5012.0: Wednesday, November 15, 2000: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM

Different Models and Methods of Faith-based Interventions

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement.
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
Board 1Different models and methods for community-based services among different religious traditions in the US: An example from breast cancer initiatives - Withdrawn
Ellen M. Werner, PhD
Board 2University Collaborative Health Promotion Project in a Faith COmmunity
Cynthia L. Stone, DrPH
Board 3A Relationship Between Belief System and Well Being
Sybil D. Smith, PhD
Board 4Pastors partner with university researchers to reach African Americans to increase smart eating: PRAISE! Project (Partnership to reach African Americans to increase smart eating)
Bethany Jackson, PhD, RD, Alice Ammerman, DrPH, RD, Benita Weathers, MPH, Chanetta Washington, MPH, Joseph Paige, EdD, MDiv
Board 5Perceived household support for lifestyle changes in churchgoing African American women
Christine G. Holzmueller, Lisa R. Yanek, MPH, Judith V. Raqueñ o, BSN, Diane M. Becker, ScD, MPH
Board 6Measuring effects of health promotion interventions on lifestyle choices in the faith community: Impact of congregational nurse ministry on health behavior
Nanette Sulik, MSN, Susan Metzger, BSN
Board 7Clergy response to intimate partner violence: Beliefs, attitudes, and actions
Jill S. Andrews, MPH, Nancy Thompson, PhD, MPH, Marilyn Washburn, MD, MDiv, PhD, MPH
Board 8Meaning of faith and health in two African American urban communities
Anna Frances Z. Wenger, PhD, RN, FAAN, Keith O. Plowden, PhD, RN
Board 9A youth psychosocial assessment for victims of interpersonal violence - Withdrawn
Leslie S Zun, MD, MBA
Sponsor:Caucus on Public Health and the Faith Community
Cosponsors:Black Caucus of Health Workers; Food and Nutrition; Public Health Nursing

The 128th Annual Meeting of APHA