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Health Care: for People or for Profit?

Date: 22 Oct 1987 (est.)
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Monday 2:00-3:00 PM 1047 Convention Center, Room 20 STRATEGIES IN FINANCING LONG-TERM CARE SERVICES Presider: William D. Clark, MA • 2:00 Life Care at Home: A New Option in the Finance and Delivery of Long-Term Care-Eileen J. Tell, MPH; Marc A. Cohen, PhD; and Stanley S. Wallack, PhD • 2:15 Continuing Care Retirement Communities: An Analysis of Finan- cial Viability-Hirsch S. Ruchlin, PhD • 2:30 Risk-Based Financing for Long-Term Care: A National Replica- . tion-Rick T. Zawadski, PhD; and Eileen Kunz • 2:45 Long-Term Care Risk-Sharing Program: What's in It for Medic- aid?-Marc A. Cohen, PhD; Eileen J. Tell, MPH; and Stanley S. Wallack, PhD • 3:00 Methods for Targeting Community-Based Long-Term Care Pro- grams-Thomas W. Grannemann, PhD; and Jean B. Grossman, PhD 3:15 Questions and Discussion SPONSORS: GERONTOLOGICAL HEALTH, HEALTH ADMINISTRATION, MED- ICAL CARE 1048 Convention Center, Room 29 TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT Presider: Kit Simpson, MPH • 2:00 When Lightning Strikes Twice: HCFA's Decision to Pay for Heart Transplants--4'negory de Lissovoy, PhD • 2:15 Institutional Diffusion of Small-Volume Infusion Pumps, Tech- nology Assessment Research-Barbara Ann Bukoski, DrPH; Jay H. Glasser, PhD; and Michael Decker, PhD • 2:30 Criteria and Procedures for Reviewing Technology Acquisition in Large Hospital Systems: The Case of the US Veterans Adminis- tration-Cyril U. Roseman, PhD • 2:45 Cost-Effectiveness of Extra-Corporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy- E. I. Chatziandreou, MD; K. Carlson, PhD; M. Weinstein, PhD; and A. Mulley, MD SPONSOR: HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 1049 Convention Center, Room 31 HEALTH CARE COST AND COMPETITION: DEALING WITH TODAY'S AGENDA Presider: Pamela Paul-Shaheen • 2:00 Competition in HealthCare: The Experience of Firms Offering a Choice among Alternative Forms of Health Insurance-Gregory de Lissovoy, PhD; Thomas Rice, PhD; and Jon Gabel, MS • 2:15 Coding Errors Can Cost Hospitals Millions of Dollars-John B. Wayne, MBA; Linda H. Potts, MPH; Edgar D. Charles, PhD; Susan D. Hom, PhD; and Bene Baldwin • 2:30 New Allocation Systems for Hospital Nursing Care under DRG Regulations-Bangalore Nagaprasanna, PE, DBA; and Thomas M. Dunaye, DrPH • 2:45 Affordable Heatlh Care: A Collaborative Effort-Pamela S. Walsh, MPH; and Deborah L. Ebers, MHSA • 3:00 Trends in Hospital Decision-Making Based on Service's Losses and Gains-David E. Gagnon, MPH; Rachel M. Schwartz, MBA; and Catherine Rowlands, MBA SPONSOR: HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 1050 Convention Center, Room 27 IMPACT OF DRGs Presider. Merilya Cof DrPH • 2:00 The Impant d'~'PPS on Discharge Status of Medicare Beneficiaries- June M. Buckle, MSN; and Phoebe D. Sharkey, PhD • 2:15 The Impact of DRGs on the Quality of Hospital Care-K. C. Connelly, MA; P. I. Dreyer, PhD; I. R. McManus, MPH; and J. D. Bogen • 2:30 Going Home Early: Impact of DRG's on Home Health Service Referral-E. Greer Gay, MPH; Samuel L. Baker, PhD; and Jennie J. Kronenfield, PhD • 2:45 Rehabilitation under Medicare PPS and the Increasing Need for Transitional Care Services-Herbert Traxler, PhD • 3:00 The Impact of PPS/DRGs on the Use of Diagnostic Imaging Technology-Jane Levitt PhD SPONSOR: HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 1051 Royal Sonesta, Oak-Alley EPIDEMIOLOGY OF INJURIES Presider. Steven C. Macdonald, MPH • 2:00 Socioeconomic and Demographic Sources of Variation in County Homicide Rates-James A. Mercy, PhD; Patrick O'Carrall, MD; and Diane Roberts • 2:15 Injuries Due to Falls in the Construction Industry-Steven Mac- donald, MPH; Goldy Kleinman, MA; Stanley Freeman, MA; and Nancy Hammond • 2:30 Trends in Fatal Pediatric Immersion Injuries, California, 1960- 85-Jess Kraus, PhD; Gina Aharanoff; Shaken Arzemanian; and Garen Wintemute • 2:45 Current Courses of Aquatic Spinal Cord Injury Due to Diving: Summary of 43 Case Studies-Royce VanEvera, MS; and Kathryn Scott, MS • 3:00 A Study of Injury and Alcohol Diagnoses as Comorbid Condi- tions-Kathleen M. Helsing, MPH; and Carey V. Azzara, MA • 3:15 Effect of Legal Drinking Age on Youth Suicide and Homicide Rates-Pedro Satumo, MD, MPH; James Mercy, PhD; and Patrick O'Carroll, MD, MPH SPONSORS: INJURY CONTROL AND EMERGENCY HEALTH SERVICES 1053 Meridlen, Ile De France I SPECIAL MINI-PLENARY SESSION-THE STATE OF WOMEN'S HEALTH: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE Presider. Carmen Barroso, PhD 2:00 Pregnancy in Developing Countries: Must Poor Women Continue to Die? Allan Rosenfield, MD, MPH 2:10 Family Planning and Women's Health: A View from Africa- Esther Boohene, MD, MPH 2:20 Improvements in Perinatal Health Care: A European Perspective- C. Arden Miller, MD Discussant: Carmen Barroso, PhD SPONSORS: INTERNATIONAL HEALTH, POPULATION AND FAMILY PLAN- NING, MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH 1054 Marriott, Mardi Gras Ballroom L ANALYSES FROM THE HISPANIC HEALTH AND NUTRITION EXAMINATION SURVEY (HHANES) Presider•. J. Henry Montes • 2:00 Risk Factors Associated with Depression among Mexican Amer- icans-Hortensia Amaro, PhD; Richard D. Campa, MA; Jose Peres Avila, MA; Rupert Whitaker, MA • 2:20 Barriers to Health Care among Hispanics: Evidence from the Hispanic Health and Nutrition Examination Survey-Antonio L. Estrada, PhD, EMSPH • 2:40 Reported Asthma among Puerto Rican, Mexican American and Cuban-American Children: HHANES, 1982-84-Olivia Carter, MHS; Peter G. Gergen, MD; and Pedro J. Lecca, PhD 48 PROGRAM SCHEDULE f TIMN 322325 l
