Session: Providing Services for Children and Adolescents
3338.0: Monday, November 17, 2003: 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
Providing Services for Children and Adolescents
This sesssion describes an number of methods, including use of a web-based data system to keep track of, and identify those in need of immunizations. A description of a community-based model for identifying uninsured children with special needs will be presented.
Learning Objectives: This session presents: 1)approaches to increasing immunization levels; and 2)the potention effects of deprivation on immunization uptake.
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Moderator(s):Effie Hubbard Ruggles, MPH
4:30 PMChildhood immunisation uptake in relation to deprivation and local practices
Rachael Stupart, Carole A. Morris, Janet Stevenson, Dr, Dermot Gorman, Janet Murray, Dr
4:42 PMEffective collaboration to improve childhood immunization rates
Andrea S. Doughty, PhD, Catherine S. Vos, MS/MPH, RN
4:54 PMNeeds assessment and asset inventory of adolescents in the Boys and Girls Club of San Francisco
Leslie Wilson, PhD, Vicky Siauw, Sharon Youmans, PharmD, Laleh Javanbakht
5:06 PMSystem change agents: Evaluating a community-wide initiative that promotes system changes in services and programs for young children and families
Janis Burger, RD, MPH, Serena Clayton, PhD, Teddy Milder, PNP, PHN, Jane Wellenkamp, PhD
5:18 PMTelemedicine connections between community health centers and Florida’s Title V services: A model for serving uninsured children with special health care needs in underserved communities
Lise M. Youngblade, PhD, Phyllis Sloyer, MPA, PhD, Donna H Wegener, MA, Elizabeth G. Serow, PhD, MPH, Elizabeth A. Shenkman, PhD, John A. Nackashi, MD, Sanjeev Y Tuli, MD
Organized by:Community Health Planning and Policy Development
Endorsed by:Maternal and Child Health; Population, Family Planning, and Reproductive Health; Public Health Education and Health Promotion
CE Credits:CME, Health Education (CHES), Nursing, Pharmacy

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