Communicating Risks And Benefits

Author: Baruch Fischhoff
Publisher: Government Printing Office
ISBN: 9780160901799
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The guide will help users in any organization, with any budget, to make the science of their communications as sound as the science that they are communicating.

Communicating Risks To The Public

Author: R.E Kasperson
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400919522
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Factors important in risk perception and evaluation. ... attention Accident history
Equity Benefits Reversibility Personal stake Origin Lack of trust in responsible
institutions Much media attention Major and sometimes minor accidents
Inequitable distribution of risks and benefits Unclear benefits Effects irreversible
Individual personally at risk Caused by human actions or failures Trust in
responsible institutions Little media attention No major or minor accidents
Equitable distribution of risks ...

Risk Communication And Health Psychology

Author: Berry, Dianne
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN: 0335213510
Size: 59.30 MB
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This is the first book to clearly assess the increasingly important area of communication of risk in the health sector.

Characterizing And Communicating Uncertainty In The Assessment Of Benefits And Risks Of Pharmaceutical Products

Author: Institute of Medicine
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309310032
Size: 10.62 MB
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New York: Cambridge University Press. Fischhoff, B., W. Bruine de Bruin, U.
Güvenç, D. Caruso, and L. Brilliant. 2006. Analyzing disaster risks and plans: An
avian flu example. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 33:133151. Fischhoff, B., N. T.
Brewer, and J. S. Downs, Eds. 2011. Communicating risks and benefits: An
evidencebased user's guide. Washington, DC: U.S. Food and Drug
Administration. http://www.fda.gov/AboutFDA/ReportsManualsForms/Reports/
ucm268078.htm (accessed ...

Risk Communication And Health Psychology

Author: Dianne Berry
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN: 0335224261
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"...this text...will become a reference for years to come." Health Expectations This is the first book to clearly assess the increasingly important area of communication of risk in the health sector.

Interpreting Health Benefits And Risks

Author: Eric Rifkin
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319115448
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This timely guide to communication in patient-centered medicine argues for greater clarity in explaining health risks versus benefits of an array of screening tests, procedures, and drug regimens.

New Risks Issues And Management

Author: Louis A. Cox
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780306435379
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This volume contains the proceedings of the 1986 annual meeting and conference of the Society for Risk Analysis.

Ethics In Public Relations

Author: Kathy Fitzpatrick
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 145223678X
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Harold I. Sharlin, “EDB: A Case Study in Communicating Risk,” Risk Analysis 6, 1
(1986): 61–68; and Rob A. Weterings and Josee Van Eijndhoven, “Informing the
Public about Uncertain Risks,” Risk Analysis 9, 4 (1989): 473–82. ... Heath and
Abel, “Proactive Responses”; Kathy Nathan, Robert L. Heath, and William
Douglas, “Tolerance for Potential Environmental Health Risks: The Influence of
Knowledge, Benefits, Control, Involvement and Uncertainty,” Journal of Public
Relations ...

Clinical Pharmacy And Therapeutics

Author: Roger Walker
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0702048488
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Communicating risks and benefits of treatment Explaining the risks and benefits
of treatment in an effective manner is an essential skill for health care
professionals. This ensures patient's consent to treatment is informed and that the
patient has an opportunity to participate in shared decision making about their
treatment. Before this stage of the consultation is reached, the health care
professional has to know the evidence about treatment, be able to apply it to the
individual patient in ...