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1010 Convention Center, Room 40 MEDICAID PROGRAM INNOVATION ROUNDTABLES: RESEARCH AND POLICY presider. Paul Lichtenstein, PhD • Table I Capitation Rate Setting: Science, Art, Magic?-H. Temkin- Greener, PhD; and J. R. Jesmer, MS • Table 2 Medicaid Eligibles in HMOs: Client Satisfaction-M. Win- chell, BA; and H. Temkin-Greener, PhD • Table 3 Medicaid in HMOs: Managed Care Revisited-C. Doherty, MPA; H. Temkin-Greener, PhD; and C. Ryan Huether, MPA • Table 4 A Structural Analysis of Medicaid Managed Care Demon- strations-Robert E. Hurley, MS; and Steven Garfinkel, MPH • Table 5 A Cohort Analysis of Medicaid HMO Disenrollers in Illinois- Mehdi Nassirpour, PhD; Gary J. Giacomelli, MPA • Table 6 Paradigm for Failure: Lessons of a Medicaid HMO-Michael H. Fox, MS • Table 7 Indigent Care Costs in a Capitated HMO Setting: The Implications of Service Usage Differences and Enrollees- Randall S. Coloni, Sr; Joel A. Vanderburg; and Nancy Dodge • Table 8 Findings from the Medicaid Tape-to-Tape Project: California, Georgia, Michigan, New York and Tennessee 1980-84- David K. Baugh, MS; Margaret O'Brien, MHA; Penelope Pine, BA; and Embry Howell, MSPH • Table 9 Provider Participation in Medicaid: Issues in Access and Quality-Roxanne Andrews, PhD; Martin Ruther; Vanessa Nora, MBA; and Suzanne Dodds, BA • Table 10 Cost Containment in the California Medicaid Program- Bonnie Preston, MSPH; Roland McDevitt, PhD; Martin Ruther, BA; and David Baugh, MS • Table I 1 A Cost-Effectiveness Evaluation of Case Management Serv- ices to Florida's Medicaid Eligible, Medically Dependent Elderly with Caregivers-Douglas D. Bradham, DrPH; and Innette M. Chico, MPH • Table 12 Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS): Administration Issues and Program Costs. Sidney Trieger, MS, Nelda McCall, MS, and Paul Lichtenstein, Ph.D. • Table 13 Evaluation of Access and Satisfaction in HCFA's Capitated Medicaid Demonstrations. Spike Duzor, MA SPONSOR: HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 1011 Convention Center, Exhibit Hall C HEALTH ADMINISTRATION POSTER SESSION Presider: Beverly Leadford • Board I A Public Health Service Plan for Refugecs--Sue Weidhaas, MS; Ralph Timeri, MPH; Jeff Sine, MPH; Donna Lazorik, MS; Jack Vondras, MS; Brad Penney, MPH; and Catherine Chung • Board 2 State Adoption of Hospital Rate Setting: It May Not Save Any Money-Joyce A. Lanning, MA` • Board 3 A Survey to Determine Common Goals and Activities of State Health Department Units Responsible for Liaison with Local Health Departments-Andrew D. Miller, MD, MPH; and Robert Sherwood, Jr., MA, MS • Board 4 Developing a County Prepaid Health Plan for County Em- ployees-Jeffrey T. Leong, ID • Board 5 End-Stage Renal Disease Patients in Health Maintenance Organizations-Bonnie Morel Edington MA; Roger Milam, BS; and Ronald L. Kelley, BS • Board 6 Development of a Citywide Coordinated Comprehensive Interagency Case Management System for High-Need Fam- ilies-Judith A. Hager, MPH • Board 7 The Politi`cal Economics of Medical School Applicants- Robert T. Swank, MA; and Ruth E. Levine • Board 8 The Cost of Treating Cancer-Mary S. Baker, PhD; Larry G. Kessler, ScD; and Robert C. Smucker, BA • Board 9 The Characteristics of Ambulatory Care Measurement Sys- tems-Randall S. Stafford, MHS • Board 10 International Networks Expand Hospital Markets and Reve- nue-Ray Murazzi, PhD; and Thomas M. Dunaye, DrPH SPONSOR: HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 1012 Marriott, Mardi Gras I COMPUTER THEATER AND SOFTWARE EXCHANGE Presider. Don Wallace, MD, MPH A Computer Theater and Software Exchange will take place wherein Microcomputers, including the IBM-PC and the Apple II + Je, will be available for demonstrations and sharing of public domain software. Attendees will be able to bring their software on diskette to the theater. You are urged to bring a sufficient supply of blank diskettes. A schedule of demonstrations will be developed during the first day and will be posted. The theater will be open, and security for hardware will be provided. A theater manager will also be present during these hours to provide technical assistance and organize activities. A database of available programs will be exchanged to include nutrition packages, clinical algorithms, health care training modules and other public domain programs for use in health care service programs. SPONSOR: HEALTH ADMINISTRATION SECTION, ALL APHA SECTIONS 1013 Convention Center, Exhibit Hall C INTERNATIONAL HEALTH POSTER SESSION I Presider To be announced • Board I Nutritional Assessment of Students Attending Grades One to Six on Good-Enough Island, Milne Bay Province, Papua, New Guinea-Collins O. Airhihenbuwa, PhD • Board 2 Child Mortality from Injuries in Mexico-Albert Chang, MD, MPH • Board 3 Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs): Filling the Need for Better Health Statistics--Carol B. Hermann, MPH • Board 4 Health Education Strategies to Promote Preventive Health Behaviors: The Case of Argentine Hemorrhagic Fever- Josefa Ippolito-Shepherd, PhD • Board 5 Academic Preparation for the International Health Job Market: What Is Needed?-Kathryn Laming, RN, MS, MPH • Board 6 Evaluating a Health Worker Training Program-Sherilynn F. Spear, PhD • Board 7 Community Participation in Primary Health Care: How to Help It Happen-Ellen Vor der Bruegge, MPH • Board 8 The Application of Social Marketing Principles to AIDS Prevention and Education Programs: Implications and Con- siderations Drawn from a World-Wide Survey-George M. Worthington • Board 9 Rapid Field Survey of Anemia with Portable Hemoglo- binometer-Ray Yip, MD • Board 10 Health Expenditures: International Time Series Compari- sons-Thomas E. Getzen SPONSOR: INTERNATIONAL HEALTH 1014 Convention Center, Exhibit Hall C LATINO CAUCUS CONTRIBUTED PAPERS POSTER SESSION Presider. Lionel Fernandez, PhD • Board I Using a Spanish Radio Station'for Nutrition Education- Clotilde Zayas, MA; and Catherine Cowell, PhD • Board 2 Effects of Marital Status on Gender Differences in Depression: Analysis of the 1982-84 Hispanic HANES-Judith G. Gon- zalez, PhD; and Antonio Esuada, PhD PROGRAM SCHEDULE 41 TIMN 322318 I
