Session: HIV Prevention Roundtable
3283.0: Monday, November 17, 2003: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM
HIV Prevention Roundtable
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Moderator(s):Richard Sun, MD, MPH
Table 1Endorsement of HIV/AIDS conspiracy beliefs among a national sample of African Americans
Sheryl Thorburn Bird, PhD, MPH, Laura M. Bogart, PhD
Table 2Outreach, counseling and testing: Strategies and interventions in a CDC/HRSA national HIV prevention with positives community demonstration project
Cristina Booker, MPH, Lamonte Powell, MPH, Kirsten L. Husak, MSW, Danielle German, MPH, Kama Brockmann, PhD, LCSW, Eilzabeth Davis, Magdalena Esquivel, BA, Michelle R. LLanas, BA, Damaris A. Richardson, LSW, Michael Kaplan, MA
Table 3HIV/AIDS Knowledge, Beliefs and Attitudes Among Students Attending Historical Black College and Universities
Mian B. Hossain, MSC, MHS, PhD, Rena G. Boss-Victoria, RN, APN, DrPH
Table 4HIV/STI associated risk behaviors among lesbian, gay and bisexual college students: Implications for prevention programming
Lisa L. Lindley, DrPH, Ning Lu, PhD, MPH, Thomas Nicholson, PhD, Molly B. Kerby, MS
Table 5In their own language: Designing deaf-friendly HIV prevention education materials
Toby Perlman, PhD, Raymond Rodgers, MSW, Scott C. Leon, PhD
Table 6Intervention Effect on HIV Sexual ris Behaviors Among Women with a History of Trauma and Substance Abuse
Hortensia Amaro, PhD, Annie Zhang, MPH, Michelle Belisle, Mary Jo Larson, PhD, Luz Marillis Lopez, MSW, MPH
Table 7Making every penis a healthy penis: An STD/HIV awareness social marketing campaign
Jacqueline Siller, BA, Les Pappas, MPA, Larry Hanbrook, BA, Kate Steiner, MPH, Jeffrey D. Klausner, MD, MPH
Table 8Staffing prevention with positives: Issues and strategies for recruitment and retention
Melissa Cribbin, MPH, Lawrence Bryant, MPH, Lamonte Powell, MPH, Carol Crump, MA, LMFT, Elizabeth Davis, Magdelena Esquivel, BA, Michael Kaplan, MA, Michelle R. LLanas, BA, Damaris Richardson, LSW
Table 9Unprotected sex among young gay/bisexual men (YGM) is related to their level of Internet use and patterns of online HIV-status disclosure and online safer sex communication
Gregory M. Rebchook, PhD, Susan M. Kegeles, PhD, Lance M. Pollack, PhD
Table 10Sociopolitical context of HIV prevention: Preliminary findings from the CDC Minority AIDS Inititative evaluation
Suzanne Randolph, PhD, Kevin Hylton, PhD, Lilliana Morales, Victor Ramirez
Organized by:HIV/AIDS
Endorsed by:Community Health Planning and Policy Development; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Caucus of Public Health Workers; Public Health Education and Health Promotion; School Health Education and Services
CE Credits:CME, Nursing, Pharmacy

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