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Pedagogy in Health Promotion Journal Self Study: Institutional Review Board Basics for Pedagogy Research

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HPP 206 September: Defining and Measuring Sustainability in the Food & Fitness Initiative

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HPP 205 September 2018: Prioritizing Racial Equity: How Efforts to Advance Racial Equity Helped Shape the W.K. Kellogg Food & Fitness Initiative

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Sex Ed to Go: A Content Analysis of Comprehensive Sexual Education Apps

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Qualitative Analysis of Partnerships’ Effect on Implementation of a Nationally Led Community- Based Initiative 

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Health Promotion Practice Journal Self Study: Perceptions of Tobacco Control Media Campaigns Among Smokers With Lower Socioeconomic Status

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Health Promotion Practice Journal Self Study CHES: Comparison of In-Person and Online Motivational Interviewing–Based Health Coaching

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Health Promotion Practice JOurnal Self Study CHES article: Community–Clinical Linkages With Community Health Workers in the United States: A Scoping Review 

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As pregnant mothers increasingly engage in shared decision making regarding prenatal decisions, such as induction of labor, the patient’s level of activation may influence pregnancy outcomes. One potential tool to increase patient activation in the clinical setting is mobile applications. However, research is limited in comparing mobile apps with other modalities of patient education and engagement tools. Aim. This study was designed to test the effectiveness of a mobile app as a replacement for a spiral notebook guide as a patient education and engagement tool in the prenatal clinical setting.

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