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Monday 2:00-5:00 PM ... 4:00-5:30 PM 1097I 2:00-3:30 Royal Orleans, Vfeux Carre Room QUALITY OF CARE AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES: UNITED STATES-THIRD W ORLD LINKAGES presiders: Judith Helzner Judy Norsigian SPONSOR: WOMEN'S CAUCUS lIOtiILAI". O(" l t)B1;R 1'J -3:00-5:30 pm 1100 Royal Sonesta, Bourbon HEALTH PROBLEMS OF ASIAN REFUGEES AND MIGRANTS Presider: William Chen, PhD 4:00 An Overview of Health Problems of Asian Refugees and Mi- grants-William Chen, PhD • 4:10 Comparative Analysis of Major Health Findings among Southeast Asian, Eastern European and African Refugees in Illinois-D. E. Gilman, PhD; and J. Grieve • 4:30 Cancer in Asian Migrants to the US-M. R. Karagas, MS; and D. B. Thomas, MD • 4:50 Projections of Cancer Incidence in Southeast Asian Refugees in the United States-S. M. Schwartz, MPH; and D. B. Thomas • 4:55 Cancer Awareness in the Resettled Lao Refugee Population-B. L. Levin, MPH • 5:10 Mortality Transition among Chinese Migrants-Haitung King, PhD; and Frances Locke, MSPH SPONSOR: ASIAN AMERICAN CAUCUS 1098 Marriott, Le Galerie 2 THE WORKSITE AS A POSITIVE FORCE FOR HEALTH: ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO INTERVENTION EFFORTS Presider. Robert Panko - • 4:00 Freedom from Smoking: Evaluation of a Worksite Smoking Cessation Program--Nikki Ann Herman, MS; and Alfred Marcus, PhD 1101 Convention Center, Room 38 • 4:15 Are Employee Assistance Programs Effective? A Review of CONTRIBUTED PAPER IUHEALTH CARE FOR THE Employee Assistance Program Evaluations-Angela Colantonio, ELDERLY: EMERGING ISSUES MHSc Presider: Dorothy Rice • 4:30 Which Drinkers Use an Employee Assistance Program As a • 4:00 Caring for a Disabled Elderly Relative: Who Bears the Burden?- Gateway into Treatment?-Daniel Merrigan, EdD; D. C. Walsh, Robyn I. Stone, DrPH; Peter Kemper, PhD PhD; Ralph Hingson, ScD; and G. Coffman, MS • 4:10 Social Support and Social Policy-Howard R. Kelman, PhD; • 4:45 A Competition Approach to Worksite Smoking Cessation-Nell Cynthia Thomas, PhD Gottlieb, PhD; and Alicia Nelson, MEd • 4:20 Meeting the Home Health Care Needs of the American Elderly: • 5:00 Work Place Policies Regarding Alcohol Use-Susan Zepeda, PhD Policy Dilemmas and Muddling Through-Shelah Leader, PhD 5:15 Discussion • 4:30 Financing Long-Term Help for the Disabled Elderly-Rachel F. SPONSORS: ALCOHOL AND DRUGS, OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY, Boaz, PhD; and Linda A. Siegenthaler, MA HEALTH ADMINISTRATION, PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION Discussant: Pamela Doty, PhD SPONSORS: ASSOCIATION FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES IN HEALTH, GER- ONTOLOGICAL HEALTH 1099 Marriott, Le Galerie 4 GETTING THE MOST FOR OUR ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT DOLLAR Presider: Harold Holder, PhD 04.00 Medicare and Medicaid Alcoholism Treatment Demonstrationl Evaluation-Harold Yahr, PhD; and Paul Lichtenstein, LLD 0.4:15 Day Treatment for Substance Abuse: A Randomized Trial of Its Cost Effec6veness-Sara Bachman, MS; and Helen Batten, MA • 4:30 National Comparison of Public and Private Sector Alcoholism Treatment Delivery System Characteristics-Harold Yahr, PhD • 4:45 A Role for Preferred Provider Organizations and Managed Care in Substance Abuse Services-Norbert Goldfield, MD; Ronald Goodspeed, MD; and Herbert Kleber, MD • 5:00 The Community Model Approach: Los Angeles County's Appli- cation of Public Health Principles to Alcohol ProblenLs-A1 Wright, JD 5:15 Discussion ~e SPONSORS: ALCOHOL AND DRUGS, MENTAL HEALTH, HEALTH ADMINIs- TRATION, MEDICAL CARE, SOCIAL WORK 1102 Convention Center, Room 44 DELIVERING CARE TO THE ELDERLY IN HMOs Presider. Margaret E. O'Kane • 4:00 Impact of Geriatric Assessment on Use of Services in an HMO- Arnold Epstein, MD • 4:15 Differences between Enrollees and Comparison Groups in the Distribution Principal Diagnoses Associated with Hospitalization- Gerald F. Riley, MSPH • 4:30 Use of Services by High-Cost Elderly in an HMO-Susan Levkoff, ScD • 4:45 Health Promotion and Risk Reduction Services for the Elderly HMO Enrollee-William Beery, MPH Discussants: Judith D. Kasper, PhD Dwaine Hartiine SPONSORS: ASSOCIATION FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES IN HEALTH, GERONTOLOGICAL HEALTH PROGRAM SCHEDULE 55 TIMN 322332
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Monday 4:00-5:30 PM 1103 Royal Sonesta, Gris-Gris CHIROPRACTIC EDUCATION Presider: Ian D. Coulter, PhD 4:00 Introduction • 4:10 Teaching of Community Health Courses in a Chiropractic Col- lege-Chandrakant P. Shah, MD; and Ian D. Coulter, PhD • 4:30 The JMPT, 1978-86: A Review of the Literature-Joseph Keating, PhD; Karen Larson, BSN, DC; Marcia Stephens, MALS; and Timothy Mick, DC • 4:50 Instruction in Chiropractic Manipulative Technique-Sean Mo- roney, DC, PhD • 5:10 The Relevance of Clinical Microbiology in Health Sciences- Constantina Skanavis, MS SPONSOR: CHIROPRACTIC FORUM 1104 Meridien, Room 803 THE POLITICS OF HEALTH: PREVENTION, DELIVERY, FINANCING Presider: William P. Brandon, PhD • 4:00 Agenda Setting and Disease Prevention: The Politics of the Sodium- Hypertension Link-Mark J. Segal, PhD • 4:30 A Behavioral Model of State Medicaid Spending--Charles J. Barrilleaux, PhD; and Mark E. Miller, PhD • 5:00 The Future of All-Payer Hospital Rate Regulation in New Jersey: The Politics of the Medicare Waiver-Philip DiSalvio, EdD; and William P. Brandon, PhD Discussant: Mark Bums, PhD SPONSORS: COMMITTEE ON HEALTH POLITICS, HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 1105 Royal Sonesta, Oak-Alley SCHLESINGER AWARD SESSION Presider: James R. Kimmey, MD, MPH Award Recipient: David Abernathy Health Staff, US House Ways and Means Committee Former Deputy Commissioner, New York State Department of Health SPONSORS: COMMUNITY HEALTH PLANNING, AMERICAN HEALTH PLAN- NING ASSOCIATION 1106 Marriott, Le Galerie 5 SYMPOSIUM ON COST-EFFECTIVENESS AND BENEFIT-COST ANALYSIS Presiders: Alexia Antczk-Bouckems, DMD, MPH, DSc Robert Isman, DDS, MPH 4:00 Introduction-Alexia Antczak-Bouckoms, DMD, MPH, DSc 4:05 What Is Benefit-Cost and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis-Donald Shepard, PhD 4:25 Is Prevention Cost-Effective? Kenneth E. Warner, PhD 4:45 Evaluating Costs in Dentistry-Eli 1. Capilouto, DDS, MPH 5:00 How Should We Measure Effectiveness? J. Camilla Tulloch, BDS, DOrth 5:15 Discussion SPONSOR: DENTAL HEALTH 1107 Convention Center, Room 5 NONREGULATORY HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS Presider. Chris J. iTJiaqt, MPH • 4:00 Hazardous Waste Management: Innovation at the Local Level- David T. Wigglesworth, BA 56 PROGRAM SCHEDULE • 4:15 Educating and Training City Employees, Businesses and the Community about Hazardous Materials-Teresa Y. Serata, MPP; and Karen Yu, MPH • 4:30 A Recap of RECOUP (Recycle Cans of Used Paint)-Janice R. Bluemer, MPH • 4:45 Community Household Hazardous Waste Collections-Anita M. Flanagan, MS • 5:00 Evaluation of a Statewide Matching Grant Program for the Collection of Household Hazardous Waste-Michael S. Brown, PhD; and Barbara Kelley, AB 5:20 Discussion