Session: Health Disparities as a Determinant of Latino Health
3356.0: Monday, November 17, 2003: 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
Health Disparities as a Determinant of Latino Health
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Board 1"Methods and Lessons Learned in Recruiting Latinos for a Large Randomized Cancer Screening Trial
Sally L. Tenorio, RN, BSN
Board 2Cancer Screening Among Latina Women: The Effects of Socioeconomic Status and Acculturation
Ana F. Abraído-Lanza, PhD, Charisse Y. Gates
Board 3Changing Face of the South: Latino Women in South Carolina
Myriam E. Torres, PhD, MSPH, Teresa Payne, MSPH, Ana Lopez-De Fede, PhD, MEd
Board 4Comparison of Health Insurance Coverage Among Non-Hispanic white, Non-Hispanic black, and Hispanic persons in the United States using data from the 1998-2000 National Health Interview Survey
LaJeana D. Howie, MPH, Debra Blackwell, PhD, Kenneth C. Schoendorf, MD, MPH
Board 5Drug treatment utilization among Puerto Rican drug using women residing in Puerto Rico and New York City
Tomás D. Matos, MS, Rafaela R. Robles, EdD, Sherry Deren, PhD, Héctor M. Colón, PhD, Jonny F. Andia, PhD, Juan C. Reyes, EdDc, José M. Calderón, MS, Hardeo Sahai, PhD
Board 6Family embeddedness and HIV risk behaviors among drug users in Puerto Rico
Rafaela R. Robles, EdD, Juan C. Reyes, EdDc, Héctor M. Colón, PhD, Tomás D. Matos, MS, Hardeo Sahai, PhD, C. Amalia Marrero, MPH, José M. Calderón, MS
Board 7Health needs of migrant farmworkers in Washington County, Oregon from 1999-2003
Marie Napolitano, PhD, FNP
Board 8Oppression, HIV risk, and Latino men who have sex with men: A proposed framework for social change
Gladys E. Ibañez, PhD
Board 9Pregnancy-related (PR)-infectious diseases and PR-deaths: Sentinel events in Latina immigrants
Consuelo Beck-Sague, MD, Kwame Asamoa, MD, Jeani Chang, MPH, Jenny Lay, Leo Morris
Board 10Racial/ethnic disparities in health insurance coverage: An examination of latino subpopulations
Gloria Wheatcroft, MPH, Jennifer D. Parker, PhD, Elsie R. Pamuk, PhD
Organized by:Latino Caucus
Endorsed by:Asian Pacific Islander Caucus of APHA; Community Health Planning and Policy Development; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Caucus of Public Health Workers; Public Health Education and Health Promotion; Public Health Nursing; Socialist Caucus; Spirit of 1848 Caucus

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