Innovation Theory, Health, and Public Policy

 

Implementing Community Cancer Prevention/Control Programs: A Planning Guide. Bethesda MD: National Cancer Institute, 1985

“Diffusion Systems for Education and Learning about Health” (with C. Basch and B. Portnoy). Family and Community Health. 9(2):1-26, 1986

Diffusion Systems: Structure and Design. Bethesda MD: National Cancer Institute, 1985

“The Federal Government’s Concepts of Technology: Defining and Applying Tools”. Presented to the American Psychological Association, Toronto CAN, August 1984.

“Innovation Processes Research: Implications for Public Policy” (with W.A. Hetzner and L.G. Tornatzky). IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol. EM-30, No. 2, pp. 37-39, 1983.

“Some Themes in the Interactions of Technology and Administration”. Policy Studies Journal, Vol. 11, No. 3, pp. 409-418, 1983.

“Evaluating the Implementation of Organizational Technology”. Presented to the Joint Annual Meeting of the Evaluation Research Society and the Evaluation Network, Austin, Tex., October 1981

Implementing Community Cancer Prevention/Control Programs: A Planning Guide. Bethesda MD: National Cancer Institute, 1985

The Innovation Process in Public Organizations: Some Elements of a Preliminary Model (with Everett Rogers and Constance Klepper). Report to the Division of Policy Research and Analysis, National Science Foundation. Department of Journalism, University of Michigan, 1977.

“Issues in Using the Concept of ‘Adoption’ of Innovations”. Journal of Technology Transfer. Vol. 4, No. 1: 1-14, 1979.

The Agricultural Extension Model and its Extension to Other Innovation-Diffusion Problems (with Everett Rogers and Alden Bean). Stanford University: Institute for Communication Re- search, 1976.