Rapid Review of Virus Risk Communication Interventions Directions For COVID-19

Winograd, D., Fresquez, C., Egli, M., et al. (2020). Rapid Review of Virus Risk Communication Interventions: Directions For COVID-19. Patient Education and Counseling. 104(8):1834-1859.
The authors reviewed the literature on risk communication interventions from the perspective of reducing risks from viruses and found that more tailored communications are more likely to produce behavior changes for diseases like HIV versus influenza. The authors conclude that while effective, more research is needed to understand the complex relationship between messaging and behavior.
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