Session: Methodological and Programmatic Challenges in Reproductive Health
4300.0: Tuesday, November 18, 2003: 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
Poster
Methodological and Programmatic Challenges in Reproductive Health
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Withdrawn -- Abortion Seeking Behavior Among Nigerian Women
Akinrinola Bankole, Muyiwa Oladosu, Susheela Singh, PhD, Rubina Hussain
Board 1Using quality indicators to evaluate STI care in Family PACT, (Planning, Access, Care and Treatment), a comprehensive family planning reproductive health care program
Laura Packel, MPH, JM Chow, DrPH, Jan Treat, PHN, MN, John Mikanda, MD, MPH, Gail Bolan, MD
Board 2An analysis of the extent and factors associated with domestic violence in Amman, Jordan: A case of gender-based violence
Cari Jo Clark, MPH
Board 3Effect of men's and couples' gender beliefs on women's health in Bangladesh
Lisa M Bates, SM, Sidney Schuler, PhD, Farzana Islam, PhD, Joanna Maselko
Board 4Training healthcare providers about the family planning and reproductive health needs of clients with HIV: Results of an e-mail course
Natalie Maier, Jean Anderson, MD, Emmanuel O Otolorin, MD, Linda Tietjen, Theresa C. Norton, MBA
Board 5Incremental interventions: A distance-learning program to achieve large-scale programmatic change
Carlos Brambila, PhD, Felipe Lopez, Dr, Julio Garcia Colindres, Dr
Board 6Production of educative materials for young people in Mozambique: Discussing lifestyle choices
Cecilia Simonetti, Rita Badiani, MPH, Jorge Matine, Jorgen Ramussen, Cecilia Bilale, Gwyn Hainsworth, MEd
Board 7Risk of pregnancy and external validity in clinical trials of emergency contraception
Kelly Blanchard, MSc, Charlotte Ellertson, MPA, PhD, Katrina Abuabara
Board 8Self concepts as mediators between social context and sexual behavior among urban adolescents in Norway
Ann Valle, MPH, E. R°ysamb, Phd
Board 9Who Owns the Science? Teaching Contraceptive Technology to Leaders from Diverse Disciplines and Countries
Signy Judd, MPH, Tracy Weitz, MPA, Felicia Stewart, MD, Esther Tahrir, MPH
Board 10Reducing maternal death among war-affected populations using evidence-based interventions
Henia Dakkak, MD, MPH
Organized by:Population, Family Planning, and Reproductive Health
Endorsed by:Maternal and Child Health; Socialist Caucus; Women's Caucus

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