Session: New Developments in Reproductive Health Programs
3073.0: Monday, November 17, 2003: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
New Developments in Reproductive Health Programs
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Board 1A novel approach to adolescent HIV prevention education. Combining emergency contraception and condom education and promotion in Morelos, México: What happens to condom use and attitudes?
Dilys Walker, MD, Pilar Torres, Juan Pablo Gutierrez Reyes, MPH, Stefano Bertozzi, MD, PhD
Board 2Assessing client satisfaction: Findings of the Arkansas Medicaid Family Planning Demonstration Waiver Evaluation
Holly Felix, MPA, M. Kathryn Stewart, MD MPH, Michelle G White, H. Al McCullough, MA, Jinger Morgan, Joy Shepherd, MPH, CHES
Board 3Determinants of HIV/AIDS knowledge in China, 2000
Jiajian Chen, PhD, Shengli Chen, MD, Minja K. Choe, PhD
Board 4Development, reliability and validity of a survey assessing enabling factors and barriers to access to reproductive health care among males and recent immigrants
Andrea Nye, MPH, Roger Vaughan, DrPH, Aaron Mattfeld, BS, Lorraine Tiezzi, MS, Vaughn I Rickert, PsyD
Board 5Family violence and family planning departments; implications on reproductive health, programmatic and policy strategies, and promising practices
Linda Chamberlain, PhD, MPH, Rebecca Whiteman
Board 6HIV/AIDS prevention among transport workers: Lessons learned from peer education programs in Ethiopia
Mengistu Asnake, MD, MPH, Metiku Woldegiorgis, MD
Board 7Innovative model for incorporating hepatitis B immunizations into reproductive health care: How a large, public-hospital-based women's clinic implemented administration of hepatitis B vaccine into routine health care for high risk women
Mary Scheib, MSN, FNP, Sharon Kimball, RN, NP, Mattie Peckenham, BA, RN, Beverley Bagdorf, FNP-PAC, Jun-Ting Liu, MSN, FNP, Rebecca Jackson, MD, Charla W. Ekstrand, MS, MPA
Board 8Integrating HIV prevention into family planning clinic settings: Findings from the New England Title X needs assessment
Susan M. Grantham, MPP, Michele N. Clark, MPH, Myriam Hernandez-Jennings, MA, Carolyn S. Bill, BA, Eugenie H. Coakley, MA, MPH, Alex M. Ely, BA, Suzanne C. Theroux, MPH
Withdrawn -- Solving problems, pooling resources: Peer support for private-sector nurse-midwives in Kenya
Maj-Britt Dohlie, MA, Rose Wahome, MBA, Rose Mulindi, Richard F. Mason, MPH
Board 9Sustaining reproductive health services in Nepal through local non-governmental organizations
Gopal Nakarmi, MBA, Catharine McKaig, DrPH
Board 10Prevalence of forced sex and associated risk factors among high school students in Santa Clara County, CA
Kavita Thirumalai, MPH, Supriya Rao, MPH, Rocio G. Luna, MPH, Mohammad M Rahman, MD, DrPH, Thien-Nhien Luong, MPH, Aimee Reedy, MPH, Guadalupe S Olivas, PhD
Organized by:Population, Family Planning, and Reproductive Health
Endorsed by:Maternal and Child Health; Socialist Caucus

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