SPONSORS: ENVIRONMENT, LABORATORY 1108 Conventton Center, Room 3 PEDIATRIC ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES Presider: Sophie J. Balk, MD • 4:00 Asbestos Abatement in Schools: New Focus for Pediatric Health Care Professionals-Sophie J. Balk, MD; and Jack L. Mayer, MD • 4:15 Plumbism: A Continuing Pediatric Problem-Paul Harris, MD • 4:30 Failure to De-Lead Child's Environment: A Class Analysis of Children Reexposed to Lead-Margaret T. Clark, MD; Paul Harris, MD; and Steven Ajl, MD • 4:45 Passive Smoking and Child Health-David H. Rubin, MD • 5:00 Contributing Factors to High Urinary Arsenic Levels in Children Living Near the ASARCO Smelter in Tacoma, Washington- Douglas L. Pierce, BS 5:15 Discussion SPONSOR: ENVIRONMENT 1109 Convention Center, Room 41 WADE HAMPTON FROST LECTURE/JOHN SNOW AWARD/ SECTION BUSINESS MEETING Presider. Robert Wallace, MD John Snow Award Recipient: George B. Hutchinson, MD Wade Hampton Frost Lecturer: R. Palmer Beasley, MD SPONSORS: EPIDEMIOLOGY, STATISTICS 1110 Marriott, Le Galerie 6 CURRENT ISSUES IN NUTRITION: DEALING WITH MYTHS AND MISCONCEPTIONS Presider: Minda Lazarov, MS, RD 4:00 Health or Hoax? An Update on Nutrition Quackery-Arnold E. Bender, DSc (HON), PhD 4:45 Separation of State and Plate: Where Do We Draw the Line?-F. Edward Scarborough; PhD 5:15 Discussion Bender SPONSORS: FOOD AND NUTRITION, PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION, SCHOOL HEALTH EDUCATION AND SERVICES TIMN 322333 ,
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Monday 2:00-3:00 PM 1062 Convention Center, Room 4 FISCAL IMPERATIVES AND MENTAL HEALTH CARE Presider: To be announced • 2:00 The Effects of Prospective Payment System on the Use of Community Hospitals by Patients with Mental Disorders-Jac- queline Wallen, PhD; and Nancy B. Lemrow, MA 0 2:15 Community Mental Health in the Wake of Diagnostic Related Group Hospital Reinbursement-James H. Swann, PhD; Linda A. Bergthold, PhD; and Carol L. Estes, PhD • 2:30 Models and Philosophies of Brief Psychotherapy in HMOs: The Institutional Interface between Service and Financial Account- ability-Jerald Shapiro, DSW • 2:45 The Response of Hospitals to Medicare's Prospective Payment System in the Treatment of Psychiatric Illness-Marc P. Frieman, PhD; Thomas G. McGuire; and Randal P. Ellis, PhD • 3:00 The Impact of Fixed Budget Hospital Financing on Psychiatric Admissions-Richard G. Frank, PhD; and Catherine A. Jackson SPONSORS: MENTAL HEALTH, HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 1063 Royal Sonesta, Conti THE INVISIBLE HAND: A SATIRE Presider: Donabedian Martin Topic to be announced-Linda M. Bridges, PhD Topic to be announced-Hasani A. Perry, PhD SPONSOR: NEW PROFESSIONALS 1064 Royal Sonesta, Royal CONTRIBUTED PAPERS I: LOOKING FOR ASSOCIATIONS IN EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES Presider: Michael Gochfeld, MD • 2:00 Patterns of Mortality in Pulp and Paper Workers-David Solet, MS; Stephen Zoloth, PhD; David Michaels, MPH; Clare Sullivan, MPH; and John Jewett, MD • 2:15 Toxic Substance Exposure and Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia-- Kathleen Malone, MPH; Thomas Keopsell, MD; Janet Daling, PhD; and Noel Weiss, MD • 2:30 Colon Tumors in Pattern and Model Makers Working with Metal- Raymond Demers, MD • 2:45 Occupational Risk Factors for Testicular Cancer-Stephen Van Den Eeden, MS; Noel Weiss, MD; and Cliff Strader, PhD • 3:00 Repetitive Motion Is Associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrotne- Scott Barnhart, MD; Paul Demers; Mary Miller; William Long- street, MD; and Linda Rosenstock, MD • 3:15 Application of Job Analysis in the Assessment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome-Paul Demers; Scott Barnhart, MD; Mary Miller; and Linda Rosenstock, MD SPONSORS: OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY, RADIOLOGICAL HEALTH 1065 Royal Sonesta, Bourbon BIOTECHNOLOGY: DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES ON WORKER AND COMMUNITY HEALTH Presider: Rose Goldman, MD • 2:00 Potential Health Risks to Biotechnology Workers-Rose Goldman, MD • 2:15 Control of Biohazards in Biotechnology-Daniel Liberman, PhD • 2:30 Community Involvement in Biotechnology Regulation-Terri Goldberg • 2:45 The Hazards of Biotechnology: An Industry Perspective-To be announced • 3:00 The Hazards of Bij*echnology: A Labor Perspective-Tony Maz- zocchi SPONSOR: OCCUPATIONAL HBALTH AND SAFETY 50 PROGRAM SCHEDULE 1066 Royal Sonesta, Evangeline A, B, C CONTRIBUTED PAPERS H: IDENTIFYING AND CONTROLLING HAZARDOUS EXPOSURES Presider. Buck Cameron • 2:00 Lead Poisoning in Precious Metals Refinery Assayers-David Kern, MD; and Nancy Fox, MOH • 2:20 An Innovative Cadmium Screening Program Designed by a Union and University-Janie Gordon, ScM; and Cecile Rose, MD • 2:40 Current Issues in Industrial Hygiene Sampling of Aerosols- Catherine Koshland, PhD; and Barbara Materna, MS • 3:00 Phosgene Exposure during Routine Refrigerator and Air Condi- tioning Maintenance-Annette Phillips, MSEH; and Cecile Rose, MD • 3:15 Failure of OSHA-Required Personal Protective Equipment to Prevent Exposure to a Carcinogen-Jan Handke, MS; Steven Lee; Anthony Smallwood; and Karl DeBord SPONSOR: OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 1067 Convention Center, Room 33 COST CONTAINMENT AND QUALITY CARE-ARE THEY COMPATIBLE? Presider John R. Carson, MA Panel Participants Brian Biles, MD, Staff Director, Subcomittee on Health Committee on Ways and Means, US House of Representatives Kathleen E. Lohr, PhD, Health Policy Analyst, Institute of Medicine Reactor To be announced SPONSORS: PODIATRIC HEALTH, COMMUNITY HEALTH PLANNING, MEDI- CAL CARE 1068 Convention Center, Room 10 THE POLITICS OF AIDS EDUCATION: HOW TO FUNCTION EFFECTIVELY IN A POLITICAL CLIMATE Presidec Nicholas Freudenberg, DrPH • 2:00 Political Factors That Influence AIDS Educators: Report on a National Survey-Nicholas Freudenberg, DrPH 2:20 The Politics of AIDS Education in Black and Latino Communities- Rashidah Hassan 2:40 Sex Education and AIDS: The Politics of School Progtams-Mary Lee Tatum 3:00 Discussion: How Can AIDS Educators Function Effectively in a Political Climate? SPONSORS: PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION, SCHO. OL HEALTH EDUCATION AND SERVICES 1069 Convention Center, Room 13 ASSURING QUALITY IN COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING Presider. Beverly Flynn, RN, PhD • 2:00 Guidelines for Quality Practice in Public Health Nursing-Barbara A. Spradley, RN, MN • 2:15 New Home Health Nursing Practice Standards: A Model for Introduction, Implementation and Evaluadon-Ruth Reagan Hutchison, RN, C, MPH; and Ann Fox, RN, MSN • 2:30 A Comparison of Two Process Measures of the Quality of Nursing in Home Health-June A. Schmele, RN, PhD • 2:45 Development of Public Health Nurse Standards of Practice Based on a Quality Assurance Program-Janice Ander, RN, MPH; and Pamela Larsen, RN, MS • 3:00 Public Health Nurses' Attitudes toward Quality Assurance- Cynthia O'Neill, RN, MS 3:15 Discussion Monitor: Sara Hayes, RN, MSN SPONSOR: PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING TIMN 322327
