Session: Databases as Assessment, Planning and Management Tools
3334.0: Monday, November 17, 2003: 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
Databases as Assessment, Planning and Management Tools
Posters will present GIS use to aide in otreach activities, the use of electronic databases to evaluate the accuracy and completeness of electronic birth certificates and a template for development of electronic communities addressing the needs of the uninsured. An algorithm will be presented for tracking the effectiveness of the Healthy Start Coalition of Miami-Dade, Florida.
Learning Objectives: These posters will present: 1)how to provide technical assistance on the use of data to the community for HIV planning; 2)approaches to evaluate the accuracy and completeness of electronic birth certificates; and 3)database uses for evaluating community outreach effectiveness and community assessments.
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Board 1Using IMAP as a tool to examine efforts of a community health collaborative: A case study of the South Lake Health Collaborative
Karen J Williams, PhD, Jane Peranteau, PhD, Patricia Gail Bray, PhD, Ilana Reisz, MA
Board 2A regression-based model estimate of life expectancy in small area neighborhoods
Allan Halfar, MHA, Louise Celine Quesada, MPH
Withdrawn -- Developing a strategically planned evaluation component for an outcomes-based outreach initiative
Shaleen R. Hamilton
Board 3Accuracy and completeness of pregnancy history variables on Tennessee electronic birth certificate records
Derek A. Chapman, PhD, Susan J. Gonzalez, BS, Ramona Lainhart, PhD
Board 4Electronic communities: Evaluating e-collaboratives utilizing qualitative methods
Mary M Crimmins, MA, Katherine Cauley, PhD
Board 5Using Geographic Information Systems to improve community outreach efficiency and outcomes within a Community Health Center network
Andrew W Bazemore, MD, Robert L. Phillips, MD, MSPH, John Robison
Board 6Home computer ownership and internet access in a midwestern state 1996-2001: Implications for the digital divide
Whitney Randolph, PhD, MPH, Richard P. Moser, PhD, K. Viswanath, PhD
Board 7Innovative use of GIS mapping: Linking social and environmental determinants for public health program planning
Karen M. Perrin, PhD, MPH, RN, Jodi Baumgardner, BS, Jamie Robe, MS
Board 8Selecting community health assessment indicators: Collaboration, cooperation, and compromise
Thomas C. Quade, MA, MPH, Donna R. Skoda
Board 9Using epidemiologic data to make community health planning decisions
Abigail R. Averbach, MS, Jennifer A. Logan, MS, Kevin Cranston, MDiv
Organized by:Community Health Planning and Policy Development
Endorsed by:Epidemiology; Statistics

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