers. American Journal of Health Behavior. 36: 218-29
Helme DW, Cohen EL, Parrish AJ. (2012) Health, masculinity and smokeless tobacco use among college-aged men. Health Communication. 27: 467-77
Helme DW, Rayens MK, Kercsmar SE, et al. (2012) Rural print media portrayal of secondhand smoke and smoke-free policy. Health Promotion Practice. 13: 848-56
Helme DW, Noar SM, Allard S, et al. (2011) In-depth investigation of interpersonal discussions in response to a safer sex mass media campaign. Health Communication. 26: 366-78
Noar SM, Harrington NG, Helme DW. (2010) The contributions of health communication research to campaign practice. Health Communication. 25: 593-4
Helme DW, Donohew RL, Baier M, et al. (2007) A classroom-administered simulation of a television campaign on adolescent smoking: testing an activation model of information exposure. Journal of Health Communication. 12: 399-415
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