3227.0: Monday, November 13, 2000: 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

Poster I: Student Posters: Adolescent problems and school health services

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement.
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
Presider(s):Deitra E. Wengert, PhD, CHES
Board 1Diabetes 101: A program to increase diabetes knowledge among school teachers
Julie A. Frank
Board 2Prevalence and impact of asthma in selected Southeastern Virginia public schools
Nermina Nakas, MD, Cynthia Kelly, MD, Gretchen LeFever, PhD, Ardythe Morrow, PhD
Board 3School-based mental health curriculum for grades K-12: Building protective factors through cultural and social awareness
Ivette Becerra-Ortiz, MPH, Rene Alejandro Ortega, MPH
Board 4Assessment of sight and hearing protection use in high school vocational, industrial and technical education programs
John Michael Williams, MD, MPH, David H. Garabrant, MD, MPH
Board 5Professional volunteer participation in school-based Hepatitis B immunization programs
Hayley D Mark, RN, MPH, Verna G. Conklin, RN, BSN, Margaret C. Wolfe, RN, CMSN
Board 6Students, parents and teachers' knowledge, attitude and practices towards bullying: Example of seven Southern Illinois rural county grade schools
Peggy Stockdale, PhD, Saidou Hangadoumbo, MD, MPH, David Duys, PhD, Karl Larson, Paul Sarvela, PhD
Board 7An evaluation of the Baby Think it Over program among middle school and high school students across North Carolina - Withdrawn
Linda Lively Scott, RN, BSN, Lynne Robinson Tingle, PhD, Mark D. Greemon
Board 8The correlation of curriculum recall and intervention activities in a classroom-based HIV and pregnancy study
Pamela K. Cupp, MA, Angela Ebreo, PhD, Courtney B. Clay, MA, Rick S. Zimmerman, PhD
Board 9Implications of the global epidemic of access to care for school health educators
Sandra N. Beebe, MSinEd, Thomas H. Beebe, PhD, Mark J. Kittleson, PhD
Sponsor:School Health Education and Services
Cosponsors:Food and Nutrition

The 128th Annual Meeting of APHA