HINTS Reports and Materials
Books & Reports
Integrative analytic methods
using population-level cross-sectional data (2013). Moser, R. P.,
Naveed, S., Cantor, D., Blake, K. D., Rutten, L. J. F., Ramirez, A. S., Liu, B.,
& Yu, M.
Building the Evidence Base in Cancer Communication. (2011) Rutten, Hesse, Moser
& Kreps (Eds.) Creskill, NJ: Hampton Press, Inc.
Special Issue of Journal of Health Communication (2010 Dec):15;Supp3. Partners in
Progress: Informing the Practice of Health Communication Through National Surveillance.
Finney Rutten LJ, Blake K, Moser RP, Hesse BW (Guest Editors). Taylor & Francis
Special Issue of Journal of Health Communication (2006 May):11;Supp1. The Health
Information National Trends Survey (HINTS): Research from the Baseline. Hesse BW,
Moser RP Finney Rutten LJ, Kreps GL (Guest Editors). Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
Analytic Methods to Examine Changes Across Years Using HINTS 2003 & 2005 Data
A handbook that provides instructions on how to combine the data files, includes
sample SAS/SUDAAN and STATA code for carrying out the procedures
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Cancer Communication Health Information National Trends Survey 2003 and 2005
Offers a snapshot at two different points in time of how the American public (18
years and older) is responding to changes in the health information environment,
as well as a suggestive look at how the public responds within that environment
to questions about cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment
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HINTS Overview Materials
HINTS Health Information National Trends Survey Brochure
Summary brochure describing the survey, its respondents, how the data can be used,
and how HINTS helps researchers, planners, and the American public.
(updated 11/17/2014) PDF
(updated 12/2/2009) PDF
Scientific Publications Using HINTS
To see a list of peer-reviewed publications using HINTS data visit Published Articles Using HINTS Data.
HINTS Users Meeting (January 9-10, 2014)
Sponsored by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), the meeting focused on research using HINTS data and the application of HINTS research to public health and clinical care.