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Monday 2:00-3:00 PM 3:00 Update on HHANES Analyses at the National Center for Health Statistics-Robert Murphy, MS 3:20 Discussion SPONSOR: LATINO CAUCUS • 3:00 The Utility of County Public Health Departments-Ray Goldsteen, DrPH - Discussion: Group SPONSORS: MEDICAL CARE, SOCIALIST CAUCUS 1055 Convention Center, Room 17 WOMEN AND AIDS: PART I presider: Barbara Herbert, MD • 2:00 AIDS-Related Virus Serology in Lesbians Who Have Been Arti- ficially Inseminated---Cheri Pies, MPH • 2:30 Pregnancy Outcomes and Perinatal Transmission of HIV in IV Drug Users-Peter Selwyn, MD • 3:00 Women with AIDS-Ellen L. Glascock, PhD SPONSORS: LESBIAN AND GAY CAUCUS, SOCIALIST CAUCUS, WOMEN'S CAUCUS 1056 Convention Center, Room 22 WHO WILL PAY FOR INDIGENT CARE UNDER PRIVATE SECTOR COST CONTAINMENT? Presider: Pat Butler, JD • 2:00 Setting the Record Straight: An Analysis of Competition and Uncompensated Care in Community Hospitals-Lawrence S. Lewin, MBA; Timothy J. Eckels, MCP; and Dale Roenigk, BA • 2:15 South Carolina's Medically Indigent Assistance Act of 1985- David E. Murday, PhD • 2:30: The Role of Employer Sponsored Health Plans in the Delivery of Health Care to the Uninsured-Roger A. Formisano, PhD Discussant: Pat Butler, JD SPONSOR: MEDICAL CARE 1057 Convention Center, Room 24 AIDS: TREATMENT OF A CHRONIC ILLNESS Presider. Penelope Pine 2:00 Use and Costs of Medical Services by Persons with AIDS in Three Practice Settings in San Francisco: Private Physicians, Public Hospitals and Prepaid Group Practice-Anne Scitovsky, MA; and Mary Cline, BA 2:20 Four-Year Changes in Costs, Treatment and Clinical Manifestations of AIDS and ARC in Medicaid Patients in California-Roxanne Andrews, PhD; Margaret Keyes, MA; Penelope Pine; and Jackie Flood 2:40 Analysis of the Effects of Risk Behavior Factors on Hospitalization of Persons with AIDS: The Experience of a Large Metropolitan Public Hospital System-Robert Cohen, MD; Paul Moore, MSW; and Lawrence Wexler, PhD 3:00 Discussant: Peter Arno, PhD SPONSOR: MEDICAL CARE - 1058 Convention Center, Room 23 HEALTH PROMOTION AND PUBLIC HEALTH IN RURAL COMMUNITIES Presider•. Monica A. Stynchula, MSW • 2:00 Assessment and Intervention Issues Affecting Health Education in Rural Populations-Monica A. Stynchula, MSW • 2:15 Migrant and Community Health Centers: Networking with Other Agencies, Trust vs Turf-Lalai Hamric • 2:30 Effects of Community-Based Exercise Programs on Cardiovascular Disease at Zuni Pueblo-Neill F. Piland, DrPH • 2:45 Developing Consortia -far Primary and Preventive Health Care Services in Northeastern New York-Donna Clarice Bird, MS 1059 Convention Center, Room 21 METHODOLOGY IN HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH: RESEARCH SYNTHESIS Presider: Peter Goldschmidt, MD, DrPH 2:00 Research Synthesis: A Critical Skill and Vital Need-Peter Gold- schmidt, MD, DrPH 2:15 Research Synthesis: Methods and Applications-Laura Leviton, PhD 2:30 Metaanalysis-The Statistical Manipulation of Study Results: How and When to Do it-Henry Sacks, PhD, MD 2:45 Research Synthesis in Practice: Examples and Results-John Williamson, MD 3:00 Utility and Value of Research Synthesis: A Policymaker's Per- spective-Paul Ginsberg, PhD Discussion SPONSOR: MEDICAL CARE 1060 Convention Center, Room 6 INTERNATIONAL AND CROSS CULTURAL ASPECTS OF MENTAL HEALTH Presider: Yvonne Singletary, MS, RN • 2:00 Attitudes toward Nontraditional Work among Grenadian Women- Eugene R. Gittens, MA; and Sabrina Manigo • 2:20 Socioeconomic, Cultural and Interpersonal Risk Factors as Indi- cators of Mental Health-Mildred Vera, MA; Rafaela Robles, EdD; and Margarita Allegria, MA • 2:40 Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome among Survivors of Mexico City's Earthquakes-Jaime Sepulveda, DSc; Roberto C. Tapia; and Maria E. Medina • 3:30 The Impact of Divorce in Recently Divorced Women-Rafaela Robles, EdD; Ruth Martinez, PhD; Mildred Vera, MA; and Margarita Allegria, MA 3:20 Discussion SPONSORS: MENTAL HEALTH, INTERNATIONAL HEALTH 1061 Convention Center, Room 2 SOME MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES IN CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE Presider: Cherre Odgen, MPH, MSW 2:00 Treating Childhood Mental Disorders: A Program for High-Risk Infants-Daniel R. Jimenez, PhD; and Mary Ann Jimenez, PhD 2:15 Attentional Dysfunction in a Population-Based Sample of Second Graders-Mary Beth Aheam, MHS; Bruno J. Anthony, PhD; Lisa Werthamer-Larsson, MSW; William W. Eaton, PhD; and Allan F. Mirsky, PhD 2:30 Health Consequences of Pubertal Development for Families of Mildly Retarded Adolescents-Jon E. Rolf, PhD; Lisa J. Crokett, PhD; Cheryl Alexander, PhD; Anjani Chandra, BA; and Julia Baldwin, BS 2:45 Illegal Drugs: Endemic Substance Use in Adolescents-Michael Blank, MA; and Donna F. Vinal, MA 3:00 Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Children/Adolescents and Their Families-Barbara Hanley, MSW; David Hammer, PhD; and James Mulick, PhD 3:15 Discussion SPONSORS: MENTAL HEALTH, SCHOOL HEALTH EDUCATION AND SERVICES, SOCIAL WORtC PROGRAM SCHEDULE 49 TIMN 322326
