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American Public Health Association
133rd Annual Meeting & Exposition
December 10-14, 2005
Philadelphia, PA
APHA 2005
Session: Race and Gender: HIV/AIDS within Vulnerable Communities
5013.0: Wednesday, December 14, 2005: 8:30 AM-9:30 AM
Race and Gender: HIV/AIDS within Vulnerable Communities
This session examines the broad contexts of race and gender within HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment.
Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of the session, participants will be able to: 1) Identify factors related to race and gender and their effects on the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Moderator(s):Ya-Chien Wang, MA
Board 1HIV risk and prevention: Comparing perceptions of male and female young adults living in a disadvantaged community
Susan L. Davies, PhD, Jill A. Ross, RN, PhD, Lonnie Hannon, MS
Board 2HIV-related mental health care for ethnic minority populations: Expectations of psychotherapy duration
Kim McBride, MA, Michael Reece, PhD, MPH, Enbal Shacham, MEd
Board 3HIV/AIDS-related sexual risk and protective health behaviors: A survey among HIV-positive African American adults
Maya Tholandi, MPH, Keisha Carr Paxton, PhD, Naomi Hall, MPH, MA, Jennifer K. Baham, MPH
Board 4HIV risk assessment of Latino day-laborers in the Berkeley/Oakland area
Samantha F. Ehrlich, MPH, Maya Tholandi, MPH, Sergio Martinez, BS, Jennifer K. Baham, MPH
Board 5Determinants of a short HIV-to-AIDS interval among Hispanics—32 States, 2002
Lorena Espinoza, DDS, MPH, Irene Hall, PhD, R. Selik, MD, Sherry Hu, MS
Board 6Sex partner substance use and other situational factors impacting HIV risk among Latino MSM
Patrick A. Wilson, PhD, Rafael M. Diaz, PhD, Hiro Yoshikawa, PhD. Awards: Excellence in Abstract Submission among New Investigators--Award Winner - Recipient
Board 7Acculturation, monogamy, casual sex, and HIV risk in heterosexual populations of Mexican origin
Héctor Carrillo, DrPH, Jorge Fontdevila, PhD, Victoria González-Rivera, PhD
Board 8Obstacles to HIV testing and treatment in African and Latino immigrant women in North Carolina
Sharon Morrison, MSPH, PhD, Osato Ogbahon, BA, Mary Gil, BS, Hayley Phillips, BA, Stephani Tyrance, BA
Board 9Differences in AIDS-related malignancies among US-born Latinos versus foreign-born Latinos in Los Angeles County (LAC), 1990-2002
Yunyin W. Hu, MPH, Amy R. Wohl, MPH, PhD, Dennis Deapen, Dr PH
Board 10Latinos and HIV/AIDS: Increasing Risk in an Era of National Neglect
Britt Rios-Ellis, PhD, Rocio Leon, BS, Jose Angel Gutierrez, PhD, JD, Carlos Ugarte, MSPH
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Organized by:HIV/AIDS
Endorsed by:APHA-Committee on Women's Rights; Community Health Planning and Policy Development; Epidemiology; Maternal and Child Health; Public Health Education and Health Promotion; Socialist Caucus; Women's Caucus

The 133rd Annual Meeting & Exposition (December 10-14, 2005) of APHA