Session: Services and Health Promotion Influencing Lifestyle Changes
4023.0: Tuesday, November 18, 2003: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
Services and Health Promotion Influencing Lifestyle Changes
Posters in this session will present HRSA's six themes for quality management of HIV/AIDS programs, case management services for those with HIV, improving vaccine uptake for hepatits B. Healthy lifestyles including improvement of environmental spaces for recreation, positive effects of counseling and other measures to reduce health disparities will be presented.
Learning Objectives: Posters will: 1)identify and describe HRSA's six themes for quality management of HIV/AIDS programs; 2)identify impediments to health care access across minority populations; and 3)recognize the impact of case management services for HIV infected individuals.
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Board 1State legislature’s attention to cancer control: An examination of cancer-related resolutions
Regina el Arculli, MA, Jamie F. Chriqui, PhD, MHS, Lisa Lineberger, David Z. Cohen, MPP
Board 2A comprehensive approach, methods and tools used in a statewide evaluation of quality management activities for HIV/AIDS patient care programs
Judith A. Bassett, EdD; MHA, Andrea J Davis, Ed D, David W. Poole
Board 3A health promotion paradigm on closing the gap towards reducing racial and ethnic disparities in local communities in Florida
Rosebud Foster, EdD, Melvin Herring, MS, Betty L. Smith, MEd
Board 4Cost evaluation of vaccination strategy to prevent vertical mother-to-child Hepatitis B transmission
Nalini abraham, Mohit sahani, Kapil Jindal, Kumudha aruldas, Jacob M Puliyel
Board 5Innovative community-based approaches to promote cardiovascular health
David S. Bang, MPH, CHES
Board 6Identifying missed opportunities for treatment of patients with TB disease in Harlem, NY
Yael Hirsch-Moverman, MPH, Debargha Sanyal, MPH, Paul W. Colson, PhD, Wafaa M. El-Sadr, MD, MPH
Board 7Improving hepatitis B vaccine uptake in men who have sex with men in the United States: Translating research into public health practice
Leland J Yee, MPH, PhD(c), Scott D. Rhodes, PhD, MPH, CHES
Board 8Receipt of case management services is associated with improved health status and increased use of health services among a probability-based sample of HIV-infected urban poor
Grant Colfax, MD, Herminia Palacio, MD, MPH, Annemarie Heineman, JD, David Guzman, MSPH, Misty Schultz, Andrew R Moss, PhD, David Bangsberg, MD
Board 9Selected factors contributing to HIV therapy failure among African Americans in Baltimore City Living With HIV: Implications for public health policy
Martine Etienne, MPH
Board 10Networks of support: After-abortion counseling talkline provides linkages to community health resources and social services
Aspen Baker, Taylor A. Haas, MSc, Yvette P. Cuca, MPH, MIA
Organized by:Community Health Planning and Policy Development
Endorsed by:Chiropractic Health Care; Public Health Education and Health Promotion

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