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Monday 4:00-5:30 PM ... 5:30-8:30 PM ... 7:00-8:30 PM 1150 Royal Orleans, Esplanade 1154 Meridien, Ile de France I WOMEN AND THE WORKPLACE THE MONDAY EVENING GATHERING OF BLACK CAUCUS Presider: Sheryl Ruzek, PhD, MPH MEMBERS • 4:00 A Self-Help Approach for Stress Urinary Incontinence-Lorraine Presider: Paul B. Simms, MPH Rothman • 6:00 Keynote Speaker-Norris Jeff, DSW, President, National Asso- • 4:20 Reproductive Hazards and Employment Discrimination against ciation of Black Social Workers Women of Childbearing Capacity-A. De Lucia SPONSOR: BLACK CAUCUS OF PUBLIC HEALTH WORKERS • 4:40 Study Findings on Depression among Working Women in the Federal Republic of Germany-Susan Brown, MA; and Roberta Hollander, PhD • 5:00 Sexual Harassment: A Potential Barrier to Women Managers- Janet Thompson Reagan SPONSOR: WOMEN'S CAUCUS - 1151 Royal Orleans, Vieux Carre WOMEN AND POVERTY-SELECTED PAPERS Presider: Jessie Fields, MD • 4:00 Women's Health: Alternative or in the Mainstream-Jessie Fields, MD; and Doris Kelly, RN • 4:20 Prenatal Diagnostic Technology: Equal Access for Poor Minority Women-Jenny Miller, MPH, MS • 4:40 Poverty and Inner-City Elderly Women-Helen Peake-Godin; and Elaine McMahon • 5:00 Marketing of MCH Programs and Services to High-Risk Popula- tions-Phyllis A. Gray, MPH; Alice J. Lenihan, MPH, RD; and Marcia J. Rogh, MPH 5:20 Discussion SPONSORS: WOMEN'S CAUCUS . . NIO\D-11. O("I t )BI:R 19 5:30-8:30 pin 1152 Marriott, Mardi Gras Ballroora D INTERNATIONAL HEALTH SOCIETY 42nd ANNIVERSARY SPONSOR: INTERNATIONAL HEALTH SOCIETY, INC. 11541 6:00-8:30 pm Royal Sonesta, Evangeline APPROACHES TO PROJECTING AIDS INCIDENCE Presider Lloyd Novick, MD, MPH SPONSOR: BLACK CAUCUS OF PUBLIC HEALTH WORKERS NIO\U XY. O( TO131`.R 19 7:00-8:30 pm 1153 Meridien, Frontenac APPROACHES TO THE AIDS DILEMMA: SOCIAL SCIENCE PERSPECTIVES Presider: Athilia E. Siegmann, MPH 7:00 Social Aspects of the AIDS Epidemic: The Gay Community- Robert A. Padgug, PhD 7:15 Prevalence and Incidence of AIDS, ARC and HIV Infection in a Gay NYC Cohort-John L. Martin, PhD 7:30 Health Care Reimbursement: The Challenge of AIDS Infection- Gerald Oppenheimer, PhD 7:45 AIDS Patients: Severity of Illness and Use of Hospital Resources- Barbara J. Turner, MD; Joyce V. Kelly, PhD; and Judy Ball, PhD 8:00 The Effects of Caring for AIDS Patients on Hospital-Based Physicians, Nurses and Homecare Workers-John Colombotos, PhD; Sheila Gorman, PhD; and Lois Grau, PhD 8:15 Discussants: Anne Mooney, PhD Datid Jenness, PhD SPONSOR: ASSOCIATION FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES IN HEALTH, MEDICAL CARE 1155 Marriott, Le Galerie 2 JOHN W. KNUTSON DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD IN DENTAL PUBLIC HEALTH Presider: Michael Easley, DDS, MPH Award Presenters: To be announced Award Recipient: Martha Jane Howard Fales SPONSOR: DENTAL HEALTH Fales 1156 Marriott, Le Gakrie 5 NUCLEAR WAR OR PEACE: MENTAL HEALTH IMPLICATIONS Presider. Michael McNulty, MD • 7:00 Confronting Nuclear Peril: Current Psychological Perspectives- William Greenberg, MD • 7:15 Evaluation of a Nuclear Psychoeducational Program-Dev Nair, PhD; and Edwin Zolik, PhD • 7:30 Nuclear Anxiety and Psychopathology in the General Population- James A. Ciarlo, PhD • 7:45 Enemy Images-Susan McKay, PhD; and Michael G. Wessells, PhD • 8:00 The Psychological Appeal of Star Wars-Edwin S. Zolik, PhD; James E. Nicholas, MA; Peggy L. Walkins, MA; and Nancy Burgoyne, MA 8:15 Discussants: Quentin Young, MD Michael McNally, MD SPONSORS: MENTAL HEALTH, PEACE CAUCUS 1157 Marriott, Le Galerie 4 EMERGING TRENDS: CHANGING ROLES Presider Barbara Stanley, RN, MS • 7:00 The Nursing Solution to Health Care in the 1990s-Alexis A. Wilson, RN, MPH ~ 62 PROGRAM SCHEDULE ~ TIMN 322339 ~_ . , . .. .
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Monday 12:30-2:00 PM 1006 Convention Center, Exhibit Hall C EPIDEMIOLOGY POSTER SESSION I Presider. Sherry Selevan, PhD • Board 1 The California Birth Defects Monitoring Program Cerebral Palsy Data Base-Susan K. Cummins, MD; Karin B. Nelson, MD; and Judith Grether, PhD • Board 2 Interpreting Changes in the Adequacy of Prenatal Care from Birth Records: Adjusting for Underreporting and Misclassi- fication-Pamela J. Schwingl, MS; Jeanette Valentine, PhD; Michael Weitzman, MD; Lew Laz, MD; and Ellen Friedman, MPH • Board 3 A Survey of Inexpensive Microcomputer Software for Use in Epidemiology-David A. Foster, MPH; and Kevin M. Sullivan, MHA • Board 4 Matemal Relative Weight and Pregnancy Gain: Associations with Early Spontaneous Preterm Delivery-Theresa School, Laurie Miller, Ruth Salmon; Peter Vasilenko; and Francis Johnston • Board 5 Hypertension Therapy: Trends in the US from 1973 to 1985- Thomas P. Gross, MD; Robert P. Wise, MD; and Deanne E. Knapp, PhD • Board 6 Investigation of Five HIV-Related Deaths in an Inner-City Family-Nancy E. Spencer; B. Dillon; S. Rios; and D. L. Cohn • Board 7 Preliminary Findings of an Uncontrolled Clinical Trial of AZT (Azidothymidine) on Patients Seen at Nine New York City Public Hospitals-Robert L. Cohen, MD; Paul A. Moore, MSW; and Lawrence M. Wexler, PhD • Board 8 Non-Anonymous HIV Antibody Testing: Results in Colo- rado-Fred C. Wolf; C. Raevsky; and N. Spencer • Board 9 HIV Seropositivity at an Alternate Test Site in New Orleans, Louisiana, 1985-1986-Susan E. Hassig; and Louise McFarland • Board 10 The Epidemiology of AIDS in San Francisco: Emergence of New Risk Groups-G. W. Rutherford; G. F. Lemp; T. H. Piland; M. L. Cannon• A. C. Clevenger, M. C. Geoghegan; D. P. Neal; T. Temelso; and D. Werdegar SPONSORS: EPIDEMIOLOGY, STATISTICS, MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH 1007 Convention Center, Exhibit HaU C NUTRITION SURVEILLANCE AND FOOD INTAKE PATTERNS POSTER SESSION Presider: To be announced • Board 1 Assessing Tennessee Pediatric WIC Retention Patterns with Linked Birth and Serial WIC Records-Ray Yip, MD; Patrick Hanaway, MD; Nancy Binkin, MD; Frederick Trowbridge, MD; and Lee Fleshood, PhD • Board 2 A Three-Year Analysis of a Pediatric Nutrition Surveillance System-Diana Beaton, MS; and Tricia Leddy, MS • Board 3 Evaluation of the WIC Program in Infants-David Paige, MD; and Lenora Davis, MS • Board 4 Risk Factors for Poor Growth among Urban Childretr- JoAnne Lamphere-Thorpe, MS; John Milberg, MPH; Victor Sidel, MD; and Andrea Small, MS • Board 5 Prevalence of Nutrition-Related Problems Defined by An- thropometry in Race/Ethnic Specific Groups of New York City Department of Health Child Health Registrants-M. McLaughlin, MD; D. Goldberg, MD; C. Ramos, MD; A. Tytun, PhD; and C. Cowell, PhD • Board 6 Epidemiolcfigy.9f Adolescent Dietary Fat Intake: Predictors and Implications-Carole L. Donovan, EdD; and Nell H. Gottlieb, PhD .. 