5181.0: Wednesday, November 15, 2000: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM

Evaluating Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Policies and Strategies

The panel presentations will provide an array of evaluations and their impact on policy
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement.
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
Facilitator(s):Pat L. McLaine, RN, MPH
Organizer(s):Nancy Tips
2:30 PMComparison of lead dust reduction techniques on hard surfaces: The New Jersey Assessment of Cleaning Techniques Study (NJACT)
David Q. Rich, MPH, George G. Rhoads, MD, MPH, Lih-Ming Yiin, PhD, Zhipeng Bai, PhD, Junfeng Zhang, PhD
2:45 PMEffectiveness of environmental services provided to the residences of incident children with blood lead levels of 20mcg/dL or greater
Isabel A. Caceres, Christine Silva, Paul Hunter
3:00 PMEffects of lead hazard control interventions on blood lead levels
Scott Clark, PhD, CIH, Warren Galke, PhD, Paul Succop, PhD, Sherry Dixon, PhD, Mei Chen, PhD, Pat McLaine, RN, MPH
3:15 PMEvaluation of the efficacy of Maryland's required independent visual inspection to determine completion of prescribed lead hazard reduction treatments
Jack Anderson, Jill Breysse, CIH, Sherry Dixon, PhD, Warren Galke, PhD, Jonathan Wilson
3:30 PMInadequacy of Secondary Prevention of Childhood Lead Poisoning
Don Weiss, MD, MPH
Cosponsors:School Health Education and Services; Social Work

The 128th Annual Meeting of APHA