5033.0 CBPR Applications and Tools to Address Disparities

Wednesday, November 7, 2007: 8:30 AM
This session will feature five projects/endeavors that use a variety of approaches in addressing health disparities and providing health promotion.
Session Objectives: Identify the health disparities that impact a diversity of communities Understand health disparities across an array of health and social issues Describe specific CBPR approaches used to decrease disparities, and provide health promotion

8:30 AM
Same intervention, different community: A case management intervention to reduce disparities in cardiovascular disease and diabetes in different racioethnic communities
Cynthia A. Barnes-Boyd, MSN, PhD, FAAN, Berenice Tow, MS, Michael T. Quinn, PhD, Cedric Herring, PhD, Michael D. Lieber, PhD and Nancy Tartt, MS
8:45 AM
1. How To Deal With Latino Data: A Guide for Montgomery County Service Providers
Eduardo Pezo, Henry Montes, MPH, Fernanda T. Bianchi, PhD, Olivia Carter-Pokras, PhD, Maria Jimenez, Elisa Jaramillo, Cesar Palacios, Sonia Mora, MPH, Graciela Jaschek, Carmen Saenz, MS and Paola Fernan-Zegarra
9:00 AM
Affirming tribal sovereignty and self-determination by applying the principles of CBPR in addressing cancer health disparities
Cynthia Claus, MPH, Priscilla Antone, Amelia Enos, Connie Jackson, Yvonne Stovall, Mary Thomas, Sandra Whitman, Pattie King, Michele Halyard, MD, Adelaide Bahr, MD, Jody Pelusi, PhD, FNP, AOCN and Teri Britt-Pipe, PhD, RN
9:15 AM
A community-based, culturally grounded public health approach to health promotion and substance abuse prevention in a Tribal community
Lisa R. Thomas, PhD, Robin LW Sigo, MSW, Dennis M. Donovan, PhD, Gidget Lincoln, C. Truth Griffeth, MSW, Lisa Jackson, Heather Lonczak, PhD, Lisette Austin, MA and G. Alan Marlatt, PhD
9:30 AM
Practices and policy to promote the health of Latino and indigenous farmworkers in Oregon
Stephanie Farquhar, PhD, Santiago Ventura, BA, Julie Samples, JD, Nargess Shadbeh, JD and Nancy Cuilwik, BS

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.

Organized by: Community-Based Public Health Caucus
Endorsed by: Socialist Caucus, Community Health Workers SPIG, APHA-Committee on Women's Rights, Caucus on Refugee and Immigrant Health, American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Caucus

CE Credits: CME, Health Education (CHES), Nursing