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CHIBE faculty are frequent contributors and sources in the media. Hear what they have to say in some of the latest news reports and blogs.

Penn Today: To Reduce Medical Errors, Connect Doctors With Other Doctors

August 3, 2023

Time: A Hive Mind of Doctors Can Mean Better Care for Patients

July 26, 2023

Harvard Business Review: To Implement Change, You Don’t Need to Convince Everyone at Once

May 11, 2023

Nieman Lab: What Makes an Election Rumor Go Viral? Look at These 10 Factors

October 25, 2022

Precision Vaccinations: HIV Vaccine Acceptance Depends on Behavioral and Clinical Success

May 30, 2022

LA Times: Medical bias can be deadly. Our research found a way to curb it.

November 30, 2021

The Mirage News: Clinician peer networks remove race and gender bias

November 15, 2021

WebMD Health News: Leaked Documents Show Facebook Put Profit Before Public Good

November 8, 2021

The Washington Post: Jennifer Aniston and other celebrities endorse vaccines. Experts say their pleas may not help.

August 8, 2021

The New York Times: How to Get Things Done When You Don’t Want to Do Anything

July 29, 2021

Fast Company: Want to go viral? Influencers won’t be much help if you’re trying to spread a complex idea

July 22, 2021

Cosmos Magazine: Under the (social) influence: Behavioural change comes from the periphery of society – not from influencers

July 20, 2021

Penn News Release: Study finds surprise source of social influence

July 20, 2021

Annenberg School for Communication: Damon Centola Publishes New Book on Behavior Change

January 19, 2021

Annenberg School for Communication: Why Independent Cultures Think Alike When It Comes to Categories – It’s Not in the Brain Damon Centola

January 12, 2021

Weekly Roundup of COVID-19 Coverage from CHIBE Faculty

April 8, 2020