4093.1 Getting control of chronic diseases to promote healthy minds and bodies

Tuesday, November 1, 2011: 10:30 AM

Table 1
Perceived Benefits of Qigong in Low-Income Black Men: Implications for Chronic Disease Prevention and Treatment
Sparkle Springfield, BS, Yvette Whorton, Larry Nyu, MD, Marcus Murray and Angela Odoms-Young, PhD
Table 2
Determining key factors for increasing health promotion participation: A qualitative exploration of African American males' health perspectives
David Mount, PsyD, MA, Darin Johnson, BA, BS, Maria Isabel Rego, BA and Alethea Amponsah, BA BS
Table 3
Getting control of hypertension: Social determinants of treatment and control
Jennifer A. Hartfield, PhD(c), MPH, MCHES, Amy J. Schulz, PhD, Graciela B. Mentz, PhD and Denise White Perkins, MD, PhD
Table 4
Understanding hypertension and diabetes management for urban Black men
Kayshin Chan, MPH, Archana Bodas LaPollo, MPH, Lee Carson, MSW, CASAC, Aqeel Dix, MPH, Yeamah Logan, Stephanie Martin and Jennifer L. Lauby, PhD
Table 6
Prostate Cancer and Black Men
Adam Murphy, MD, Thomas Mason, MD, Marcus Murray and Steve Hughes, BA
Table 7
Prostate cancer knowledge and screening experience among African American, white and Hispanic residents residing in South Side of Chicago
Anthony Sallar, PhD, MPH, MBA, P. Bassey Williams, PhD; MPH, CHES and Emmanuel Osunkoya, MD
Table 8
Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Emergency Department Visits for Children with Asthma in Houston
Brandon Kimmins, PhD, MSPH, Luisa Franzini, PhD, Charles E. Begley and George Delclos, MD, PhD

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Organized by: Black Caucus of Health Workers

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH) , Masters Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES)