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«EDUCATION Ph.D., ABD Candidate, Mass Communications, current GPA: 3.97 College of Communications, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, ...»

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JANELLE APPLEQUIST

CONTACT

The Pennsylvania State University http://www.janelleapplequist.com

College of Communications jra5032@psu.edu

115 Carnegie Building

University Park, PA 16802

EDUCATION

Ph.D., ABD Candidate, Mass Communications, current GPA: 3.97

College of Communications, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Advisors: Matthew P. McAllister & C. Michael Elavsky Doctorate Dissertation titled “A Mixed-Methods Approach Toward

Primetime Television Direct-to-Consumer Drug Advertising:

Pharmaceutical Fetishism and the Commercial Discourse of Health Care” M.A. Media Studies The Pennsylvania State University, 2011, GPA: 3.94

Master’s Thesis titled “Ask Your Doctor About...Gifting and Detailing:

How the Pharmaceutical Industry has Increased the Side Effects while Jeopardizing Patient Care” fulfilled according to requirements of the Pennsylvania State University, May 2011 B.A. Broadcast Journalism, Minor: Psychology The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 2009 Cumulative GPA: 3.84 GPA for Major: 4.00

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

Instructor. COMM 410, International Communications, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, four semesters, Spring 2013, Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, & Spring 2015

-Taught daily lessons to 50+ students

-Held regular office hours to meet with students

-Prepared and proctored student examinations

-Utilized technology in course structure and dialogue with students via Penn State’s Yammer and WordPress networks Instructor. COMM 110, Media and Democracy, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Summers 2012 & 2013.

-Taught daily lessons to 50+ students

-Held regular office hours to meet with students

-Prepared and proctored student examinations

-Held class discussions online via Penn State’s Yammer service to encourage online presence

-2012 was a team-teaching section with one other instructor Graduate Teaching Assistant. COMM 419, World Media Systems, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Spring 2011 through Fall 2012.

-Prepared and proctored examinations for 50+ students

-Scheduled and maintained regular office hours to meet with students

-Taught independent lesson on health care and democracy each semester

-Lead discussion and test review sessions for all students Graduate Teaching Assistant. COMM 110, Media and Democracy, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Spring 2011 through Fall 2012

-Prepared and proctored examinations for 200+ students

-Scheduled and maintained regular office hours to meetwith students

-Taught independent lesson on health care and democracy each semester

-Lead discussion and test review sessions for all students

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Applequist, J. (Accepted and forthcoming). “The part too often left out involves the perspectives of patients”: Helping health care providers understand the material reality of the everyday for individuals with eating disorders. Journal of Medicine and the Person.

Applequist, J. (Accepted and forthcoming). Pinterest, gender reveal parties and the binary:

Reducing an impending arrival to “pink” or “blue.” Pennsylvania Communication Annual.

Applequist, J. (2013). Constructions of the patient as consumer in the patient-centered medical home. Journal of Communications Media Studies, 5(1), 44-58.

Applequist, J. (under review). Appeals used to sell prescription drugs: Critical and content analyses of prime time television direct-to-consumer advertising. Journal of Communication.

Applequist, J., Miller-Day, M., Bricker, P.L., Bleser, W.K., Cronholm, P.F., & Gabbay, R. A.

(under review). “In principle we have agreement, but in practice it is a bit more difficult”:

Obtaining organizational buy-in to patient-centered medical home transformation.

Journal of Health Communication.

ENCYLOPEDIA ENTRIES

Applequist, J. (Accepted and forthcoming). Drug advertising, direct to customer. In I.

Cunningham (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of advertising & society. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Applequist, J. (Accepted and forthcoming). Drug advertising, inclusion of warnings in ads. In I.

Cunningham (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of advertising & society. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Applequist, J. (Accepted and forthcoming). New Zealand. In I. Cunningham (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of advertising & society. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Applequist, J. (Accepted and forthcoming). Pharmaceutical industry. In C.L. McNeely, L.A.

