Dr. Miller Among Women Authors Being Celebrated

Nicholson School of Communication Associate Professor Dr. Ann Miller was honored at an event celebrating UCF Women Faculty Book Authors. The ceremony was hosted by the UCF Center for Success of Women Faculty. The event highlighted women faculty who have published books of fiction, non-fiction, or textbooks for national distribution within the past three years. Miller was recognized for her contribution to enhancing connections between health communication practice and faith communities.

Edited by Miller and Donald L. Rubin, “Health Communication and Faith Communities” addresses three major topic areas of praxis and theory: (a) health communication through communities of faith—that is, cases in which public health entities use religiously affiliated channels of communication to convey their messages  (b) health communication by communities of faith—that is, interpersonal or public interactions in which religiously identified message sources articulate their stances on health protection and disease treatment and (c) health communication in faith communities or in religiously identified patient-provider communication.

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