2019.0 Public Health Imperative: Approaches to Improving Health and Well Being

Sunday, November 7, 2010: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Cherie R. Forsha, RN, MSN/MPH, CNS

Board 1
Black, White and Hispanic pregnancies: Clues to the social etiology of low birth weight and infant mortality
Anne Marie O'Keefe, PhD, JD, Yutaka Aoki, PhD, MS, MHS, ME and Jennifer Bishop, ScD, MPH
Board 2
On the bench and in the trench: Experiences in an African American infant mortality reduction program
Tonya M. Turner, BBA, Shannon Brownlee, MPH and Daniel J. Kruger, PhD
Board 4
Perspectives of African American and White women in Tallahassee, Florida: Healthy pregnancies and healthy babies
Eartha Butler, MPH, Ivette A. López, PhD, MPH and Tonetta Y. Scott, MPH
Board 5
Making technology work for breast cancer prevention: An innovative DVD intervention focused on Gulf-South African-American women
Farah A. Arosemena, MPH, Thy Ho-Pham, BS (c), Danielle Levine, MPH (c) and Maureen Y. Lichtveld, MD, MPH
Board 6
Missed Prevention Opportunities in Foreign-born and U.S.-born HIV-infected Black Mothers and their Infants, United States, 1995-2004
Ranell Myles, MPH, CHES, Melissa Y. Artstein, MA, Hazel D. Dean, ScD, MPH, Beverly Bohannon, MS RN, Sharon K. Melville, MD, MPH, Richard Yeager, PhD, John T. Wheeling, MPH and Ken Dominguez, MD MPH
Board 8
Supporting fathers in improving birth outcomes for African-American babies
Lorraine Lathen, MA, Daryl Carter, Artis Landon, Janine Lewis, MPH, Angela M. K. Rohan, PhD, Patrice M. Onheiber, MPA and Murray L. Katcher, MD, PhD
Board 9
Public Health Imperative: Using MINDSe Health for Urban Health and Well-being
Lorece Edwards, DrPH, Melissa Littlefield, PhD and Barbara Hughes, PhD

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

Organized by: Black Caucus of Health Workers
Endorsed by: Community Health Workers, Socialist Caucus