5029.1 Successful Approaches to Reaching Special Populations

Wednesday, November 10, 2010: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Table 1
Racial Differences in Men's Health-seeking Behaviors for Urogenital Problems
Michelle Reece, MS, Pamela Hull, PhD, Van Cain, MA, Janice Emerson, MS, PhD candidate, Calvin Atchison, PhD and Baqar Husaini, PhD
Table 2
Lessons Learned in the Development of a Community Health Partnership for Men
Albert W. Pless, MA, Claude-Alix Jacob, MPH and Shalini Tendulkar, ScD, ScM
Table 3
Health, Enlightenment, Awareness, and Living Program: Assessing the Impact of a Culturally Sensitive Model to Addressing HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis Disparities Among African Americans in Metropolitan Atlanta
Nastassia Laster, MPH, Tabia Henry-Akintobi, PhD, MPH, Cagney Bene' Stigger, MPH, DeBran Jacobs, Jennie C. Trotter, MEd, Tarita Johnson, MSW, Melody Jackson, Larraine Ayers, Niyonu Benson, MPH and Donoria Evans, MPH
Table 4
EXPLORING Donation-RELATED KNOWLEDGE, Attitudes, and Beliefs IN Relation to Distrust AMONG African American Adults
Dana H.Z. Robinson, MPH, Nancy Thompson, PhD, MPH, Jennie P. Perryman, PhD, RN and Kimberly Arriola, PhD, MPH
Table 7
An Ethnically Sensitive and Gender-Specific HIV/AIDS Preventive Risk-Appraisal of Nigerian Women: A Comparative Study of Christian and Muslim, South Western, Nigeria
Ademola M. Omishakin, MPH, PhD,MBA, Charles Uwakwe, PhD, Ayo Hammed, PhD, Ajibola Falaye, PhD and Joseph Fehintola, PhD
Table 8
Positive youth development as a successful approach to preventing HIV among African American adolescent girls
Maritza Valenzuela, MPH CHES, Sable K. Nelson, Linda H. Scruggs, MHS and Carole Treston, RN MPH
Table 9
Architecture of a Community-based Framework Designed to Increase Recruitment of African Americans into Research
Craig S. Fryer, DrPH, MPH, Mary A. Garza, PhD, MPH, Andrea L. Smith, James Butler, DrPH, MEd, Robin Grubs, PhD, Elizabeth Gettig, MS, Sandra C. Quinn, PhD and Stephen B. Thomas, PhD

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