Shoba Ramanadhan
Shoba Ramanadhan
Assistant Professor, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
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Research in action: using positive deviance to improve quality of health care
EH Bradley, LA Curry, S Ramanadhan, L Rowe, IM Nembhard, ...
Implementation science 4 (1), 1-11, 2009
Health and the information nonseeker: a profile
S Ramanadhan, K Viswanath
Health communication 20 (2), 131-139, 2006
Mass media
K Viswanath, S Ramanadhan, EZ Kontos
Macrosocial determinants of population health, 275-294, 2007
Social media use by community-based organizations conducting health promotion: a content analysis
S Ramanadhan, SR Mendez, M Rao, K Viswanath
BMC public health 13 (1), 1-10, 2013
The communications revolution and health inequalities in the 21st century: implications for cancer control
K Viswanath, RH Nagler, CA Bigman-Galimore, MP McCauley, M Jung, ...
Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention 21 (10), 1701-1708, 2012
Health information seeking
EM Galarce, S Ramanadhan, K Viswanath
The Routledge handbook of health communication, 194-207, 2011
Participatory implementation science to increase the impact of evidence-based cancer prevention and control
S Ramanadhan, MM Davis, R Armstrong, B Baquero, LK Ko, JC Leng, ...
Cancer Causes & Control 29 (3), 363-369, 2018
Class, race, ethnicity and information needs in post-treatment cancer patients
EM Galarce, S Ramanadhan, J Weeks, EC Schneider, SW Gray, ...
Patient education and counseling 85 (3), 432-439, 2011
Building capacity in health facility management: guiding principles for skills transfer in Liberia
LA Rowe, SB Brillant, E Cleveland, BT Dahn, S Ramanadhan, M Podesta, ...
Human Resources for Health 8 (1), 1-7, 2010
Effect of information seeking and avoidance behavior on self-rated health status among cancer survivors
M Jung, S Ramanadhan, K Viswanath
Patient education and counseling 92 (1), 100-106, 2013
Addressing cancer disparities via community network mobilization and intersectoral partnerships: a social network analysis
S Ramanadhan, C Salhi, E Achille, N Baril, K D'Entremont, M Grullon, ...
PloS one 7 (2), e32130, 2012
Recruitment and retention for community-based eHealth interventions with populations of low socioeconomic position: strategies and challenges
RH Nagler, S Ramanadhan, S Minsky, K Viswanath
Journal of Communication 63 (1), 201-220, 2013
Perceptions of evidence-based programs among community-based organizations tackling health disparities: a qualitative study
S Ramanadhan, J Crisostomo, J Alexander-Molloy, E Gandelman, ...
Health Education Research 27 (4), 717-728, 2012
Social disparities, communication inequalities, and HIV/AIDS-related knowledge and attitudes in India
LK Ackerson, S Ramanadhan, M Arya, K Viswanath
AIDS and Behavior 16 (7), 2072-2081, 2012
Harnessing the synergy between improvement science and implementation science in cancer: a call to action
B Koczwara, AM Stover, L Davies, MM Davis, L Fleisher, S Ramanadhan, ...
Journal of oncology practice 14 (6), 335, 2018
Educating leaders in hospital management: a pre-post study in Ethiopian hospitals
S Kebede, J Mantopoulos, S Ramanadhan, E Cherlin, M Gebeyehu, ...
Global Public Health 7 (2), 164-174, 2012
Macrosocial determinants of population health
K Viswanath, S Ramanadhan, EZ Kontos, S Galea
Mass media and population health: a macrosocial view. New York: Springer, 275-94, 2007
Graphic health warnings as activators of social networks: A field experiment among individuals of low socioeconomic position
S Ramanadhan, RH Nagler, R McCloud, R Kohler, K Viswanath
Social science & medicine 175, 219-227, 2017
Extra-team connections for knowledge transfer between staff teams
S Ramanadhan, JL Wiecha, KM Emmons, SL Gortmaker, K Viswanath
Health Education Research 24 (6), 967-976, 2009
Prevalence and Framing of Health Disparities in Local Print News: Implications for Multilevel Interventions to Address Cancer Inequalities
RH Nagler, CA Bigman, S Ramanadhan, D Ramamurthi, K Viswanath
Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention 25 (4), 603-612, 2016
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