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GRF 2nd One Health Summit 2013: Presentation by LAPINSKI, Dr. Maria K., Michigan State University

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Emerging Communication Media and One Health: Reporting An Initial Research Agenda Emerging Communication Media and One Health: Reporting An Initial Research Agenda Presentation Transcript

  • New & Emerging Communication Technology in Human Decision-Making & Behavior New and Emerging Communication Technology , Human Behavior, and Decision-Making
  • New & Emerging Communication Technology in Human Decision-Making & Behavior Fundamental Issues for the Role of Social Science Research in One Health Presented by Dr. Maria Knight Lapinski November 20,2013
  • New & Emerging Communication Technology in Human Decision-Making & Behavior • • •
  • New & Emerging Communication Technology in Human Decision-Making & Behavior Framework • Growing role of communication (risk and other), communication technology, decision making, in health and environment research and practice • Reporting on a nascent conceptual framework for the role of “social science” in One Health – Interdisciplinary symposia – Broadly cover several key emergent issues
  • New & Emerging Communication Technology in Human Decision-Making & Behavior Why ‘One Health’? • Inclusive across a broad range of disciplines • Timely in policy and practice • Challenges rooted in human behavior – Causes – Solutions http://www.cdc.gov/onehealth/about.html
  • New & Emerging Communication Technology in Human Decision-Making & Behavior ‘One Health’ Symposia • Inspired by the work of Hesse and colleagues (2010) in their article Social Participation in Health 2.0 and Topol (2013) The Creative Destruction of Medicine • Symposia overview • Ultimate goals
  • New & Emerging Communication Technology in Human Decision-Making & Behavior
  • New & Emerging Communication Technology in Human Decision-Making & Behavior Defining ‘One Health’ • Health of humans, other animals and ecosystems are interdependent. – Work by Zinnstag and others on social ecology – Umbrella • Beyond Zoonotic Disease – Grasslands in Tibet
  • New & Emerging Communication Technology in Human Decision-Making & Behavior Role of Social Science • Contributing to our understanding how combined changes in environmental, animal, and human health effect human psycho-social and behavioral outcomes and a better understanding of the cyclical relationship between humans and their environment.
  • New & Emerging Communication Technology in Human Decision-Making & Behavior Issue 1 • Understanding how humans contextualize their own health within the context of animal and ecosystem health – Decision-making – Behavior
  • New & Emerging Communication Technology in Human Decision-Making & Behavior Issue 2 • Understand the nature of information that people need about One Health challenges and how it influences decisions and behaviors. • Possibilities are limitless – Big data – Quantified self – More isn’t better, knowledge not enough
  • New & Emerging Communication Technology in Human Decision-Making & Behavior Issue 3 • Identification of the key characteristics of new and emerging communication technologies and how and when are they used globally for information seeking and sharing about One Health issues. • Social media
  • New & Emerging Communication Technology in Human Decision-Making & Behavior • • • •
  • New & Emerging Communication Technology in Human Decision-Making & Behavior
  • New & Emerging Communication Technology in Human Decision-Making & Behavior Work Cited Hesse, B. W., Hansen, D., Finholt, T., Munson, S., Kellogg, W., Thomas J.C. (2010). Social participation in health 2.0. Computer, 11, 45-52. Lapinski, M.K., Funk, J., & Moccia, L. (Under Review, 2013). Emerging communication media and one health: Reporting an initial research agenda. [Invited Paper]. Journal of Social Science and Medicine. Murray, K., Selleck, P., Hooper, P., Hyatt, A., Gould, A., Gleeson, L., Westbury, H., Hiley, L., Selvey, L. & Rodwell, B. (1995). A morbillivirus that caused fatal disease in horses and humans.Science,268,94-97. Reeves, B., & Nass, C. (1996). The Media Equation: How People Treat Computers, Television, and New Media Like Real People and Places. Stanford, CA: Center for the Study of Language and Information. Topol, E. (2012). The creative destruction of medicine: How the digital revolution will create better health care. Basic books: New York, NY. Zinsstag, J., Schelling, E.,Waltner-Toews,D.,&Tanner,M. (2011). From "one medicine" to "one health" and systemic approaches to health and well-being. Preventive Veterinary Medicine,101, 148-156.