Minority Health Institute 2001

Minority Health Institute 2001
 
7th Annual Summer Public Health Research Institute
and Videoconference on Minority Health
 
June 18-22, 2001
 
Presenters at the 2001 Annual Summer Public Health Research Institute and Videoconference on Minority Health.

Presenters at the 2001 Annual Summer Public Health Research Institute and Videoconference on Minority Health.

Research in Diverse Communities: Towards the Elimination of Disparities

 
Current Needs and Current Issues in Minority Health Research
Deputy Associate Administrator, Bureau of Primary Care, Health Resources and Services AdministrationCamara P. Jones, MD, MPH, PhD

Naming Racism
Research Director on Social Determinants of Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
 
Dorothy C. Browne, MSW, DrPH, Moderator
 

 
Defining and Enumerating Diverse Populations: Conceptual Issues and Ethnographic Approaches
 
Ethnographic Research at the US Census Bureau: The Enumeration of Border Communities along the US-Mexico Border during Census 2000
Assistant Division Chief, Survey Methodology, Bureau of the Census
 
Challenges and Controversies
Director, Division of Policy and Data, Office of Minority Health
 
Victor J. Schoenbach, PhD, Moderator


Issues for the 21st Century: Health Issues Confronting American Indians and Counting Ethnic Minorities
 
Recruitment Strategies for Minority Populations
Professor, School of Nursing, University of Minnesota
 
CENSUS 2000: Counting Immigrants, the Undocumented and non-English Speakers
Democracy Project Director, Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund
 
Trude A. Bennett, DrPH, Moderator


Principles for Appropriate Academic Research Partnerships
 
Director, Midwest Latino Health Research, Training, and Policy Center
Associate Professor, Jane Addams College of Social Work, University of Illinois at Chicago
 
Director, Office of Community Health, Healthcare Consortium of Illinois
 
Kyna K. McCullough, MPH, Moderator

Effective Community and University Partnerships for HIV/AIDS Research: What Works and Why?
 
Associate Director, Emory/Atlanta Center for AIDS Research for Behavioral Sciences, Emory University
Assistant Professor, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education, Emory University
 
Peer Educator, WiLLOW Program, Emory University
 
Dorothy C. Browne, MSW, DrPH, Moderator

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