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Crisis & Emergency Risk Communication Bibliography

Research Foundations of CERC:

Heath RL, O'Hair DH, editors. Handbook of risk and crisis communication. New York (NY): Routledge Taylor & Francis Group; 2009.

Veil S, Reynolds B, Sellnow TL, Seeger MW. CERC as a theoretical framework for research and practice. Health Promotion Practice 2008;9(4):26S–34S.

Reynolds B, Seeger MW. Crisis and emergency risk communication as an integrative model. Journal of Health Communication Research 2005;10(1):43–55.

Seeger MW. Best practices in crisis communication: An expert panel process. Journal of Applied Communication Research 2006;34(3):232–244.

Resources referencing CERC:

Freimuth VS, Hilyard KM, Barge JK, Sokler LA. Action, not talk: A simulation of risk communication during the first hours of a pandemic. Health Promotion Practice 2008;9:35S–45S.

Glik DC. Risk communication for public health emergencies. Annu Rev Public Health 2007;28: 33–54.

Heath RL, Lee J, Ni L. Crisis and risk approaches to emergency management planning and communication: The role of similarity and sensitivity. Journal of Public Relations Research 2009;21(2):123–141.

Quinn SC. Crisis and emergency risk communication in a pandemic: A model for building capacity and resilience of minority communities. Health Promotion Practice 2008;9:18S–25S.

Ringel JS, Trentacost, E, Lurie N. How well did health departments communicate about risk at the start of the swine flu epidemic in 2009? Health Affairs 2009;28(4):w743–w750.

Reynolds B, Quinn SC. Effective communication during an influenza pandemic: The value of using a crisis and emergency risk communication framework. Health Promotion Practice 2008:9:13S–17S.

Rowel R, Sheikhattari P, Barber TM, Evans-Holland M. Introduction of a guide to enhance risk communication among low-income and minority populations: A grassroots community engagement approach. Health Promotion Practice 2012;13:124–132.

Reynolds B. When the facts are just not enough: credibility communicating about risk is riskier when emotions run high and time is short. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 2011;254(2) 15:206–214.

Sellnow TL, Seeger MW. Theorizing crisis communication. Malden (MA): John Wiley & Sons Inc; 2013.

Sellnow TL, Seeger MW, Reynolds B. Crisis and emergency risk communication in health contexts: applying the CDC model to pandemic influenza. In: Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication. New York (NY): Routledge Taylor & Francis Group;2009. pp. 493–506.

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