3181.0 Womens' Health Poster Session

Monday, November 9, 2009: 12:30 PM
The purpose of this session is to demonstrate how women's health researchers use qualitative and quantitative methods to understand women's health needs and program effectiveness. Special attention is given to the needs of women who are economically and socially vulnerable.
Session Objectives: Identify programs and policies that address perinatal and other women's health issues Demonstrate the role of public health professionals in delivering programs to vulnerable populations Describe the findings of qualitative and quantitative methods in women's health.
Wendy Hellerstedt, MPH, PhD

Board 1
Evidence-based Promotion Increases IUC Use in a Managed Care Setting Above National Rates
Debbie A. Postlethwaite, RNP, MPH, Fiona Sinclair, PA-C, MHS, Yun-Yi Hung, PhD, MaryAnne Armstrong, MA, Eric Lantzman, MD, Michael Horberg, MD, MAS, FACP, A and Eleanor Bimla Schwarz, MD, MS
Board 2
Health and insurance status of pregnant low-income women with chronic illness
Stephanie J. Townsell, MPH, Erica Henry, BA, L. Michele Issel, PhD RN and Arden Handler, DrPH
Board 3
Board 5
Methamphetamine use: Women's experiences during pregnancy
Marilyn E. Gyllstrom, MPH and Wendy Hellerstedt, MPH, PhD
Board 6
Board 7
Home-based HIV education increases HIV knowledge in maternal care clients
Shannon M. Criniti, MPH, Marjie Mogul, PhD, Erika Aaron, CRNP and Ehasuyi Obasuhan
Board 8
A Culturally Relevant and Responsive Approach to Screening for Perinatal Depression
Melisande Leland Handrick, MPH and Sarah Kye Price, PhD, MSW
Board 10
Perinatal depression: Prevalence and risk factors, Oregon, 2005
Kenneth D. Rosenberg, MD, MPH, Alfredo P. Sandoval, MBA, MS, Suzanne Yusem, MS, Emily Elman, MPH, Collette Young, PhD, Nurit Fischler, Cate Wilcox, MPH and Katherine Bradley, PhD, RN

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

Organized by: Maternal and Child Health
Endorsed by: Women's Caucus