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Michael P. McCauley PhD

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Research Associate II

Institution: Medical College of Wisconsin
Department: Institute for Health and Society
Division: Bioethics
Program: Administration

Member of the Cancer Center

Research Experience

  • Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR)
  • Health Disparities
  • Health Communication
  • Methodologies and Techniques

  • qualitative methods
  • content analysis
  • semi-structured interviews
  • network analysis
  • focus groups
  • MCW Program / Core Facilities

  • Cancer Center
  • Clinical & Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin
  • Academic Fellowship in Primary Care Research
  • Center for Patient Care and Outcomes Research (PCOR)
  • Educational Expertise

  • course and curriculum design
  • short-term courses
  • Community Partnerships

  • Member of the research team for Project IMPACT, an ongoing effort to understand and alleviate health disparities in the Latino population of Lawrence, MA
  • Publications (6)

  • Assessing opinions in community leadership networks to address health inequalities: a case study from Project IMPACT. (McCauley MP, Ramanadhan S, Viswanath K) Health Educ Res 2015 Dec;30(6):866-81 PMID: 26471919 PMCID: PMC4836398 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-84958636844 10/17/2015       4 Citations
  • Much Ventured, Much Gained: Community-engaged Data Collection by Adolescents/Young Adults (Ramanadhan S, Nagler RH, MCCAULEY MP, Lora V, Minsky S, Bruff C, et al) Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action (in press) 10/15/2015    
  • Catastrophic Events Versus Infectious Disease Outbreak: Distinct Challenges for Emergency Planning (May T, MCCAULEY MP, Strong KA, Jeruzal J) Reason Papers 2015;37:54-64 07/22/2015    
  • The H1N1 pandemic: media frames, stigmatization and coping. (McCauley M, Minsky S, Viswanath K) BMC Public Health 2013 Dec 03;13:1116 PMID: 24299568 PMCID: PMC3907032 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-84888780745 12/05/2013       29 Citations
  • The communications revolution and health inequalities in the 21st century: implications for cancer control. (Viswanath K, Nagler RH, Bigman-Galimore CA, McCauley MP, Jung M, Ramanadhan S) Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2012 Oct;21(10):1701-8 PMID: 23045545 PMCID: PMC3468900 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-84867291947 10/10/2012       67 Citations
  • The social group influences of US health journalists and their impact on the newsmaking process. (McCauley MP, Blake KD, Meissner HI, Viswanath K) Health Educ Res 2013 Apr;28(2):339-51 PMID: 22907539 PMCID: PMC3594925 SCOPUS ID: 2-s2.0-84875206762 08/22/2012       12 Citations
  • Last update: 09/15/2017
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