- DrPH - School of Public Health, UC Berkeley
- MPH - School of Public Health, UC Berkeley
- PH 201E: Public Health Interventions: Theory, Research and Practice
- PH 293: DrPH seminar
- Translational and transdisciplinary research
- Interventions theory, research, and practice
- Design Sciences and participatory design of interventions
- Health communication and health literacy research, interventions, and policy
- Parenting education interventions
- Patient and community engagement in health and healthcare
- Oral health, nutrition, food security, and hunger
Linda Neuhauser is Clinical Professor of Community Health Sciences at UC Berkeley and Co-Principal Investigator at the Health Research for Action center. My research and teaching are focused on transdisciplinary, translational, and participatory approaches to improve large-scale health interventions and policies. I have a special interest in collaborative design and evaluation of mass communication that meets people's literacy, language, cultural, access, and other needs.
My current projects include: participatory design of wellness interventions for migrant factory workers in China, parenting education in the U.S. and Australia, co-creation and evaluation of health information for patients and the lay public, patient engagement under healthcare reform, statewide oral health programs, and transforming communication with Medicaid beneficiaries.
Neuhauser, L. (2018) Practical and scientific foundations of transdisciplinary research and action. In: D. Fam, L. Neuhauser and P. Gibbs. (Eds.) Collaborative Research and Collective Learning: Transdisciplinary research and practice. Springer Press.
Neuhauser L., Wang, X., Hong, Y., Sun, X., Zong, Z., Shu, X., Mao, J., Lee E.W., Aibe, S. (2018). Collaborative research and action: The China Worker Wellness Project. In: D. Fam, L. Neuhauser and P. Gibbs. (Eds.) Collaborative Research and Collective Learning: Transdisciplinary research and practice. Springer Press.
Neuhauser, L. Integrating participatory design and health literacy to improve research and interventions. Information Services & Use. 2017;37:153-176. Available online.
Neuhauser, L., Pohl, C. Integrating Transdisciplinary and Translational Concepts and Methods into Graduate Education. In: In P.T. Gibbs (Ed.) (2014). A transdisciplinary study of higher education and professional identity. New York: Springer.
Neuhauser, L. (2016). Using participatory design to improve large-scale food literacy. In: L. Pray (Ed). Food Literacy: How Do Communications and Marketing Impact Consumer Knowledge, Skills, and Behavior? National Academies of Sciences, Medicine and Engineering. (pp. 102-107). Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.
Neuhauser, L., Kreps, G.L., Morrison, K., Athanasoulis, M., Kirienko, N., & Van Brunt, D. Using design science and artificial intelligence to improve health communication: ChronologyMD case example. Patient Education and Counseling. Available online 29 May 2013.
Neuhauser, L. and Paul, K. (2011). Readability, comprehension and usability. In: Communicating Risks and Benefits: An Evidence-Based User’s Guide. Silver Spring, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Bethesda MD: Food and Drug Administration.