40 PROGRAM SCHEDULE • Board 7 Children's Consumption of High-Fat or High-Sodium Foods- Bruce Simons-Morton, EdD, MPH; Guy Parcel, PhD; Nancy O'Hara, PhD; and Tom Baranowski, PhD • Board 8 Food Procurement Practices and the Nutritional Adequacy of Diets of 76 Low-Income Families-Lillian Emmons, PhD, RD • Board 9 An Evaluation of the Nutritional Value of an a La Carte Lunch-Ellen Harris, DrPH; and Deborah Heitz, MS • Board 10 Living Arrangements, Income and Dietary Patterns of the Elderly in the United States, NHANES II 1976-80-Alan Ryan, PhD; Maradee Davis, PhD; and Gilbert Martinez SPONSOR: FOOD AND NUTRITION 1008 Convention Center, Exhibit HaU C GERONTOLOGICAL HEALTH POSTER SESSION I Presider: Thomas R. Prohaska, PhD • Board 1 Management of Incontinence in the Homebound Elderly- Diane Kaschak, MSN; Diane Smith, MSN; Judith B. Smith, PhD; and Molly Rose, MSN • Board 2 Prediction of Outcomes in Geriatric Rehabilitation-Jane McCusker, MD; Diane Mundt; and Anne M. Stoddard, ScD • Board 3 Pap Smear Screening in Women Age 65 and Over-Mary E. Wheat, MD; Jeanne M. Mandelblatt, MD; and Gretchen Kunitz, MD • Board 4 High-Risk Screening of the Elderly: Costs and Benefits- Matthew Tayback, ScD; Susan Leavitt, BSN; Timothy Fagan, BA; and Richard D. Semba, MD • Board 5 The Epidemiology of Arthritis among the Elderly in Rural Kentucky-Richard W. Wilson, DHSc; and Thomas Ni- cholson, PhD • Board 6 Predicting Disability among Midlife Men and Women: Dif- ferences by Severity of Impairment-Nancy R. Mudrick, PhD • Board 7 A Comparison of Health Services Utilization by Elderly Home and Facility-Based Clients Admitted to Continuing Care in British Columbia-Annette J. Stark, PhD; Nino Pagliccia, MSc; and Brian McCashin, BSc • Board 8 Matching Economic and Patient Care Goals in Vertically Integrated Facilities: A Model of Geriatric Care-Nancy H. Smith, MA; and Donald J. Romano, MBA • Board 9 Ability of the Elderly to Afford Lifecare and Insurance- Thomas E. Getzen • Board 10 Changes in the Epidemiology of Hospital Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Practices (CPR) after the Introduction of a Do- Not-Resuscitate (DNR) Policy-Zdzislaw H. Piotrowski, MS; Lawrence R. LaPalio, MD; Elizabeth B. Frye, MD; and Louis Piccoli, MD SPONSOR: GERONTOLOGICAL HEALTH 1009 Convention Center, Room 39 STATE AND LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT LINKAGES Presider. Andrew Miller, MD, MPH • 12:30 A Survey to Determine Common Goals and Activities of State Health Department Units Responsible for Liason with Local Health Departments-Andrew Miller, MD, MPH; and Robert Sherwood, Jr., MA, MS Discussant: Robert Sherwood, MA, MS Participant Discussion Planned SPONSOR: HEALTH ADMINISTRATION TIMN 322317
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Monday 12:30-2:00 PM • Board 6 A Public Health Nursing Approach to the Prevention of Child Abuse-Barbara Cole, RN, BSN; Judy Earp, RN, BSN; Barbara Haeri, RN, BSN; Martha Hone, RN, BSN; Cindra Rowell, RN, BSN; and Aina Marie Shaw, RN, BSN • Board 7 Why Infant Mortality Has Declined: An Alternate View- Teresa C. Lofton, MPH; G. E. Alan Dever, PhD; and Michael R. Lavoie, MA • Board 8 Perimenopause: Threats to Sexuality and Self-Care Re- sponses-Beverly J. McElmurry, EdD; and Donna Huddles- ton, MS, Doct. Cand. • Board 9 Extent of Injury and Fertility History of 200 Battered Women at a Domestic Violence Unit-Sally Ann Fitch Gutierrez, MS • Board 10 A Process Model of Cigarette Smoking and Quitting Behav- iors-Diana P. Hackbarth, PhD, RN SPONSOR: PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING 1024 Marrfott, Mardf Gras Ballroom D PATIENT DUMPING ONE YEAR AFTER COBRA ROUNDTABLES Presider: Thomas S. Crane, JD, MHSA Table 1 Federal Enforcement of Patient Anti-Dumping Laws-James F. Patton Table 2 Roger Schwartz, VP, National Health Law Program Table 3 Linda Lowe, Georgia Legal Services Table 4 California Table, To be announced SPONORS: PUBLIC HOSPITALS CAUCUS, HEALTH LAW FORUM 1025 Convention Center, Exhibit Hall C SCHOOL HEALTH EDUCATION AND SERVICES POSTER SESSION I Presider: Davine Abbott, MS • Board 1 • Board • Board Improving the Health of Youth Offenders: An Adolescent Health Training Program for Juvenile Justice Staff-Donna Petersen, MHS; Linda Thompson, DrPH; and Mary Gardner, MPH 2 The Role of Parents in Influencing Preadolescents' Intentions to Use Safety Belts-Randy M. Page, PhD 3 Examining the Role of the School in Achieving the 1990 Objectives for the Nation-Cynthia Wolford, DEd; and Diane Allensworth, PhD • Board 4 Field Test Methodology for Computer-Based Health Risk Appraisal Instrument-Kathleen Miner, PhD; Robert Amler, MD; and Martha Alexander, MPH • Board 5 The Validity and Reliability of the IOth-Grade Health Knowl- edge Test Developed by the North Carolina State Department of Public Instruction-Ellen C. Essick, MEd; Karen King, PhD; Lyn Lawrence, PhD; and Daniel Bibeau, PhD • Board 6 Risk Behaviors Related to Cardiovascular Disease and Cancer in Rural Southeastern School-Aged Children-Stephen Nagy, PhD; R. Carl Westerfield, PhD; and Jebose Okwumabua, PhD • Board 7 The Role of Peer Leaders in School-Based Alcohol Abuse Prevention Programs-Luanne Rohrbach, MPH; William Hansen, PhD; and John Graham, PhD • Board 8 An Evaluation of a Computer-Based School Health Education Program-Kris Bosworth, MS; Betty Chewning, PhD; Robert Hawkins, PhD; David Gustafson, PhD; and Richard Van- Koningsveld, MS • Board 9 Multidimansioqal Comparison of Self-Esteem in a Sample of 9th-Grade Girls and Boys-Robert J. McDermott, PhD; and Phillip Marty, PhD 44 PROGRAM SCHEDULE • Board 10 Perceptions of Accountability Mechanisms for Health Edu- cation-David Shore, PhD; Elena M. Sliepcevich, DPE; and Charles Richardson, EdD SPONSOR: SCHOOL EDUCATION AND SERVICES 1026 Convention Center, Exhibit Hall C SOCIAL WORK POSTER SESSION Presider: Roberta Krakoff, MSW • Board I Suicide and the Black Adolescent: Research and Practical Issues-Patricia Bell-Scott, PhD; and Patrick C. McKenry, PhD • Board 2 The Use of Teen Theatre Videos in Child Sexual Abuse Prevention-Cynthia Burdyshaw, BA • Board 3 Children's Services Provided within Domestic Violence Shel- ters-Elizabeth T. Ortiz, DSW • Board 4 The Happs Model Equals Effective Senior Citizens Health Promotion Programs-M. Sutherland, DEd • Board 5 Interagency and Intergovemmental Issues in the Care of the Homeless Chronic