Online Program

APHA Film Festival - US Session 5

Tuesday, November 5, 2013: 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Film Showing
Session will offer a platform for the screening of health communication visual media projects that have a been used to convey critical health information to audiences in the US.
Session Objectives: Demonstrate the power of visual media to raise awareness of public health issues, and to give a voice to those individuals, groups, and causes that need to be heard.

Release: Self-care for trauma workers   
Sarah Rosenberg, M.P.H.
Jennifer Riesco, Cheri Rufener and Kevin Sherin, MD
Domestic violence and the workplace   
Erin Dillon, MA and Alexandra Donovan
Make the test normal   
Kathryn Havens, MD, Amanda Geppert, MPH, MDM, Cornelia Bailey, MDM and Judith Gregory, PhD
Storytelling in community intervention research to promote social support and problem-solving skills for engagement in physical activity   
Cristina Bernal, MPH, Alana M.W. LeBron, PhD, MS, Ricardo de Majo, Cindy Gamboa, Conja Wright, Sharon Sand, Amy J. Schulz, PhD, Julia Weinert, MPH and Deana Caver, MPH
A video introduction to rectal microbicide clinical trials   
Clare Collins, M.A., M.Ed., Jim Pickett and Barbara Friedland, MPH
Depression doesn't discriminate: Youth and depression - treatment works   
Lovelee Heller-Bottari, Certified Prevention Specialist Candidate and B.A. in Education and Patricia Contente, LICSW
Black girl syndrome: An introduction   
Felicia Harris, Ph.D. and Su-I. Hou, DrPH, CPH, MCHES, RN

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

Organized by: APHA-Film Festival
Endorsed by: Public Health Education and Health Promotion

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