Latino Caucus

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

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 ()
3015.0Breast Cancer Epidemiology: Insights into Disparities ()
3037.0Innovative and responsive health promotion and education programs at the community level ()
3038.0Poster2 ()
3045.0Reducing Health Disparities: Social and Behavioral Factors in Treatment and Health Promotion ()
3062.0Breast and cervical cancer screening and education ()
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 ()
3121.0Community-Based Health Models ()
3138.0Realizing the vision and mapping the way to an open and just society ()
3151.0Domestic Violence: Successful Interventions ()
4:30 PM-6:00 PM Mon
3168.0Cancer Prevention and Control Programs in Native Populations ()
3194.0The Epidemiology of Human Rights Abuses ()
3197.1Poster Session 3 ()
3207.0Improving Pregnancy Outcomes: Determinants and Measurement Tools ()
3212.0The Impacts of Racism on the Health and Well-being of the Nation ()
3219.0Faith communities as models in eliminating health disparities in HIV/AIDS among racial, ethnic, and sexual minorities ()
7:00 PM-10:00 PM Mon
3236.0Taking Aim at Racial and Income Disparities in Mammography Screening: The North Carolina Breast Cancer Screening Program's and other Community-Based Approaches ()
8:30 PM-10:00 PM Mon
3257.0Health Care Disparities: Examples from Illinois and Massachusetts ()
3257.1Poster session - Latino Caucus ()
3257.2Low Birthweight and Very Low Birthweight Outcomes Among Latinas In Boston: An Analysis of Their Heterogeneity ()
3265.0Federal initiatives to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities in health ()
3268.0Eliminating Health Disparities: Using Personal Empowerment to Create Safe Places For Intimacy After Illness ()

Tuesday, November 14, 2000

8:30 AM-10:00 AM Tue
4021.0Immigrant and refugee Health Policy: Implications for Access, Health Status and Health Needs ()
4030.0Women's Health ()
4046.0Poster4 ()
4051.0Psychosocial and cultural factors in medical care and decision-making ()
4058.0Intimate Partner Violence and Mental Health ()
4059.0Mental health Issues in Jails and Prisons ()
4079.0Public Health Student Caucus: Oral Presentations on Education ()
4085.0Social Causes of Social Diseases ()
12:30 PM-2:00 PM Tue
4107.0Rachel Frucher Memorial Session: Culturally Competent Health Promotion in Immigrant Communities ()
4116.0Socioeconomic Status and Race: Investigating Health Disparities ()
4135.0Global Health Equity- Developing Country Findings ()
4138.0Poster Session 1 ()
4139.0The Health of the Hispanic Woman. How are we doing? ()
4153.0Public Health Student Caucus: Mentoring Program Welcome Session and Reception ()
4159.0Panel: Women’s reproductive health, gender and human rights ()
2:30 PM-4:00 PM Tue
4168.0Methods of Measuring Health Disparities ()
4176.0Reach 2010 Demonstration Project: Bruilding Effective Coalitions to Reduce Health Disparities among People of Color ()
4180.0Community Coalitions for Health Promotion: Effective Tools for Assessment, Planning, Implementation and Evaluation ()
4181.0Addressing the Needs of the Uninsured ()
4205.0Nutrition and Food Safety among Latinos: Issues for the New Millenium ()
4209.0Primary Care and Prevention for Women: Innovative Models ()
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
4252.0Development of Networks for Supporting Evaluation of Community-based Efforts to Eliminate Health Disparities ()
4276.0A North/South Dialogue on Women's Health and Social Justice: Crossing Cultural Borders with Nuestros Cuerpos Nuestras Vidas(Our Bodies Ourselves) ()
4284.0Eliminating Mental Health and Community Living Disparities ()
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 ()

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 ()
5013.0Epidemiological information on refugee and immigrants' health status: Health Disparities ()
5051.0Challenges in Organizing and Delivering Health Services to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Communities ()
5057.0Preserving reproductive health services in an era of healthcare affiliations ()
5069.0Health communication to address disparities ()
5074.0Eliminating Disparities In Health Care: Change Through Definition ()
5075.0Public Health Student Caucus: Student Poster Session ()
12:30 PM-2:00 PM Wed
5097.0Reproductive Health/Barriers To Immunization /Infant Mortality/XCultural Counselling & Nutrition/ Clinical Trial Issues ()
5113.0Health Disparities in Diabetes: Defining the Problem ()
5151.0Developing quality public health materials: Examples and advice from section award winners ()
2:30 PM-4:00 PM Wed
5183.0Health Disparities in Diabetes: Preventive Care Practices ()
5197.0Evaluating Health Needs of Refugee Populations ()
5199.0Current Initiatives Examining Health Disparities in Boston and Massachusetts ()
5200.0Priority Concerns in Lesbian Health ()
5202.0Prescription Drugs for Low-Income People: Strategies and Policy Issues Panel ()
5203.0Modern history of racial measurement and categorization: implications of the past for the future - Part 1 ()
5212.0National policy efforts to promote the health of diverse populations through culturally and linguistically appropriate services ()
4:30 PM-6:00 PM Wed
5227.0Integrated Approaches: Increasing the Participation of Latino, American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Elders and Providers in the Development of State and Local Action Plans ()
5234.0Addressing the Needs of Linguistic Minorities, Immigrants & Refugees ()
5237.0Primary Care Providers:Programs to Eliminate Disparities ()
5266.0Perinatal Care: Health Disparities and Interventions Among Minority and Underserved Populations ()
5268.0Modern history of racial measurement and categorization: Implications of the past for the future - Part 2 ()
5284.0Tune in for Health: Working with television entertainment shows and partners to deliver health information for at-risk populations ()
8:30 PM-10:00 PM Wed
5311.0Overcoming Obstacles in Global TB Control ()

Thursday, November 16, 2000

8:30 AM-10:00 AM Thu
6007.0A Day in the Community: Tour of Community Health Worker Programs in Boston ()
6030.0Health education/health promotion strategies and approaches for specific populations ()

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