Alcoholic-Q. B. Welch, PhD • Board 6 Education as a Factor Impacting Attitudes toward Aging: Implications for Practice-Donald Ensley, PhD; and Lauretta Lewis, MSW • Board 7 Life Skill Assessment and Analysis of Impediments Facing Homeless Men in an Urban Shelter-B. Kleinman, OTR; S. McKnight, MN; E. Frank-Regan, MSN; R. Gist, PhD; and Q. Welch, PhD SPONSOR: SOCIAL WORK 1027 Convention Center, Room 44 HEALTH ACTIVISTS ROUNDTABLES Table 1 Patient Dumping-Robert Schiff, MD Table 2 South Africa-To be announced Table 3 Central America-Maurice Lemon, MD Table 4 Nazi Medicine: Implications for Current Practice-Sherry Weingart, MPH Table 5 Hunger and Homelessness-Bekki Johnson, MPH; and Regina Galer-Unti, MS Table 6 Teen Pregnancy and Infant Mortality-Arden Handler, DrPH; and Kay Johnson, MPH Table 7 National Health Service-To be announced Table 8 Mental Health Services for the Homeless-Stuart Levine, MD Table 9 Corporatization and the Physician/Patient Relationship-Josh Freeman, MD Table 10 Baby M and Newer Issues in Reproductive Rights-Mardge Cohen, MD; and Claire Feinson, MA SPONSOR: SOCIALIST CAUCUS 10271 Convention Center, Exhibit Hall C WOMEN'S CAUCUS POSTER SESSION I Presider: to be announced • Board 1 The Relationship between Gender Biases in Toy Advertising and the Development of Gender Identity in Children- Deborah G. Hogan, MSW • Board 2 Depressive Symptoms and Pregnancy: A Multisite Commu- nity Study-R. L. Fischbach, PhD; K. K. Bucholz, PhD; L. N. Robins, PhD; and W. Eaton, PhD • Board 3 Maternal Mortality, New York City, 1980-84-M. Harris, MD; C. Syverson, RN, MPH; W. Chavkin, MD, MPH; and J. Marinoff, PA TIMN 322321
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Monday 2:00-3:00 PM 1070 Convention Center, Room 11 USING AUDIO VISUALS FOR IMPACT presider: Miriam Martin, PhD, RN • 2:00 Marketing Home Care Services: The Development of Videotapes for Use with Health Care Providers, Caregivers and Community Organizations-Mary J. Steiner, PhD • 2:20 Diabetes Self-Management Skills: Does Home Care Make a Difference?-Mary K. Snitgen, RN, MS • 2:40 Capitalizing on Contemporary Technology: Videotape Nursing Intervention Strategies for Southeast Asian Refugees-Jeannine D. Muldoon, RN, MS • 3:00 Decreasing Back Injuries Among Home Care Workers-Jean O. Trotter, MS, RNC; and Gale Schreiber, BS, RN 3:20 Discussion Monitor: Marianne G. Zelewsky, MSN SPONSOR: PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING 1071 Convention Center, Room 38 MANAGING THE UNMANAGEABLE: WHAT I LEARNED FROM RUNNING PUBLIC HOSPITALS Presider: Emily Friedman 2:15 Leon Zucker 2:35 Elliott C. Roberts 2:55 Liston A. Witherall 3:15 Discussion SPONSOR: PUBLIC HOSPITALS CAUCUS 1072 Convention Center, Room 16 THE HEALTH STATUS OF CHILDREN Presider: Kathryn A. Henningson, PhD • 2:00 Health Status of Children: What Do We Really Know?-Marlene Lugg, DrPH • 2:20 Findings from the National Children and Youth Study II-C.regory Christenson, PhD; and Cheryl Damberg, MPH • 2:40 Stressful Life Events and School Children's Mental Health and Behavior-Margaret Grey, DrPH • 3:00 Biomedical Indicators of Cardiovascular Risk among Adolescents by Race and Sex-Akbar Davami, PhD; and William H. Creswell, Jr., PhD SPONSORS: SCHOOL HEALTH EDUCATION AND SERVICES, POPULATION AND FAMILY PLANNING, LABORATORY, SOCIAL WORK, PUBLIC HEALTH NURS- ING, VISION CARE, MENTAL HEALTH, MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH, DENTAL HEALTH, PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION, PODtATRIC HEALTH, ALCOHOL AND DRUGS, EPIDEMIOLOGY 1073 Convention Center, Room 3 SOCIAL CULTURAL PROBLEMS AND ISSUES IN HEALTH CARE Presider Sunny Andrews, DrPH • 2:00 The Alaska Area Native Health Service MARS System: Imple- mentation Report, January 1987-Gene Carnicum, PhD • 2:15 Developing Community-Based Services for Children of Minority Substance-Abusers-Alan J. Levy, MSW • 2:30 Comprehensive Sexual Assault Service Delivery in a Public Hospital-Based System-Sandra Holliday, MSW; Marilyn M. Lewis, MSSW, MPH; and Alice R. Washington, MSW • 2:45 Integrating Refugee Mental Health Care into Existing Systems- Alice A. Liebergart, PhD 3:00 Discussion SPONSOR: SOCIAL WORK 1074 Convention Center, Room 25 TEENAGE PREGNANCY Presider: Debra Stokes, MSSW • 2:00 Teen Linkage Center: A Service for Inner-City Adolescents- Marie Littlejohn, MSW; Donna O'Hare, MD; and Carol Mazor, MSW • 2:20 The Influence of Mental and Physical Health Services on the Impact of Adolescent Pregnancy-Arlene Rubin Stiffman, PhD • 2:40 Short-Term Individual Counseling and Casework as a Component of a School-Based Pregnancy Prevention Program-Sheryl Roth, CSW; and Mindy Stem, CSW 3:00 Discussion SPONSOR: SOCIAL WORK 1075 Convention Center, Room 35 HEALTH POLICY ISSUES IN HEALTH CARE Presider Rosalie Kane, PhD • 2:00 DRGs and the Evolving Nature of Medical Social Work Practice: The Impact of Organizational Policy on Client-Worker Relation- ships-Jerald Shapira, DSW • 2:12 The Impact of Medicine's Prospective Payment Policy and Elderly Clients-Sheryl Goldberg, MSW; and Carroll Estes, PhD • 2:24 Monitors of Social Work Activity and the Patient Profile Form for Quality Assurance-Jane A. Gulko, PhD; and Herbert Tibbs, ACS W • 2:36 Payment of Kin in Community Care: Administrators' Attitudes- Suzanne E. Osterbusch, PhD; and Nathan L. Linsk, PhD • 2:48 The Effect of Nursing Home Placement on a Sample of Retired Middle-Class Families-Shirley H. Wattenberg, MA; Michael Patchner, PhD 3:00 Discussion SPONSOR: SOCIAL WORK 1077 Convention Center, Baproom A, B, C SPECIAL PROGRAM: ENOUGH OF BANDAIDS: THE NEED FOR A NATIONAL HEALTH PROGRAM Presider Vicente Navarro, MD Featured Speaker. Reverend Jesse Jackson Jackson SPONSORS: SOCIALIST CAUCUS, AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKAN NATIVE CAUCUS, BLACK CAUCUS, LATINO CAUCUS, LESBIAN AND GAY CAUCUS, WOMENS CAUCUS, COALITION FOR A NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE, NA- TIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH STUDENT CAUCUS, PEACE CAUCUS, PUBLIC HOSPITALS CAUCUS, ASIAN AMERICAN CAUCUS 1078 Convention Center, Room 14 ISSUES IN STATISTICS AFFECTING PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMS Presider Earl S. Pollack, ScD • 2:00 Problems in Obtaining Statistics on AIDS-Linda T. Bilheimer, PhD PROGRAM SCHEDULE 51 TIMN 322328

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