Session: Children's Environmental Health & Vulnerable Populations Poster Session - Childhood Lead Poisoning
3027.0: Monday, November 17, 2003: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
Children's Environmental Health & Vulnerable Populations Poster Session - Childhood Lead Poisoning
This session contains contributed posters on childhood lead poisoning, including risk factors, screening, environmental investigation and hazard reduction.
Learning Objectives: At the end of this session, participants will be aware of: 1. factors associated with declines in children's blood lead; 2. factors associated with physician practices related to lead screening; 3. approaches for reduction of exposure to lead hazards in soil and housing; and 4. the components of a comprehensive lead hazard reduction program.
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Organizer(s):Laureen Burton
Kevin Delaney, MPH
Robyn Gilden, RN, MS
Rebecca Love
Kevin McNally, MBA
Wendy J. Blumenthal, MPH
Board 1Chronic Lead Intoxication in a 4-year old child caused by prolonged exposure
Geert van Waveren, MD MPH, Tessa Ververs
Board 2Factors associated with blood lead level decline rates in children 0-6 years old
Kristina M Zierold, PhD, MS, Henry Anderson, MD
Board 3Prevalence of childhood lead poisoning in rural Minnesota
Erik W. Zabel, PhD, MPH, Myron Falken, PhD, Michele Sonnabend, PHN, Daniel Symonik, PhD
Board 4Analysis of soil lead levels in a historic district of south central Kentucky city
Robert J Cummins, BS, MPH, Rodney G. Handy, PhD, CIH, Marilyn M. Gardner, PhD, Dennis George, PhD
Board 5Lead screening and lead poisoning in Medicaid and commercially insured children enrolled in the same managed care organization
Christen O'Haire, BA, Lynne M. Dansereau, MSPH, Peter Simon, MD MPH, Patrick M. Vivier, MD, PhD
Board 6Medi-Cal Funded Provision of Environmental Education and Universal Lead Screening in Prenatal Patients Seen in Primary Care Clinics, Monterey County, California
Margaret A. Handley, PhD, Eric D Sanford, MD, Celeste Hall, RN, Mary Croughan, PhD
Board 7Childhood lead screening performance in Medi-Cal Managed Care plans
Linda Rudolph, MD, MPH
Board 8Bedford Stuyvesant Healthy Homes Initiative: A low-cost approach to reducing childhood health and safety hazards found in the home
Deborah Deitcher, Susan Klitzman, Jack Caravanos, Laura Rothenberg, Candice Belanoff, Rachel A. Kramer, Rosario Vera
Withdrawn -- Bone lead levels of Korean adults measured by K X-ray fluorescence
Rokho Kim, MD DrPH, Hyun Kim, Sung Kyun Park, MPH, Sang Woo Tak, MPH, Howard Hu, MD, ScD
Withdrawn -- Results of the NYC Lead Based Paint Hazard Reduction Program, 1997-2000
Withdrawn -- Tennessee Healthcare Provider Childhood Lead Poisoning Practice Survey
Karen A. Lowry, PhD, MPH, CHES
Organized by:Environment
Endorsed by:Epidemiology; Latino Caucus; Maternal and Child Health

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