3162.0 Double Jeopardy: Multiple Discriminations as a Barrier to Health

Monday, October 27, 2008: 12:30 PM

Board 1
Homicide risk among immigrant women in New Jersey, 2003-2005
Bretta Jacquemin, MPH and Katherine Hempstead, PhD
Board 2
Tailoring a community-based type 2 diabetes intervention to a population facing multiple barriers to health care
April C. M. Soward, BA, Anne H. Skelly, PhD, RN, FAANPBC, John Carlson, MS, Jennifer Leeman, DrPH, MDIV and Dorothy Burns, PhD, RN
Board 3
Examining gender inequalities across castes: The case of a rural Keralite community
Riswana Soundardjee, BScN, RN, Slim Haddad, MD, PhD, D. Narayana, PhD, Pierre Fournier, MD, PhD and Katherine S. Mohindra, PhD
Board 4
Self-reported experience of racism when seeking medical care and adherence to mammography or Pap test screening
Christina A. Purpura, MPH Candidate 08, Deborah N. Pearlman, PhD, Daniela Quilliam, MPH and Sherry Weitzen, PhD
Board 7
Cross-cultural and diversity inclusiveness training to reduce "borders as barriers" to health and health care
Grace Damio, MS, Karen A. D'Angelo, MSW, Stacey Brown, PhD, Karen Powell-Sears, PhD, Rafael Pérez-Escamilla, PhD and Judy Lewis, MPhil

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

Organized by: APHA-Committee on Women's Rights
Endorsed by: Women's Caucus