Ho, E. Y.,Chesla,
C. A. & Chun, K. M. (2012).
Health Communication with Chinese Americans About Type 2
Ho, E. Y. & Robles, J. S. (2011).
Cultural resources for health participation: Examining biomedicine,
acupuncture and massage therapy for HIV-related peripheral
neuropathy. Health Communication, 26(2), 135-146.
Bylund, C. L., D'Agostino, T.
A., Ho, E. Y., & Chewning, B. A. (2010).
Improving clinical communication and promoting health through
concordance-based patient education. Communication
Education, 59(3), 294-311.
Ho, E. Y., Koenig, C. J., Wingard, L.
& Bansavich, J. (2009). Learning LSI
means doing LSI: Reflections on technology use in two Language and
Social Interaction courses. Electronic Journal of
Ho, E. Y., Bylund, C. L., Rosenbaum,
M., & Herwaldt, L. A. (2009).
Teaching health communication through found poems created from
patients' stories. Communication Teacher, 23,
Ho, E. Y. & Bylund, C. L. (2008).
Models of health and models of health delivery in the
practitioner-client relationship in acupuncture. Health
Communication, 23, 506-515.
Baxter, L., Egbert, N. & Ho, E.
Everyday health communication experiences of college students.
Journal of American College Health, 56,427-435.
Ho, E. Y. (2007). "Have you seen your
aura lately?": Examining boundary-work in holistic health
pamphlets. Qualitative Health Research,
Ho, E. Y. (2006).
Behold the power of Qi: The importance of
Qi in the
discourse of acupuncture. Research on Language and Social
Zickmund, S., Ho, E. Y., Masuda, M., Ippolito, L. & LaBrecque,
D. R. (2003).
"They treated me like a leper": Stigmatization and the emotional
burden of hepatitis C. Journal of General Internal
Ho, E. Y., D'Agostino, T. A., Yadegar, V., Burke, A. &
Bylund, C. L. (2012).
Teaching patients how to talk with biomedical providers about their
complementary and alternative medicine use.Patient Education &
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