Schintler & J.G. Golson (Eds.), The SAGE encyclopedia of big data. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Applequist, J. (Accepted and forthcoming). Deconstructionism. In J. Mattingly & J. Golson (Eds.), The SAGE encyclopedia of theory. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Applequist, J. (Accepted and forthcoming). Cosmetic surgery. In J. Ryan (Ed.), The WileyBlackwell encyclopedia of consumption and consumer studies. Hoboken, NJ: WileyBlackwell.





McAllister, M. P., & Applequist, J. (2014). Commercialization of politics. In G.

Mazzoleni (Ed.), The international encyclopedia of political communication. Oxford, England: Wiley-Blackwell.

Applequist, J., & Rodino-Colocino, M. (2014). World Internet project. In K. Harvey & J. Golson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of social media and politics. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

BOOK REVIEWS

Applequist, J. (2014). [Review of the book The daily you: How the new advertising industry is defining your identity and your worth, by Joseph Turow]. The Popular Culture Studies Journal, 2(1&2), pp. 315-318.

Applequist, J. (2014). [Review of the book Dosage: A guiding principle for health communicators, by J. David Johnson]. Health Communication, 29(8), pp. 1-2.

Applequist, J. (2013). [Review of the book The idea of nature in Disney animation:

From Snow White to Wall-E, second edition, by David Whitley]. Journal of Popular Film and Television, 41(4), pp. 220-221.

Applequist, J. (2013). [Review of the book Advertising and reality: A global study of representation and content, edited by Amir Hetsroni]. International Journal of Communication, 7, pp. 903-905.

Applequist, J. (2013). [Review of the book Family communication, connections, and health transitions: Going through this together, edited by Michelle Miller-Day]. Journal of Communication, 63, pp. E16-E18.

RESEARCH REPORTS FOR THE MEDICAL FIELD

Applequist, J. (2014, May). TED Speaker Encourages to “Find Your Moment and Share it with the World”. 2014 Research Articles: Issue 8. Conquer Chiari Non-Profit Foundation.

Available online at http://www.conquerchiari.org/subs%20only/Articles%20%2714/findyour-moment.html.

Applequist, J. (2013, August). PAFP Research Report on “Transitioning to a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH): How Practices are Educating Transformation to Patients and Perceived Effectiveness of Patient Education by Professional Role”. N.P.: The Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians and the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. (to be distributed to all 4,000+ PAFP members statewide) Gabbay, R., M.D., Miller-Day, M. & Applequist, J. (2013, February). PAFP Research Report.

N.P.: The Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians and the Penn State Milton S.

Hershey Medical Center.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Report Co-Creator and Researcher. For Presentation to the Pennsylvania Association of Family Physicians (PAFP), January 2013.

-Conducted focus groups with patients and medical residents across the state of Pennsylvania during 2012 to assess effectiveness of PCMH transitioning in medical practices

-Collaborated on report to share with state physicians in an effort to advance further research and establish more collaborative care in accordance with the PCMH’s principles

-Team member under grants from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality & the Aetna Foundation, for a longitudinal project coordinated with The University of Pennsylvania and the Milton S. Hershey Medical School, 2011-present.

Graduate Research Assistant to Dr. Michelle Miller-Day. The College of Communications Arts and Sciences, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, October 2011-August 2012.

-Team member under grants from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality & the Aetna Foundation, for a longitudinal project coordinated with The University of Pennsylvania and the Milton S. Hershey Medical School, 2011-present.

-Lead focus groups and conduct in-depth interviews for research surrounding the Patient Centered Medical Home, in affiliation with the Penn State Hershey School of Medicine in accordance with the PAFP (Pennsylvania Association of Family Physicians) project

-Coded and analyzed data in accordance with the R18 grant (a collaborative project with Hershey Medical and the University of Pennsylvania); 28 practices across the state were interviewed, completed surveys, and nodes were created according to best practices for PCMH buy-in and commitment

-Conducted quantitative and qualitative data analyses using NVivo software

-Developed research proposals and interview questions Research Coordinator. The Pennsylvania State University Aging and Psychology Lab.

