3 edition of Developing culturally appropriate AIDS prevention materials for Puerto Ricans found in the catalog.
Developing culturally appropriate AIDS prevention materials for Puerto Ricans
|Statement||by Zaida Castillo ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Castillo, Zaida., Hispanic Health Council.|
|LC Classifications||RA644.A25 D48 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. in various pagings :|
|LC Control Number||92229393|
Unless programs for individuals with disabilities are designed in a culturally appropriate way, the opportunity to make real and effective change is often lost. with Puerto Ricans being the largest. Part of her responsibilities in these roles has been developing and translating culturally competent education and outreach materials for. Conference Speakers Keynote Speakers. Monday, November 3 Dean Schillinger, M.D. is UCSF Professor of Medicine in Residence and a primary care physician at San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH). He serves as Chief of the UCSF Division of General Internal Medicine at SFGH and directs the Health Communications Research Program in the UCSF Center for Vulnerable Populations.
A random sample of Latino eighth-grade students and their mothers was recruited from New York City. The sample included Mexicans (n = ), Puerto Ricans (n = ), and Dominicans (n = ). Acculturation was unrelated to sexual behavior, but adolescent familismo was related to girls' but not boys' sexual behavior. Conference Speakers. Keynote Speaker I. Monday. October 22 – a.m. Ruth Parker, MD. Dr. Ruth Parker is Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics and Public Health at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. She is nationally and internationally recognized for her research, educational, and advocacy efforts to advance health literacy.
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Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) can help organizations address the cultural and language differences between the people who provide information and services and the people they serve.
To ensure CLAS means to provide effective, equitable, understandable and respectful quality care and services that are responsive to. HIV Prevention Interventions with Puerto Rican Injection Drug Users. HIV Prevention Interventions with Puerto.
More than half of all AIDS cases among Puerto Ricans have been attributed to. HIV and AIDS among adolescents in the United States: increasing risk in the s. 43, Castillo, Z. et al.
Developing culturally appropriate AIDS prevention materials for Puerto Ricans: an educational guide. Prepared for the AIDS Division, Connecticut Department of Health Services, Hartford, CT.
et thebindyagency.comping Cited by: Addressing the Need for Access to Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate HIV/AIDS Prevention for Latinos Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 10(5) This bibliography focuses on materials that provide HIV/AIDS prevention and sexuality education, pregnancy preven-tion, and other areas of sexual health education for culturally diverse thebindyagency.com with all sexuality education materials, SIECUS recommends that educators screen materials to make certain they are relevant to the target audience.
Start studying Health Promotions Chapter 1&2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Puerto Ricans, Cubans most common -Lack culturally appropriate health care services. 8 CULTURALLY TAILORINGHIV/AIDS PREVENTIONPROGRAMS: WHY,WHEN, AND HOW Anita Raj and Hortensia Amaro School of Public HealthBoston UniversityBoston, Massachusetts Elizabeth Reed Department of EndocrinologyBrigham and Women’s HospitalBoston, Massachusetts The HIV/AIDS pandemic has had a negative impact on millions of people across the thebindyagency.com by: This book discusses specific suggestions for prevention, education, and behavioral change strategies that are culturally relevant to African-Americans, Native Americans, Native Hawaiians, Puerto.
Jul 01, · Margaret R. Weeks, Ph.D., an anthropologist and Associate Director of Research at the Institute for Community Research, conducts studies in AIDS prevention for African American and Puerto Rican drug users, including particularly women at high risk, evaluation of community-based prevention programs, and ethnography of HIV risk associated with drug thebindyagency.com by: Mexican, Puerto Ricans, Cubans most common Large diversity within Latino population Developing sense of community within homeless population Balanced diet and appropriate serving sizes Incorporate exercise to help in weight control LEARN acronym: Steps to help with behavior change.
of Minority Health, ). Linguistically appropriate services are a key component of culturally competent health systems. Inthe U.S. Office of Minority Health issued Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Service (CLAS) standards to help health care organizations move.
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Hispanic population. 12 Puerto Ricans * are the next largest subgroup, Medical care needs to be delivered in a culturally and linguistically appropriate fashion. Because the provider-patient Cited by: Jan 01, · Free Online Library: Parenting practices among Dominican and Puerto Rican mothers.
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Ensure that client materials are written at an appropriate reading level. People who are homeless and those for whom English is a second language may need materials written at an elementary school reading level. with the highest rate occurring among Puerto Ricans and the lowest rate among Cubans and presents guidelines on developing.
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