Katherine Clegg Smith, PhD, MA, is a sociologist who examines health experiences and health communication, with a research focus on cancer and chronic disease.
Experiences & Accomplishments
Honors & Awards
- Smith, K.C. Welding, K. ,Kleb, C. Washington, C. and Cohen, J. (2018). English on cigarette packs from six non-Anglophone low and middle-income countries. International Journal of Public Health. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00038-018-1164-9
- Smith, K. C., Klassen, A. C., Coa, K. I., & Hannum, S. M. (2016). The salience of cancer and the “survivor” identity for people who have completed acute cancer treatment: a qualitative study. Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 10(3), 457-466.
- Tolbert, E., Bowie, J., Snyder, E., Bantug, E., and Smith, K.C. (2017). A qualitative exploration of the experiences, needs and roles of caregivers during and after cancer treatment: “That’s what I say. I’m a relative survivor”. Journal of Cancer Survivorship. 12(1): 134-144.
- Smith, K.C., Washington, C., Brown, J., Vadnais, A., Kroart, L., Ferguson, J., Cohen, J.E. (2015). The Tobacco Pack Surveillance System (TPackSS): A protocol for assessing health warning compliance, design features and appeals of tobacco packs sold in low-and middle-income countries. Journal of Medical Internet Research Public Health and Surveillance. 1(2): e8.
- Smith, K.C., Manganello, J., Roberts, K., Clark, R. and McKenzie, L. (2020). News coverage of pediatric injury research: maternal understanding and engagement. Journal of Communication in Healthcare.