Black Caucus of Health Workers

NOTE: Sessions listed in italics have been organized by another section, SPIG, or caucus but are cosponsored by Black Caucus of Health Workers.

Monday, November 13, 2000

12:30 PM-2:00 PM Mon
3008.0Addressing the underrepresentation of monorities with Masters and Doctorate Credentials to solve problems of disparity ()
3062.0Breast and cervical cancer screening and education ()
3063.0Community-based strategies to prevent violence ()
3064.0Successful community health promotion and improvement models ()
3065.0Poster session I: Tailoring health communication to specific audiences ()
2:30 PM-4:00 PM Mon
3090.0Cultural Competence/SocialMarketing: Models of Research/ Health Service Delivery ()
3092.0Past Presidents' Forum: The Role of the Faith Community in Addressing Race & Ethnic Health Disparities ()
3138.0Realizing the vision and mapping the way to an open and just society ()
3139.0Issues and strategies for promoting health in worksite settings ()
3140.0Photovoice: A grassroots tool for communication and policy advocacy ()
3141.0Chronic disease intervention research ()
3147.0Race/ethnicity and the Year 2000 census: implications for public health data (part 1) ()
4:30 PM-6:00 PM Mon
3171.0National Seminar on Black Women in the Health Profession ()
3172.0Addressing health concerns affecting the African American Youth ()
3219.0Faith communities as models in eliminating health disparities in HIV/AIDS among racial, ethnic, and sexual minorities ()
3220.0Poster session II: Delivering effective health education/health promotion programs ()
3221.0Poster session III: Strategies and approaches for promoting children's health ()
3222.0Innovative health education/health promotion strategies for diverse populations ()
3230.0Race/ethnicity and the Year 2000 census: implications for public health data (part 2) ()
8:30 PM-10:00 PM Mon
3265.0Federal initiatives to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities in health ()

Tuesday, November 14, 2000

8:30 AM-10:00 AM Tue
4018.0D.C's Women Health Initiative:Strategies for Change/ Issues of Cancer Screening, Diabetes and HIV AIDS Among African American Populations/ Religiosity in Coping & Healing ()
4020.0REACH 2010: Successfully Engaging Faith Communities ()
4071.0Promoting adolescent health ()
4072.0Environmental health risk communication and research ()
4073.0Identity, branding, and positioning for public health organizations and programs: Why, how-to, and case studies ()
4082.0Teaching social justice in public health: progressive pedagogy in action ()
12:30 PM-2:00 PM Tue
4105.0Addressing Health Concerns Affecting African American Men ()
2:30 PM-4:00 PM Tue
4176.0Reach 2010 Demonstration Project: Bruilding Effective Coalitions to Reduce Health Disparities among People of Color ()
4178.0Understanding How Religiosity Influences Health ()
4223.0Part I: Understanding and addressing bias and its impacts on health disparities: From everyday affronts to institutional racism and hate crimes ()
4224.0Community health promotion and network building: NHLBI's performance-based strategies to eliminate cardiovascular health disparities by 2010 ()
4:30 PM-6:00 PM Tue
4246.0Integrated Approaches: Assurance of African American Elders and Providers Participation in the Development of State and Local Action Plans ()
4247.0Training and education of public health practitioners working with African-American populations ()
4247.1Late Breaker Session: Cities and Welfare Reform - Public Health Implications ()
4290.0Part II: Understanding and addressing bias and its impacts on health disparities: From everyday affronts to institutional racism and hate crimes ()
4291.0HIV/AIDS prevention ()
8:30 PM-10:00 PM Tue
4323.0Contemporary issues in health education standards and practice: A review of the landscape in the 21st century ()
4324.0Promoting effective health education through community involvement ()

Wednesday, November 15, 2000

8:30 AM-10:00 AM Wed
5010.0Training of the Emerging Majority for the Elimination of Health Disparities: Curricular Issues in the Training of Public Health Professionals ()
5012.0Different Models and Methods of Faith-based Interventions ()
5069.0Health communication to address disparities ()
5070.0Poster session VII: Preventing and reducing risks to sexual health ()
12:30 PM-2:00 PM Wed
5097.0Reproductive Health/Barriers To Immunization /Infant Mortality/XCultural Counselling & Nutrition/ Clinical Trial Issues ()
5153.0Poster session VIII: Health communication through mass media and new technology ()
2:30 PM-4:00 PM Wed
5175.0Innovative Strategies in Faith-Based Health Promotion ()
5211.0Information technologies and health: when the divide is more than digital ()
5212.0National policy efforts to promote the health of diverse populations through culturally and linguistically appropriate services ()
4:30 PM-6:00 PM Wed
5229.0Use of Economic, Ethnic and Other Sociological Measures in Public Health Research/Models for program evaluation and behavioral research ()
5282.0Promoting a Balanced Research Agenda to Inform Health Disparities: Moving Beyond Individually-Based Determinants of Health ()
5284.0Tune in for Health: Working with television entertainment shows and partners to deliver health information for at-risk populations ()
5285.0Poster session IX: Tailoring and targeting health promotion programs to older populations ()
5286.0Poster session X: Developing and evaluating health education programs, approaches, and materials ()
8:30 PM-10:00 PM Wed
5318.0Training and educating health education, health promotion, and health communication professionals of the future ()

Thursday, November 16, 2000

8:30 AM-10:00 AM Thu
6004.0Critical Issues in Engaging the Faith Community ()
6028.0Violence prevention strategies ()
6029.0Cancer prevention and screening ()
6030.0Health education/health promotion strategies and approaches for specific populations ()

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