His primary scientific interests are in Public health, Health promotion, Health education, Environmental health and Psychological intervention. His study in Public health is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Developmental psychology, Ethnic group and Gerontology. His Health indicator research extends to the thematically linked field of Health promotion.
His work deals with themes such as Global health, Health administration, Public relations and Health policy, which intersect with Health education. The concepts of his Environmental health study are interwoven with issues in Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, Information seeking behavior, Mental health, Risk assessment and Self-assessment. His Psychological intervention research incorporates themes from Intervention, Dissemination, Behavior change and Internet privacy.
Health promotion, Public health, Health communication, Public relations and Health education are his primary areas of study. His Health promotion research focuses on subjects like Behavior change, which are linked to Self-efficacy. His Public health research includes themes of The Internet and Environmental health.
His The Internet research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Focus group and Gerontology. He has included themes like Social media and Law in his Public relations study. His Health education research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Occupational safety and health and Medical education.
Jay M. Bernhardt mostly deals with Social media, Health communication, Public relations, Health promotion and Medical education. His research integrates issues of Promotion, The Internet, Public health and Internet privacy in his study of Social media. Jay M. Bernhardt has researched Health communication in several fields, including Formative research, Face and Environmental health.
The Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Medical prescription and Emergency management. The study incorporates disciplines such as Affect, Self-efficacy, Health education and Behavior change in addition to Health promotion. His Health education study is concerned with the field of Nursing as a whole.
Jay M. Bernhardt focuses on Social media, Health communication, Public health, The Internet and Promotion. Social media and Internet privacy are frequently intertwined in his study. His Internet privacy research integrates issues from Social psychology, Anxiety, Government, Misinformation and Content analysis.
Jay M. Bernhardt interconnects Panic and Environmental health in the investigation of issues within Health communication. His Public health study incorporates themes from Harm and Medical emergency. Jay M. Bernhardt combines subjects such as Preparedness and Data science with his study of The Internet.
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Mobile Text Messaging for Health: A Systematic Review of Reviews
Amanda K. Hall;Heather Cole-Lewis;Jay Michael Bernhardt.
Annual Review of Public Health (2015)
Behavioral Functionality of Mobile Apps in Health Interventions: A Systematic Review of the Literature
Hannah E Payne;Cameron Lister;Joshua H West;Jay M Bernhardt.
Jmir mhealth and uhealth (2015)
Online pediatric information seeking among mothers of young children: results from a qualitative study using focus groups.
Jay Michael Bernhardt;Elizabeth M. Felter;Elizabeth M. Felter.
Journal of Medical Internet Research (2004)
A Prospective Study of Exposure to Rap Music Videos and African American Female Adolescents’ Health
Gina M. Wingood;Ralph J. DiClemente;Jay Michael Bernhardt;Kathy Harrington.
American Journal of Public Health (2003)
Communication at the core of effective public health.
Jay Michael Bernhardt.
American Journal of Public Health (2004)
Health information-seeking behaviors, health indicators, and health risks.
James B. Weaver;Darren Mays;Stephanie Sargent Weaver;Gary L. Hopkins.
American Journal of Public Health (2010)
The Scientific Foundation for personal genomics: recommendations from a National Institutes of Health-Centers for Disease Control and Prevention multidisciplinary workshop.
Muin J. Khoury;Muin J. Khoury;Colleen M. McBride;Sheri D. Schully;John P.A. Ioannidis;John P.A. Ioannidis.
Genetics in Medicine (2009)
Crowdsourcing Applications for Public Health
Daren C. Brabham;Kurt M. Ribisl;Thomas R. Kirchner;Jay Michael Bernhardt.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2014)
Public health literacy in America: an ethical imperative.
Julie A. Gazmararian;James W. Curran;Ruth M. Parker;Jay Michael Bernhardt.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2005)
Adolescents' experience with sex on the web: results from online focus groups.
Kenzie A. Cameron;Laura F. Salazar;Jay Michael Bernhardt;Nan Burgess-Whitman.
Journal of Adolescence (2005)
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