Health And Crisis Communication

The health and crisis communication emphasis area examines interpersonal communication, social interactions, mediated communication, organizational communication, and public communication related to health or crisis contexts. These processes are critical to public health, health promotion and education, well-being, resilience, and policy efforts. Health and crisis faculty often work as part of interdisciplinary teams to examine communicative activities that have important implications for individuals, children, families, organizations, schools, and communities. The Health and Crisis Communication area features the Disaster and Community Crisis Center (dcc.missouri.edu).

Health And Crisis Communication Faculty

MA - East Tennessee State University
Assistant Professor
(573)-882-6284
Associate Professor, Director of International Programs
(573)-884-4694
M.A. - University of Missouri School of Journalism
Associate Professor
(573)-882-0747
M.A., University of Lagos
Assistant Professor
(573) 882-4431
M.A., Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Associate Professor
(573)-884-7448
M.A. - University of South Alabama
M.A., Xiamen University