4379.0 Strategies Dealing with Sexual Health

Tuesday, October 28, 2008: 4:30 PM
Oral
In addressing the theme of the APHA Annual Meeting, this session highlights sexual health education programs targeting populations beyond traditional borders. Examples include contraceptive use and health literacy among women with abnormal paps, reproductive health needs of people living with HIV/AIDS in India, and understanding reproductive health issues among Latinas. In addition, traditional borders for implementing such programs are also expanded to include parents and families as targets for educational strategies.
Session Objectives: To recognize the importance of addressing issues such as health literacy in sexual health education. To better understand reproductive health needs and practices among vulnerable populations.
Moderator:
Lucy Annang, PhD, MPH

4:45 PM
Contextual factors associated with having older sexual partners among African American female adolescents
Lara DePadilla, MS, Jessica Sales, PhD, Ralph DiClemente, PhD, Gina Wingood, MPH ScD, Julia Painter, PhD, MPH and Eve S. Rose, MSPH
5:00 PM
Contraceptive use and health literacy among women presenting with abnormal cervical cancer screens in Chicago
Melissa A. Simon, MD, MPH, Talar Markossian, MPH, Phyllis Ferguson-Collum, MSW, Julia Shklovskaya, MPPA, Julie Darnell, MHSA, PhD, Charles Bennett, MD, PhD, MPH and Elizabeth Calhoun, PhD

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Organized by: Public Health Education and Health Promotion
Endorsed by: HIV/AIDS

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