Chapin articles accepted for publication
John Chapin, associate professor of communications at Penn State Beaver, has had two articles accepted for publication. "The role of medical myth in domestic violence screening: Third-person perception in the ED" will be published in the Emergency Medical Journal. Chapin also coauthored an article, "Yes, we can! Improving medical screening for intimate partner violence through self-efficacy," which will appear in the Journal of Injury and Violence Research.
Chapin will serve as a panelist at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Convention in Denver, Colo., this summer. His topic is "Conducting externally funded communication research with social implications" for the Mass Communication and Society Division. He also is chair of the Approaches to Assessment, Internships and Careers Interest Group. While at the AEJMC Convention, he’ll present his paper, "Third-person perception and myths about crime and victims of crime."
Chapin recently completed a four-year term on Penn State’s Commission on Racial and Ethnic Diversity (CORED). He was on the Academic Issues Team which plans and holds the annual "What's Diversity Got to Do with It?" workshop for promotion and tenure.
Chapin can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-773-3877.