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Session: Obesity, Diabetes and Nutrition: Addressing Lifestyles and Environmental Issues
4256.0: Tuesday, November 9, 2004: 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
Roundtable
Obesity, Diabetes and Nutrition: Addressing Lifestyles and Environmental Issues
This session will present interventions that will chaage physician practive patterns though structure prompts based on clinical criteria for overweight or obese patients; Develop a strategic initiative to increase physical activity participation in high-need urban communities; and Describe a cost effective, multidisciplinary model for providing comprehensive service delivery to diabetic patients in a public health setting.
Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to: 1)Describe a cost effective, multidisciplinary model for providing comprehensive service delivery to diabetic patients in a public health setting; 2)Analyze the interrelated relationships between obesity, race, access to health and minority lifestyles; 3)Describe the practice guidelines for treating obesity; and 4)Develop a strategic initiative to increase physical activity participation in high-need urban communities.
Moderator(s):Victoria LaFromboise, BS
Table 1A collaborative, multidisciplinary, cost effective public health model for comprehensive service delivery to low income, multicultural diabetic patients receiving primary care from a large urban public health department
Lisa A. Golden, MD, Elizabeth Johnson, MD, Donna Baird Rice, LCSW, Greta H. Cheng, RD, CDE, Linda Woo-Lim, RN, NP, Jane Ka-Wai Lam, BSc, MCS
Table 2Community-academic partnerships: Teaching medical students public health *
Jan K Carney, MD MPH, Dana Walrath, PhD, Yvette Pigeon, EdD
Table 3Pathways & Barriers to Delivering Type 2 Diabetes Care to Indigent Undocumented Persons: Procedure Transportability & Policy Implications
Marisel Losa, MHSA, Maria Elena Torres, MSN, APRNBC-ADM, Frederick L. Newman, PhD, Pedrro Greer, MD
Table 4Community and university collaboration as a means to enhance the effectiveness of a community-based childhood obesity program
Jessica Miller Rath, MPH, CHES, Eric Schwartz, MD, Kemi Alli, MD, Fannie Fonseca-Becker, DrPH
Table 5Addressing environmental, cultural, and social barriers to effective diabetes self-management in Asian American and Pacific Islander communities
Melinda D. Martin, BS, Elisa Wong, BA, Jeffrey Caballero, MPH, Nina Lynn Agbayani, BSN, RN
Table 6Impact of Racialized Neighborhoods on Public Health
Kari L Karsjens, JD, McKenzie W Smith, MPH, MEd
Table 7Increasing opportunities for physical activity in high-need New York City neighborhoods
Candace R. Young, MS, Rebecca Lee, MPH, Rachel Kramer, ScD, MHS, Andrew Goodman, MD, MPH, Christina Larkin, MPA, Kelly Gillen, Kim McConville, Christine E. Brown, MPH, Thomas Matte, MD, MPH
Table 8Evaluation of a public housing-based health promotion and disease prevention program in New York City
Rachel Kramer, ScD, MHS, Andrew Goodman, MD, MPH, Roger Hayes, MA, Zoilo Torres, Rebecca Lee, MPH, Yodit Bekele, MPH
Table 9Partnering for the publicís health: The role of California Nutrition Network and California 5 a Day Campaign Policy Action Teams in developing and implementing community-based environmental, systems, and public policy change and resource development
Matthew Marsom, David Quackenbush, Reba Meigs, MPA
Table 10Diffusion of innovation: Introducing technology to rural primary health care to address obesity
Elizabeth Prendergast, MS, CHES, Sharon Brinkman-Windle, MPA
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Organized by:Community Health Planning and Policy Development
Endorsed by:APHA-Committee on Women's Rights; Food and Nutrition; Health Administration; Public Health Education and Health Promotion; Public Health Nursing; Socialist Caucus
CE Credits:CME, Nursing

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