Heather Carmack
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Knock, knock; who’s there? Making sense of organizational entrance through humor
SN Heiss, HJ Carmack
Management Communication Quarterly 26 (1), 106-132, 2012
502012
Narrative constructions of health care issues and policies: The case of President Clinton’s apology-by-proxy for the Tuskegee syphilis experiment
HJ Carmack, BR Bates, LM Harter
Journal of Medical Humanities 29 (2), 89-109, 2008
382008
“You never forget your first mistake”: Nursing socialization, memorable messages, and communication about medical errors
CM Noland, HJ Carmack
Health Communication 30 (12), 1234-1244, 2015
272015
“It May Not Be Pretty, But It's Honest”: Examining Parental Grief on the Callapitter Blog
JM DeGroot, HJ Carmack
Death Studies 37 (5), 448-470, 2013
262013
“What happens on the van, stays on the van”: the (re) structuring of privacy and disclosure scripts on an Appalachian mobile health clinic
HJ Carmack
Qualitative health research 20 (10), 1393-1405, 2010
222010
Managing the tension of in (ter) dependence: Communication and the socialization of first-year college students
A Smith, H Carmack, B Titsworth
Journal of The First-Year Experience & Students in Transition 18 (2), 83-109, 2006
222006
Bearing witness to the ethics of practice: storying physicians' medical mistake narratives
HJ Carmack
Health Communication 25 (5), 449-458, 2010
192010
“He's really setting an example”: Student contributions to the learning environment
GJ Galanes, HJ Carmack
Communication Studies 64 (1), 49-65, 2013
182013
Exploiting loss?: Ethical considerations, boundaries, and opportunities for the study of death and grief online
HJ Carmack, JM Degroot
OMEGA-Journal of Death and Dying 68 (4), 315-335, 2014
172014
Social and tertiary health identities as argument in the DSM-V Asperger's/Autism debate
HJ Carmack
Western Journal of Communication 78 (4), 462-479, 2014
162014
Home sweet home: The role of the forensics squadroom in team socialization and identification
HJ Carmack, TT Holm
National Forensic Journal 23 (2), 32-53, 2005
152005
Stress, Burnout, Job Satisfaction, and Intent to Leave Among Collegiate Forensic Educators.
HJ Carmack, TT Holm
National Forensic Journal 31 (1), 2013
132013
Mobilizing a narrative of generosity: patient experiences on an urban mobile health clinic
HJ Carmack, Z Bouchelle, Y Rawlins, J Bennet, C Hill, NE Oriol
Communication Quarterly 65 (4), 419-435, 2017
112017
Healing the healer: Stress and coping strategies in the field of temporary medical work
MS Vorell, HJ Carmack
Health communication 30 (4), 398-408, 2015
112015
Blogging as a means of grieving
JM DeGroot, HJ Carmack
Blogging in the global society: Cultural, political and geographical aspects …, 2012
112012
Structuring and disciplining apology: A structurational analysis of health care benevolence laws
HJ Carmack
Qualitative Research Reports in Communication 11 (1), 6-13, 2010
112010
Narrativizing nursing students’ experiences with medical errors during clinicals
CM Noland, HJ Carmack
Qualitative health research 25 (10), 1423-1434, 2015
102015
A cycle of redemption in a medical error disclosure and apology program
HJ Carmack
Qualitative health research 24 (6), 860-869, 2014
102014
International students, university health centers, and memorable messages about health
HJ Carmack, S Bedi, SN Heiss
Journal of International Students 6 (1), 52-72, 2016
92016
Changing lanes and changing lives: The shifting scenes and continuity of care of a mobile health clinic
LM HARTER, K DEARDORFF, P KENNISTON
Emerging Perspectives in Health Communication, 323-344, 2009
92009
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