Health Communication

Research has consistently shown that public health outcomes can be improved through enhanced mass communication of timely, accurate health information. USC Annenberg scholars uncover best practices for delivering health information, either through popular entertainment, effective journalism, mobile technologies, virtual worlds or other means. By equipping a wide range of communicators with the latest technologies and techniques, USC Annenberg helps to build a healthier society.

Health Communication Researchers

Communication and Journalism
Margaret McLaughlin
Margaret McLaughlin
Professor; Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Research
Doe Mayer
Doe Mayer
Professor; Mary Pickford Chair, USC School of Cinematic Arts
Peter Clarke
Peter Clarke
Professor
Michael Parks
Michael Parks
School of Journalism Professor and Director
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Health Communication centers & programs
California Endowment Health Journalism Fellowships
California Endowment Health Journalism Fellowships
The California Endowment Health Journalism Fellowships program was established to provide mid-career professional workin... »
California HealthCare Foundation Center for Health Reporting
California HealthCare Foundation Center for Health Reporting
The CHCFC partners with journalists to report on the most vexing health care issues facing the state: quality, access an... »
The Norman Lear Center
The Norman Lear Center
The Norman Lear Center is a multidisciplinary research and public policy center exploring implications of the convergenc... »