Session: Environment Section Student Award Poster Session
3029.1: Monday, November 17, 2003: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
Poster
Environment Section Student Award Poster Session
This session constitutes the Environment Sectionís Student Achievement Poster session. Ten finalists were selected from papers submitted by students who elected to be considered for the sectionís Student Achievement Award. The abstracts selected for this session will provide information on environmental health advocacy, the use of GIS and spatial analyses, identify sources of lead exposure and how behaviors and socioeconomic factors are all related to environmental public health concerns.
Learning Objectives: At the end of this session participants will be able to: 1. Effectively engage nurses and nursing students in environmental advocacy. 2. Describe the utility of spatial analyses and GIS to understand environmental health. 3. Understand how behaviors, social norms, and socioeconomic factors can affect environmental concerns. 4. Identify and categories the differences in sources of lead exposure for Hispanic and non-Hispanic children.
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Organizer(s):Robin Lee, MPH
Presider(s):Robin Lee, MPH
Board 1Nurses and environmental health: An approach to advocacy training
Pamela Ortner, BSN, RN, COHN-S, Brenda Afzal, MS, RN
Board 2A framework for strengthening the role of public health at contaminated sites
Roni Neff, ScM, Thomas A. Burke, PhD, MPH, Kristen Chossek, MPH, Nga L. Tran, DrPH, MPH
Board 3A Theory-Based Evaluation of an Arsenic Well Testing Program
Dolores J. Severtson, MS, RN
Board 4Ozone air pollution and stage of change status for alternative transportation: A behavioral theory approach
Lynn Ott, MS, Robin Rager, PhD
Board 5Differences in sources of lead exposure for Hispanic and non-Hispanic childhood lead poisoning cases in California
Amy G. Cantor, MHS, Lynn Goldman, MD, MPH, Joseph G. Courtney, PhD, David Kattari
Board 6Environmental Justice / Air Toxics analysis for West Oakland: Combining GIS and spatial data analysis
Joshua Benjamin Fisher, BS
Board 7Interrelationship among interpersonal influences and community situational influences on the use of health promotion behaviors by urban women
Robin Toft Klar, DNSc
Board 8GIS Mapping of Atmospheric Ammonia Levels in Eastern North Carolina
Sacoby M. Wilson, MS, Marc L. Serre, PhD
Board 9Potential for socio-economic confounding in environmental asthma studies
Tomas Tamulis, MSc, PhD student, Monroe James King, DO
Board 10Predictors for restaurant inspection score: Preliminary results from a study on food safety knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors among restaurant workers in Los Angeles County
R. E. Guevara, MPH, H Dela Cruz, REHS, HS, B Tamjid, REHS, HS
Organized by:Environment
Endorsed by:Public Health Student Caucus

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