公開講座 - 「 應對危機事故 緩解心理反應 (第2場)」

Welcome

The Team
The Project team of the Research Centre for EHH comprises faculty members across disciplines, with relevant expertise, experience and interest to contribute and support this institution-wide initiative in environment and human health.

Project Holder

Prof. Ronald Chung

Dean,
School of Continuing Education

Team Members

Dr. Sam Lau
(Team Leader)

Person-in-charge of the Research Centre for
Environment and Human Health,
Principal Lecturer of College of International Education

Dr. Stephen Robert
Cartwright

Academic Coordinator and Lecturer in Environmental Conservation Studies,
College of International Education

Dr. Sarah Choy

Academic Coordinator and
Lecturer in Life Science,
College of International Education

Dr. Amelia Lee

Associate Dean (Programme Development) and Head of Early Childhood and
Elementary Education

Dr. Sharron Leung

Head of Division of Nursing Education and Programme Director of Bachelor of Nursing (Hons)

Dr. Rebecca Pang

Lecturer,
Division of Nursing Education

Dr. Popsy Poon

Academic Coordinator and Lecturer in Health Sciences, College of International Education

Dr. Winnie Tai

Associate Programme Director and Lecturer of Bachelor of Nursing (Hons)

Dr. Alice Wong

Academic Coordinator and Lecturer,
Division of Nursing Education

Dr. Josephine Yau

Academic Coordinator in Psychology and
Lecturer, College of International Education

Mr. Leslie Kam

Lecturer in Sports and Health Living,
Continuing and Professional Education Division

Renowned scholars
Prof. Jennifer Manganello

School of Public Health,

University at Albany, USA

Jennifer Manganello is a health communication scholar who uses theories, concepts, and methods from the fields of public health and communication. Her research focuses on health literacy as well as the effects of media on attitudes, behaviors, and policies that put young people (children, adolescents, young adults) at risk for negative health outcomes. She has published her work in journals such as the Journal of Health Communication, Pediatrics, Public Health Management and Practice, Journal of Children and Media, and Public Health Nutrition. Before starting at UAlbany, she was a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Annenberg Public Policy Center, University of Pennsylvania. She earned her Ph.D. from the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Research Interest
Recent Publications

Harris M, Colvin K, Linder N*, Manganello J, Mohamed L, & Shaw A. (In press). Development of the Refugee Health Literacy Assessment Tool (RHLAT). American Journal of Health Education.

Manganello J, Kane C*, Roberts KJ, Klein E, McAdams R, & McKenzie LB. (2021 online). A year of child injury prevention on Instagram. Journal of Health Communication.

Massey P, Togo E, Chiang S, Klassen A, Rose M, Manganello J, & Leader A. (2021). Identifying HPV vaccine narrative communication needs among parents. Preventive Medicine Reports, 23.

Massey P, Chiang S, Rose M, Murray M, Rockett M, Klassen A, Manganello J, & Leader A. (2021). Development of personas to communicate narrative-based Information about the HPV Vaccine on Twitter. Frontiers.

Manganello J, Penta S, & Whalen E. (In press). Risk communication and infodemics: Challenges and opportunities for local health departments. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice.

Patil U, Kostareva U, Hadley M*, Manganello J, Okan O, Dadaczynski K, Massey P, Agner J, & Sentell T. (2021). Health literacy, digital health literacy, and COVID-19 pandemic attitudes and behaviors in U.S. college students: Implications for interventions. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(6), 3301. DOI: 10.3390/ijerph18063301

McAdams R, Roberts K, Klein E, Manganello J, & McKenzie L. (In press). Using social media to disseminate injury prevention content: Is a picture worth a thousand words? Health Behavior Research.

Klein E, Roberts K, Manganello J, Adams R, & McKenzie L. (2020 online). When social media images and messages don’t match: Attention to text versus imagery to effectively convey safety information on social media. Journal of Health Communication, 25(11): 879-884. DOI:10.1080/10810730.2020.1853282

Laestadius L, Wang Y, Taleb ZB, Kalan ME, Cho Y, & Manganello J. (2020). A content analysis of online national health agency mask guidance for the public in light of COVID-19. JMIR Public Health & Surveillance, 6(2), e19501. DOI: 10.2196/19501

Smith K, Manganello J, Roberts K, Kaercher R, & McKenzie L. (2020). News coverage of pediatric injury research: Maternal understanding and engagement. Journal of Communication in Healthcare, 12(3/4), 189-201. DOI: 10.1080/17538068.2020.1719330

Maduka D*, Swanson M, Markey K, Anderson B, Tracy M, & Manganello J. (2020). Health literacy among in-care older HIV diagnosed persons with multimorbidity: MMP NYS (excluding NYC). AIDS and Behavior, 20(4), 1092-1105. DOI: 10.1007/s10461-019-02627-0

Prof. Paul Dumouchel

Department of Philosophy,

the Université du Québec à Montreal, Canada

Paul Dumouchel is a Canadian philosopher who was for many years Professor in the Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences of Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan. He has been visiting professor in France, Austria, Italy and South Korea. He is presently attached to the department of Philosophy of the Université du Québec à Montreal, Canada.

Research Interest
Recent Publications

Books
Living with Robots (with L. Damiano) 2017. Harvard University Press, pp.262.

Social Bonds as Freedom (with Reiko Gotoh) 2015 New York: Berghahn Books, pp. 303

The Ambivalence of Scarcity and Other Essays 2014 Michigan State University Press, pp. 383

Against Injustice. The New Economics of Amartya Sen (with Reiko Gotoh) 2009 Cambridge University Press.

Articles in scientific journals
(2021c) “Desiring Machines: Machines that are Desired and Machines that Desire” Contagion Journal of Violence, Mimesis and Culture, 28 (2021):99-110.

(2021b) “Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems: Organizational and Political Consequences” Philosophical Journal of Conflict and Violence, Vol 5, DOI: 10.22618/TP.PJCV.20215.1.139006

(2021a) “Synthetic Epistemology and Ontology” Mechane 1(2021):27 – 36.

(2020) “Emotions in relation. Epistemological and ethical scaffolding for mixed human-robot social ecologies”, (with L. Damiano) in Humana.Mente, 13, 17, pp. 181-206

(2019d) “Intelligence, Artificial and Otherwise” Forum Philosophicum 24(2019)2: 241-258.
DOI:10.35765/forphil.2019.2402.11

(2019c) “The Impacts of Technology: Anthropological Foundations” in concilium 2019.3:15-24.

(2019b) “Embodiment: The Ecology of Mind” Philosophies 2019, 4(2), 12; https://doi.org/10.3390/philosophies4020012

(2019a) “Philosophy and the Politics of Moral Machines” in Journal of Artificial Intelligence Humanities 4:31-49.

(2018) L. Damiano & P. Dumouchel, “Anthropomorphism in Human – Robot Co-evolution”, Frontier in Psychology, 26 March 2018 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00468

(2017d) “Robots: Technical Individuals and Systems” in NatureCulture 4(2017):76-89.

(2017c) “The Practices of Feeling with the World: Towards and Anthropology of Affect, Senses and Materiality – Introduction” (with A. De Antoni) in Japanese Review of Cultural Anthropology 18.1:91-98.

(2017b) “Of Objects and Affect: Artificial Empathy, Pure Sociality, and Affective Coordination” in Japanese Review of Cultural Anthropology 18.1:99-113.

(2017a) “Acting Together in Dis-Harmony. Cooperating to Conflict and Cooperation in Conflict” in Studi di Sociologia 4(2017):303-318.