Session: Cancer: Prevention and Epidemiology
5013.0: Wednesday, November 19, 2003: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
Cancer: Prevention and Epidemiology
Papers in this session will describe the State Cancer profiles web site, the importance of Program Adaptation Guidelines and the Basic Priority Rating model and how it can be applied to other health problems.
Learning Objectives: Participants will understand: 1)the State Cancer profiles web site; 2)the importance of Program Adaptation Guidelines; and 3)the Basic Priority Rating model.
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Moderator(s):John Neuberger, MBA, MPH, DrPH
8:30 AMEvaluation of an advisory board for a cervical health project
Jewel Deschamps-Gopher, Jessica VanKuiken, Adina Smith, PhD, Kari Andersen, BS, Suzanne Christopher, PhD, Alma Knows His Gun McCormick
8:42 AMPrioritizing high-risk counties for an intervention study of invasive cervical cancer in Appalachian Kentucky
Claudia Hopenhayn, MPH, PhD, Bin Huang, MS, Todd Jenkins, MPH, Angel Rubio, MA, Nancy Shoenberg, PhD, Evelyn Knight, PhD, Joyce Beaulieu, MPH, PhD, Amy Christian, MSPH
8:54 AMResearch-tested Intervention Programs (RTIPS): Moving science into programs for people
Laurie Cynkin, MHS, Cynthia Vinson, MPA, Jon Kerner, PhD
9:06 AMSetting priorities for cancer in Baltimore City
Mollie W. Howerton, PhD, MPH, Norma Fox Kanarek, PhD
9:18 AMState Cancer Profiles: Cancer statistics for states and counties made quick and easy
B. Sue Bell, PhD, Benjamin Hankey, ScD, Eric J. Feuer, PhD, Mary Hutton, MPH, CTR, Robert Uhler, MA, Phyllis A. Wingo, PhD, MS, Jon Kerner, PhD, Brenda K. Edwards, PhD
Organized by:Community Health Planning and Policy Development
CE Credits:CME, Health Education (CHES), Nursing, Pharmacy

The 131st Annual Meeting (November 15-19, 2003) of APHA