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Session: Addressing Health Issues Among Vulnerable Populations
3342.0: Monday, November 06, 2006: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM
Addressing Health Issues Among Vulnerable Populations
Learning Objectives: At the end of this session, the participant will be able to: 1.Describe stages in dissemination research: intent to adopt, implementation/adaptation, institutionalization and diffusion; identify Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR)approach to dissemination. 2. Identify and describe the common barriers to participation experienced by low-income people 3. Recognize needs for reproductive health education in transition countries
Moderator(s):Laura Rasar King, MPH
Table 1Innovative Access to Domestic Violence Services in an Urban Setting: Models for At-Risk Populations
Tracy L. Weber, MPH, Consuelo U. Dungca, EdD, RN
Table 2Health information seeking behaviors of Hispanic women
L. Suzanne Suggs, PhD, CHES, Joan E. Cowdery, PhD
Table 3PODER Program: An effective health promotion and cancer screening program for Latinas
Ilana J. Goldberg, MPH
Table 4Applying community based participatory research principles to the dissemination of a school based health promotion intervention in American Indian communities
Eric F. Chrisp, MA, Camila X. Romero, MD, Leslie Cunningham-Sabo, PhD, RD, Elverna Bennett, BA, Marjorie Werito, MPH, CHES, Karen P. Arviso, BS, Teresa Tenorio, BA, Eli Bigthumb, Rethania S. Yazzie, Sally M. Davis, PhD
Table 5Participatory dissemination of a school based health promotion program in American Indian communities: A multiple-case study
Camila X. Romero, MD, Eric F. Chrisp, MA, Leslie Cunningham-Sabo, PhD, RD, Elverna Bennett, BA, Teresa Tenorio, BA, Sally M. Davis, PhD
Table 6Promoting inclusion and health: Experiences of low and higher-income people in Canada
Miriam Stewart, PhD, Edward Makwarimba, PhD, Linda Reutter, PhD
Table 7Importance of management leadership in affecting change: Experiences from the medical injection safety project in Zambia *
Martha Ndhlovu, Mrs
Table 8Can Community Connectedness Foster Feelings of Health and Well-Being? Exploring the Association between Protective Social Factors and Health Perceptions in an American Indian and White Population
Barbara L. Norton, MPH, Michelle Kegler, DrPH, Lorraine Halinka Malcoe, PhD, MPH, Barbara R. Neas, PhD, Robert John, PhD
Table 9Me Ta We Tan means ‘let's play': Ensuring inclusivity in health promotion physical activity initiatives
Catherine R. Gryba, BSPE, Carla Blumers
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Organized by:Public Health Education and Health Promotion
Endorsed by:APHA-International Human Rights Committee; Caucus on Homelessness; Latino Caucus; Maternal and Child Health; Socialist Caucus; Women's Caucus
CE Credits:CME, Health Education (CHES), Nursing

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