University Park, April 2010-December 2010.

-For the quantitative study Examining the Effects of Physical Activity on Vasomotor Symptoms Using Objective and Subjective Measures (Steriani Elavsky, Ph.D.)

-Coordinated, supervised and managed daily research activities

-Trained, supervised and managed undergraduate research assistants

-Facilitated and assisted with study visits and data collection

CONFERENCES AND PRESENTATIONS OF RESEARCH

Applequist, J. (2014, November). Panel participant in E-Health and Health Technology. Will be presented at the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Applequist, J. (2014, November). Panel participant in From Body Politics to Embodiment:

Complicating Individuals' Experiences of Health, Weight, and Empowerment in a Neoliberal, Technological Age. Will be presented at the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Applequist, J. (2013, August). How to advance the field of health communication: Allowing qualitative methods to be equally distributed and empowered. European Sociological Association. Paper presentation at the University of Turin in Turin, Italy.

Applequist, J. (2013, August). Direct-to-consumer advertising: Obstacles for the aging population in association with health literacy and cognitive age. European Sociological Association. Poster presentation at the University of Turin in Turin, Italy.

Applequist, J. & Antunovic, D. (2013, May). Belieber discourses: Justin Bieber’s faith in secular and the religious markets. Beyond the Margins conference. Paper presentation at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois.

Applequist, J. (2013, March). Is it a girl or a boy? Gender reveal parties and Pinterest. Graduate Student Exhibition. Poster presentation at the Pennsylvania State University in University Park, Pennsylvania.

Applequist, J. (2013, March). Health care messages in support of eating disorder recovery:

Obtaining patient voice and having empathy. Communications Graduate Forum conference. Paper presentation at the Pennsylvania State University in University Park, Pennsylvania.

Applequist, J. (2012, December). A case study of the purple pill: How the discourse of a brand and its ideology are constructed. Cultural Studies Association of Australasia. Paper presentation at the University of Sydney in Sydney, Australia.

Applequist, J. (2012, November). The digitization of medical records and the ethical implications: How privacy concerns can be alleviated through proper attention and education. National Communication Association. Paper presentation in Orlando, Florida.

Applequist, J. (2012, November). Constructions of the patient-centered medical home’s information technology: Viewing the “patient” as “consumer.” National Communication Association. Paper presentation in Orlando, Florida.

Elavsky, M., Applequist, J., & Morar, D. (2012, March). Global communication pedagogy as hybridized collaborative engagements. The Penn State Symposium for Teaching and Learning with Technology. Co-presenter at The Pennsylvania State University in University Park, Pennsylvania.

Applequist, J. (2010, October). Direct-to-consumer advertising and health communication research. Union for Democratic Communications. Paper presentation at The Pennsylvania State University in University Park, Pennsylvania.

AWARDS AND HONORS

Favorite Penn State Professor Award. Nominated and voted by Penn State students. The Daily Collegian. The Pennsylvania State University. November 2014.

Current Nominee, The Organization for the Study of Communication, Language & Gender (OSCLG) Feminist Teacher-Mentor Award. Northern Illinois University, Department of Communication.

Nominee, The Stephen E. Lucas Debut Publication Award. The National Communication Association. 2014.

Recipient, The Harold F. Martin Graduate Assistant Outstanding Teaching Award. The Pennsylvania State University. January 2014. University-Wide teaching award.

The Marvin and Josie Krasnansky Internship Grant recipient. The Pennsylvania State University.

2008.

Outstanding Fotis Student Leader Award Recipient. The Pennsylvania State University. Fotis Leadership Program. 2006.

The New York Times Public Speaking Contest Top-Ten Finalist. The Pennsylvania State University. 2006.

INVITED TALKS



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