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 National Children’s Study Presence at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting (November 2011)

A number of National Children’s Study Support Contractors and Study Centers—and the Program Office’s own Drs. Carl Hill and Mike Dellarco—delivered oral and poster presentations at the 2011 APHA Annual Meeting and Exposition that took place in Washington, DC on October 29–November 2, 2011. The theme of this year’s meeting was “Healthy Communities Promote Healthy Minds and Bodies.” The National Children’s Study Program Office is proud of the research efforts of our Support Contractors, Study Centers, and Program Staff working to improve the health of communities across the United States. Below is the list of APHA presentations from our National Children’s Study community.  

Poster Presentation

Title: 

Successful Recruitment and Retention of Men and Foreign-Born Women as Participants in Longitudinal Research: Learning from Community-Based Organization Staff

Presenter: 

The Harris County Hospitals and Universities National Children’s Study (HC-HUNCS) Location  

Oral Presentations

Title: 

Identifying Conceptual Approaches for Assessing the Influence of Father Involvement on Maternal and Child Health 

Presenter: 

Carl V. Hill, PhD, MPH, National Children’s Study Program Office

Title:

Father Recruitment and Retention in Longitudinal Research: A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis

Presenter:

Nancy Weinfield, PhD, Westat

Title:

Understanding Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviors of Fathers That May Influence Women Who Are Eligible to Participate and Remain in the National Children’s Study

Presenter:

Deidre Sepavich, MBA, University of Massachusetts National Children’s Study Center

Title:

Developing a Father Resource Questionnaire Designed for Use with Mothers and Fathers from Diverse Ethnicities and in Research on Maternal and Child Well Being

Presenter:

Lisa Cubbins, PhD, Battelle Memorial Institute

Title:

Use of Hair Cortisol as a Biomarker for Evaluation of Maternal Stress

Presenter:

Patricia M. McGovern, PhD, MPH, University of Minnesota Study Center

Title:

Use of Buccal Cells for Genomic Research: Lessons Learned for the National Children's Study

Presenter:

Elaine Faustman, PhD, Pacific Northwest Center for the National Children’s Study

Title:

Assessing Environmental Exposures: State-of-the-Art Approaches for Dust Contamination

Presenter:

Michael Dellarco, DrPH, National Children’s Study Program Office

Title:

Building Genomic Capacity for the National Children’s Study

Presenter:

James Swanson, PhD, Southern and Central California (SCCA) Study Center

 

  11/3/2011
  11/3/2011