3086.0 Expanding the Evidence: Status of Current Research II

Monday, November 8, 2010: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
These poster presentations represent new developments in family violence prevention, intervention and research from a public health perspective. It was designed to create conversation between the presenters and the larger public health community with the intent of advancing the field and bringing the family violence and public health communities closer.
Session Objectives: 1. Describe cutting edge research on Family Violence prevention. 2. Discuss the implications of the research findings for prevention. 3. Identify new areas of inquiry in family violence research.

Board 1
Assessment of print materials to promote positive parenting and safety precautions in parents of young children
Whitney Henley, BS, Nancy Weaver, PhD, MS, Keri Jupka, MPH, Terri Weaver, PhD, Heather Jacobsen, MPH and Shannon Nicks
Board 2
Burden and Psychosocial Context of IPV Among Immigrant Latinas: New Evidence from the Southeast USA
Angela Marie Boy, DrPH, Andrzej Kulczycki, PhD, Karen Fowler, PhD and Mary Ann Pass, MD
Board 6
Child exposure to violence: A local needs assessment to develop a community prevention agenda
Courtenay Kessler, MS, Barbra Beck, PhD, Carmen Pitre, Audrey Skwierawski, JD and Mallory O'Brien, PhD
Board 7
Role of gendered norms in young female and male Latino adults' experiences of relationship violence in a predominantly Latino New York City neighborhood area
David L. Bell, MD, MPH, Marina Catallozzi, MD, Cynthia Golembeski, MPH, Saroj Sedalia, MPH, Vaughn I. Rickert, PsyD and Leslie L. Davidson, MD, MSc
Board 8
A COMMUNITY BASED STUDY of RISK Factors of Organophosphorous Poisoning: AN Emerging Public HEALTH Problem IN CENTRAL DEVELOPMENT REGION of Nepal
Naimeswar Sinha, Professor, Jagdish Chataut, MD, Community Medicine and Ram Kumar Adhikari, Lecturer, Community Medicine

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

Organized by: Family Violence Prevention Forum
Endorsed by: APHA-Committee on Women's Rights, Maternal and Child Health, Social Work, Women's Caucus