Men’s Health Caucus – Session Details

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Men’s Health Caucus

A. Fadich, MPH, CHES and R. D. Duquette, PhD, CHES

Monday, November 4, 2013: 8:30 AM

3071.0 – Come on, baby, don’t say maybe: Gender-focused views of sexual health (a joint session of the Men’s Health Caucus and Women’s Caucus)
Westin Waterfront, Burroughs

Monday, November 4, 2013: 10:30 AM

3160.0 Men’s health: Thinking globally while acting locally
Westin Waterfront, Paine

10:30 AM – Males health and males health reporting in Germany: A desciption on the actual situation
D. Bardehle, Prof. Dr.sc.med

10:45 AM – Men’s health: Medical myths and media mendacity
I. Banks

11:00 AM – Men’s health policy development and implementation – the Australian perspective
J. Macdonald, Foundation Chair in Primary Health Care, Director, Men’s Health Information and Resource Centre, UWS; A. Brown, BSc. MBA

11:15 AM – Moving towards a salutogenic paradigm of men’s health promotion: The significance of men’s shed
L. Hlambelo, PhD Student

Monday, November 4, 2013: 12:30 PM

3261.0 Changing male attitudes about engaging in good health behaviors
Westin Waterfront, Paine

12:30 PM – Prostate cancer screening: Helping MEN decide
D. Brooks, MD, MPH

12:50 PM – Men’s motivation for eating and physical activity: Implications for men’s health education
J. Gast, PhD, MCHES; H. Madanat, PhD; J. Leiker, PhD; A. Nielson, MS

1:10 PM – African American males & digital health
W. Tisdale, MPH, MA, DCC

1:30 PM – Reaching men to participate in a health screening program
W. Poage, MHA; E. D. Crawford, MD; P. Arangua

Monday, November 4, 2013: 2:30 PM

3371.0 Navigation programs and services for men and boys
Westin Waterfront, Paine

2:30 PM – Insurance status and disparities in health access and health status of men aged 18 to 64 in Massachusetts; An examination of data from a local-level behavioral risk factor surveillance survey (BRFSS)
L. Arsenault, PhD; S. Tendulkar, ScD, ScM; S. King, MS, A. Pless, MS; D. Arledge; L. Fried, DSc, MS

2:50 PM – Access to healthcare services using a nurse navigation/education model
L. Niemann, PMP

3:10 PM – Healthcare reform: Continuing the prostate screening debate; Where does patient navigation belong?
M. Preston, MPH, PhD; K. Glover-Collins, MD, PhD; D. Gray, BS; S. A. Smith, MPH; R. Henry-Tillman, MD

3:30 PM – Navigated care: Increasing access to health care and integrated wellness programs
D. Arledge; A. W. Pless, MS; S. King, MS; S. Tendulkar, ScD, ScM; J. Keller, MD; C. A. Jacob, MPH

Tuesday, November 5, 2013: 10:30 AM

4134.0 Reassessing masculinity: What defines a real man?
Westin Waterfront, Grand Ballroom E

10:30 AM – Faith and masculinity: A discussion on raising awareness and promoting wellness among Latino men
M. J. Rovito, PhD; J. Leone, PhD, MS, CHES; P. Zavitsanos, MPH(c)

10:45 AM – Real men don’t” Unintentional constructions of gender in public health interventions
P.J. Fleming, MPH; J. G. L. Lee, MPH, CPH; S. Dworkin, PhD, MS

11:00 AM – Working with men: Reframing the therapeutic encounter
E. Stephens, MD; A. Ellis, LCSW; G. Treacy, LCSW-R

11:15 AM – Man therapy: A web-based approach that uses humor to increase help seeking and prevent suicide among men
J. Hindman, MS

Tuesday, November 5, 2013: 12:30 PM

4177.0 Male health: a multicultural and multidimensional assessment
BCEC, Exhibit Hall A/B1

Board 1 – Chronic diseases in adults and elderly men: To prevent or minimize damage? polutiona-based study in campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil
T. Bastos, MPH; M. Barros, PhD; M. C. Alves, PhD

Board 2 – Describing the “digital divide”: Information technology use in prostate cancer patients with lower socioeconomic status
M. Levy, MD; L Kwan, MPH; C. Saigal, MD, MPH

Board 3 – Schools flunk the health test
Y. Jurovitzki, MPH

Board 4 – Exploring disordered eating among college males using the objectification theory
C. Payne-Purvis, MS; M. Menn, MS, CHES; B. Chaney, PhD, MCHES; M. Stellefson, PhD; D. Chaney, PhD, CHES

Board 5 – Moving toward a new normal: Latinas supporting their husbands after prostatectomy for prostate cancer
K. Williams; E. Hicks, MA; N. Chang, MSN; S. E. Connor, MPH, CHES; M. S. Litwin, MD, MPH; S. L. Maliski, RN, PhD, FAAN

Board 6 – “las famosas picardias mexicanas…/ the famous Mexican mischievousness…”: Risk communication amongst Latino famililes affected by prostate cancer
S. L. Maliski, RN, PhD, FAAN; S. E. Connor, MPH, CHES; E. M. Hicks, MA; M. S. Litwin, MD, MPH

Board 7 – No longer an island: Results from the lindsay height’s men’s wellness council
A. E. Harley, PhD, MPH, RD; J. Tobin, MPH; M. Sabir; D. A. Frazer, MPH; T. Weber, MPH; C. Odom-Williams, MBA

Board 8 – Sexual assault victimization among male victims or partner violence
D. Hines, PhD; E. Douglas, PhD

Board 9 – Systematic review of barber-administered health education and outreach programs in African American communities
J. S. Luque, PhD, MPH; L. Ross, PhD, MPH; C. K. Gwede, PhD, MPH, RN

Board 10 – Teenage African American males giving back to their own communities as peer advocates for male health on Chicago’s south side
P. W. Mosena, PhD; G. Philipp, BA

Tuesday, November 5, 2013: 2:30 PM

4334.0 Redefining men’s health needs for less recognized subgroups: military/veterans and AI/AN
Westin Waterfront, Paine

2:30 PM – Epidemiology of male health acress the lifespan: A comparison of state, national, and global data on health outcomes in males
J. Leone, PhD, MS, CHES

2:45 PM – American Indian and Alaska Native men’s health: Needs for interventions and services
B. Seals, PhD, MPH; S. Manson, PhD; O. Casey; E. Bothwell, DDS, MPH, MA, PhD

3:00 PM – Redefining health priorities and improving health promotion for military communities
J. Herzog

3:15 PM – Differences between two cohorts of veterans crisis line callers: Veterans with and without a history of veterans health administration care
M. Kopacz, MD, PhD; P. Britton, PhD; B. Stephens, MS; R. Bossarte, PhD

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