The 130th Annual Meeting of APHA

Women's Caucus

NOTE: Sessions listed in italics have been organized by another section, SPIG, or caucus but are endorsed by Women's Caucus.

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Monday, November 11, 2002

8:30 AM-10:00 AM Mon
3070.0State of the Art School Health Curricula (Roundtable)
3074.0Women's Health: An View Across the Lifespan (Poster)
3075.0Menopause-Life Transition and Gateway (Oral)
10:30 AM-12:00 PM Mon
3091.0Shining light on the shadows: Exposing hidden truths about violence, abuse, and rape among Asian Americans (Oral)
3094.0Diabetes & Women's Health Initiative: Recommendations for Public Health Action (Panel Discussion)
3126.0Abortion Issues around the World (Oral)
3130.0Welfare Reform and Women's Health (Oral)
3133.0Integrative session (NEW): "Latin American Social Medicine And The Quest For Social Justice & Public Health: Linking History, Data, And Pedagogy" (Oral)
3135.0Integrating Gender-Based Violence Responses into Health Care Settings: U.S. Based and Developing World Examples (Oral)
12:30 PM-2:00 PM Mon
3141.0Issues in Health Disparities (Oral)
3148.0Refugee and Immigrant Health Policy: History, Practice, and Challenges (Oral)
3174.0Reducing HIV Risks: Profligates, Prostitutes, Penitents, Professionals, and Pupils (Poster)
3185.0Adolescent Health Issues (Poster)
3197.0War and Public Health (Oral)
3201.0Religious Restrictions and Reproductive Health Services: How Can We Protect Patients' Rights and Access to Services? (Oral)
3203.0Employing Lay Health Advisors as Change Agents in Community-Based Health Promotion Programs (Poster)
3214.0Preventing AIDS/HIV: Are Women Free to Protect Themselves? (Oral)
2:30 PM-4:00 PM Mon
3224.0Sampling the Public: Identifying and Understanding the Concerns of the Public's Health (Oral)
3225.0Design and Evaluation of Interventions with Homeless Families (Oral)
3251.0Topics in Reproductive Health (Oral)
3261.0Womens Health Contributed Papers: Promoting Screening in Vulnerable Populations of Women: Role of Provider-Patient Communication (Oral)
3269.0Abortion Services in the United States (Oral)
3278.0Politics of public health data session: "Measuring & monitoring social inequalities in health in the United States" (Oral)
3281.0“Trafficking” and Public Health: Moving Beyond the Headlines (Oral)
4:30 PM-6:00 PM Mon
3300.0Community Based Participatory Research Methods (Oral)
3339.0History session: "Live from the City of Sisterly & Brotherly Love: The Founding Mothers and Fathers of Public Health & Social Justice" (Oral)
8:30 PM-10:00 PM Mon
3342.0Special Populations - What People Do (Oral)
3349.0Community Organizing For Public Health: What Strategies Worked? (Oral)
3350.0Women and HIV: Access, Children, Corrections, and IDU (Oral)
3361.0Outreach Strategies in Cancer Prevention (Oral)

Tuesday, November 12, 2002

8:00 AM-10:30 AM Tue
4000.0Helen Rodriguez-Trias Breakfast - Latino Caucus (Oral)
8:30 AM-10:00 AM Tue
4068.0Health Communication Messages Used in Infectious and Chronic Disease Prevention Among Youth, Women, and General Population (Poster)
4078.0Progressive pedagogy session: ": Distance Education - Promise or Peril?... A Critical Analysis" (Oral)
4080.0Helping Cancer Survivors to Live with Joy (Oral)
12:30 PM-2:00 PM Tue
4091.0Outreach and Treatment Services for Women Poster Session (Poster)
4099.1Maternal and Child Health Issues (Oral)
4149.0Medical Care Section Solicited Papers #3: Some Requisites of an Effective Universal Health Care Plan (Oral)
4166.0Poster session (NEW!): "Social Justice & Public Health: Student Posters" (Poster)
4170.0Effective Activism for Change (Oral)
2:30 PM-4:00 PM Tue
4175.0Alternative and Complementary Therapies in Women's Health (Oral)
4176.0Health Communications in Native Communities (Oral)
4177.1Cultural boundaries, not cultural barriers: Contextual strategies for breast and cervical cancer intervention among Asian American and Pacific Islander women (Oral)
4178.0Organ Donation and Transplantation: Is this a Public Health Issue? (Oral)
4190.1The "Medical Police": Autonomy and Paternalism in Public Health (Oral)
4213.0Effects of Disasters, Trauma, and War on Children's Mental Health (Oral)
4220.0Emergency Contraception in the United States (Oral)
4232.0I: Sex, Violence and Disease in Little Girls (Oral)
4:30 PM-6:00 PM Tue
4236.0Tobacco Control and the Liberal State: Legal, Ethical, and Policy Issues (Oral)
4239.0Mental Health Issues (Oral)
4244.0The Influence of Stress On the Health of the African American Family (Oral)
4285.0Popular Education for Workers H&S: Analysis of Past, Innovations and Challenges for the Future (Part 2) (Oral)
4291.0Men As Partners: International Perspectives (Oral)
4311.0J: Social Aspects of Social Diseases (STD's) (Oral)
8:30 PM-10:00 PM Tue
4324.0Sexually At Risk: Understanding Sexual Risk Behaviors of Adolescents (Oral)
4326.0Join the Conversation: Women's Health Roundtables (Roundtable)

Wednesday, November 13, 2002

8:30 AM-10:00 AM Wed
5014.0Assessing Disparities in Health Status and Health Care for Immigrants and Refugees in the United States (Oral)
5074.0Older Women: Sex, Violence, and Brittle Bones (Oral)
12:30 PM-2:00 PM Wed
5112.0Violence Against Women: Current Research (Oral)
5117.0Lesbian and Bisexual Women's Health and Access to Healthcare (Oral)
5120.0Translating Research into Action: Evidence Based Interventions to Prevent Smoking During Pregnancy and Prematurity (Oral)
5142.0L. After the Storm: Women Surviving Violence (Oral)
2:30 PM-4:00 PM Wed
5163.0Special Topics in Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology: Data for Programs and Policy Making (Oral)
5176.0Violence Against Women: Issues in Intervention (Oral)
5205.0The Female Condom: Is it Working? (Oral)

The 130th Annual Meeting of APHA