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Session: HIV/AIDS Research Roundtable: Latino and Hispanic Health
3126.0: Monday, November 8, 2004: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
HIV/AIDS Research Roundtable: Latino and Hispanic Health
This session will convene researchers, clinicians, public health officials, and consumers to discuss new findings about the HIV/AIDS epidemic and Latino/Hispanic health.
Learning Objectives: To discuss HIV/AIDS research relevant to Latino and Hispanics affected by the epidemic.
Moderator(s):Scott D. Rhodes, PhD, MPH, CHES
Table 1A systematic review of HIV behavioral interventions targeting sexual risk reduction among Hispanics in the United States
Jeffrey H Herbst, PhD, Linda Kay, MPH, Warren Passin, Nicole Crepaz, PhD, Cynthia M Lyles, PhD, HIV/AIDS Prevention Research Synthesis Team, Barbara Marin, PhD
Table 2Linking systems to address HIV prevention for Latinas and their incarcerated partners: A case study
Gerlinda Gallegos Somerville, MPH, CHES, Charlene Doria-Ortiz, Samuel Taveras, MEd
Table 3Psychological distress patterns of Latinos accessing HIV-related mental health care
Tania Basta, MPH, Michael Reece, PhD, MPH, Allison Franks, MS, NCC, Enbal Shacham, MEd
Table 4Psychological distress and coping of women with HIV/AIDS living in the west cost of Puerto Rico
Douglas Santos, PhD, Eddie Marrero, PhD, Janet Bonilla, PhD
Table 5Social support and HIV risk among Puerto Rican drug injectors in New York City, by migrant status
Milton Mino, MA, Sherry Deren, PhD, Sung-Yeon Kang, PhD, Jonny Andia, PhD, Hector M. Colon, PhD, Rafaela Robles, EdD
Table 6Tailoring prevention with positives interventions to male Latinos who have sex with men and women (MSMW): Differences in sexual disclosure and behavior patterns, safer sex communication, and stigma/health experiences between HIV+ MSMW Latinos and HIV+ MSMW non-Latinos
Matt G. Mutchler, PhD, Miguel A. Chion, MD, MPH, Leo Colemon, MA, Mark A. Schuster, MD, PhD
Table 7Empowering hard-to-reach minority populations to improve their health through HIV prevention education, testing and counseling: The Family Van/Latin American Health Institute joint venture
Alba Cruz, PhD, MPH, Marolí Licardi, MEd, Caroline Figueroa, Michelle Contreras, MA, Elizabeth Matos, MPH, Jason D. Copeland
Table 8HIV among urban Latino males in northwestern North Carolina: Formative results and recommendations for primary and secondary prevention interventions
Patrick Bowden, PA (c), Scott D. Rhodes, PhD, MPH, CHES, Aimee Wilkin, MD, MPH, Christine Jolly, Monica Brown
Table 9Social networks and HIV awareness in African and Hispanic immigrant women
Sharon Morrison, MSPH, PhD
Table 10HoMBReS: A lay health advisor approach to HIV and STD prevention for Latino men in rural North Carolina
Scott D. Rhodes, PhD, MPH, CHES, Eugenia Eng, DrPH, Ivan M. Remnitz, 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

The 132nd Annual Meeting (November 6-10, 2004) of APHA