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related journal articles

Test4HepC: Promoting Hepatitis C Testing to Baby Boomers Using Social Media

Plant A, Snow EG, Montoya JA, Young S, Javanbakht M, Klausner JD. Health Promotion Practice. 2020;21(5):780-790.

Mobile App Increases Vegetable-Based Preparations by Low-Income Household Cooks: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

Clarke P, Evans SH, Neffa-Creech D. Public Health Nutrition. 2019;22(4):714-725.

“It Was Shocking to See Her Make It, Eat It, and Love It!” How a Mobile App Can Transform Family Food and Health Conversations in Low-Income Homes.

Neffa-Creech D, Glovinsky J, Evans SH, Clarke P. Chapter in LeBlanc S (Ed.), Casing the Family: Theoretical and Applied Approaches to Understanding Family Communication (pp. 199-208). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt; 2019.

There’s No Place Like Home: First Year Usage of the “I Know” Home Testing Program for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea.


Rotblatt H, Montoya JA, Plant A, Guerry S, Kerndt P. American Journal of Public Health. 2013;103(8):1376-1380.

related presentations

Adapting a Trauma-Informed Teen Pregnancy Intervention to E-learning for Under-Resourced Settings.

Schladale J, Plant A. Presented at: 2018 Association of Children’s Residential Centers; March 26-29, 2018; Boston, MA.

Using a Web-Based Application to Manage a Multi-State HIV Testing and Linkage to Care Program.

Montoya J, Bardach N, Plant A, Goncalvez A, Gorre M, Jaques G, Engeran-Cordova W. Presented at: American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting; November 4-8, 2017; Atlanta, GA.

Using Social Media to Promote Hepatitis C Testing to Baby Boomers.

Snow E, Plant A, Montoya J, Young S, Kimble M, Gordon K, Castrejon M, Klausner K. Presented at: American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting; November 4-8, 2017; Atlanta, GA.

Can Kids Prompt Mothers’ Use of a Nutrition App? Evidence from Low-Income Families.

Neffa-Creech D, Evans SH, Clarke P. Presented at: American Public Health Association Annual Meeting & Expo; November 4-8, 2017; Atlanta, GA.

There’s No Place Like Home: Second-Year Report on the “I Know” Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Home Test Kit Program for Women in Los Angeles County.

Rotblatt H, Montoya JA, Plant A, Copeland J, Guerry S, Kerndt PR. Presented at: National STD Prevention Conference; March 12-15, 2012; Minneapolis, MN.

21st Century Sex Ed In and Out of the Classroom.

Kordic T, Plant A, Montoya J. Presented at: 5th Annual Information Science and Information Studies (ISIS) Conference on New Media, Youth, & Sexual Health; April 1-3, 2012; San Francisco, CA.

Everyone Has Questions: A Campaign for the BirdsNBees Texting Service of North Carolina.

Neffa DR, Toledo L, Talbot A. Presented at: Kentucky Conference on Health Communication; April 22-24, 2010; Lexington, KY.

Internet Partner Notification Efforts in Los Angeles County.

Plant A, Rotblatt H, Ramirez F, Melgoza M, Wagner T, Utley J, Rudy E, Kerndt PR. Presented at: 18th International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research (ISSTDR) Conference; June 28-July 1, 2009; London, UK.

The First Year of inSPOTLA: Report from the Field on Internet HIV/STD Partner Notification.

Rotblatt H, Plant A, Levine DK, Engeran WJ, Kerndt PR. Presented at: 17th International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research (ISSTDR) Conference; July 30-August 1, 2007; Seattle, WA.

inSPOTLA: New Frontiers in HIV/STD Partner Notification Using the Internet.

Rotblatt H, Mall KL, Montoya JA, Plant A, Kerndt PR. Presented at: National STD Prevention Conference; May 8-10, 2006; Jacksonville, FL.