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Session: HIV/AIDS Research Roundtable: African American Health
3270.0: Monday, November 8, 2004: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM
HIV/AIDS Research Roundtable: African American Health
This roundtable session will convene researchers, clinicians, public health officials, and consumers to discuss new findings about the HIV/AIDS epidemic and African American health.
Learning Objectives: To discuss HIV/AIDS research relevant to African Americans affected by the epidemic.
Moderator(s):Brenda Woods-Francis, RD, MPH
Table 1Continued significance of race, class, and gender in HIV prevention research
Quinn M. Gentry, PhD, MBA
Table 2Preventing HIV among gay and bisexual men of color in a context of stigma, discrimination and homophobia: Perspectives of service providers
Ronald Brooks, PhD
Table 3Drug treatment disparities among African Americans living with HIV/AIDS *
Carleen H. Stoskopf, ScD, William Pearson
Table 4Withdrawn -- A unique approach to HIV prevention for black MSMs using the Internet
Ron Simmons, PhD
Table 4HIV Prevention Community Planning: Findings from the Minority AIDS Initiative
Carlos A. Toledo, Gary Uhl, PhD, Erin DeCaro, MPH
Table 5Our role in supporting faith-based initiatives to insure their success and viability in their efforts to fight HIV/AIDS in communities of color *
Karen L. Reddick, MA, Angela Ford, MSW, Stephen B. Thomas, PhD, Veronica Sansing, BS
Table 6Breaking the silence: An interactive HIV/AIDS intervention developed by and for African-American adolescents
Adebola Odunlami, BS, Ella Greene-Moton
Table 7African Americans and HIV: Knowledge and decision making pertaining to sexual risk *
Melva V. Thompson-Robinson, MSPE, DrPH, Donna L. Richter, EdD, Marya Shegog, BA, Denethia B. Sellers, MSW, PhD, Vanisha Brown, MPH, Mike F. Weaver, MPH
Table 8Rural Church and Older Rural African American
La Verne Reid, PHD, MPH, Miles Simpson, PHD, MPH
Table 9Patterns of HIV disclosure among African-Americans enrolled in a disclosure notification education program
Tania Basta, MPH, Enbal Shacham, MEd, Michael Reece, PhD, MPH
Table 10A retrospective analysis of psychological distress symptoms presented by clients self-enrolling into HIV-related mental health care over a ten year period
Michael Reece, PhD, MPH, Paul Plate, MA, Enbal Shacham, MEd, Tania Basta, MPH, Kim McBride, MA
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Organized by:HIV/AIDS
Endorsed by:Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Caucus of Public Health Workers; Population, Family Planning, and Reproductive Health; Socialist Caucus
CE Credits:CME, Nursing

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