4019.0 The Scholarship of CBPR

Tuesday, November 1, 2011: 8:30 AM
The purpose of this session is to highlight innovative CBPR projects conducted by current and past Kellogg Health Scholars addressing community health initiatives, underserved communities, and health disparities. This session will emphasize emerging CBPR trends, key findings, recommendations, and results ofn academic community- academic collaboratives designed to improve health outcomes.
Session Objectives: Compare various results from Kellogg Health Scholars’ community- based participatory research projects Describe the essential phases and components of CBPR projects (development, planning, implementation and evaluation) to ensure health promotion and disease prevention Discuss effective strategies and approaches that may be duplicated or generalizable to academic researchers, health professionals, community stakeholders and practitioners
Jim Amell, PhD, MPH, MSW

8:45 AM
Role of Faith-Based Organizations in Adolescent Sexual Decision-Making
Terrinieka Williams, PhD, Derek M. Griffith, PhD, Latrice Pichon, PhD, Bettina Campbell, MSW and Darcy Dodd, BA
9:15 AM
Asthma, Neighborhood Stress, and CBPR: Engaging Community and Healthcare Provider Perceptions of Contextual Influences on Childhood Asthma
Michael Yonas, DrPH, Kimberly Rak, MA, Shean Aujla, MD, Andrea Arrington, MPH, Peter Asante, Anna Marsland, PhD, RN and Sally Wenzel, MD
9:30 AM
Engendering Men 4 Health: How do we consider ethnicity and gender in African American men's health interventions?
Derek M. Griffith, PhD, Katie Gunter, MPH/MSW, Juandalyn Coffen and Julie Ober Allen, MPH
9:45 AM
Development of a community-based participatory colorectal cancer screening intervention addressing disparities: Empowering Communities For Life
Karen Hye-cheon Kim Yeary, PhD, Eric Flowers, MS, Gemessia Ford, MPH, Desiree Burroughs, BS, Jackie Burton, BS, Delores Woods, BS, Chara Stewart, MPH, CHES, Paulette Mehta, MD, Paul Greene, PhD and Ronda Henry-Tillman, MD

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

Organized by: Community-Based Public Health Caucus
Endorsed by: HIV/AIDS, Community Health Workers