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Tuberculosis behavioral and social science research forum; planting the seeds for future research : proceedings
  • Published Date:
    February 2005
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Abt Associates. ; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ; National Center for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention (U.S.), Division of Tuberculosis Elimination.
  • Conference Authors:
    Tuberculosis Behavioral and Social Science Research Forum (2003 : Atlanta, GA)
  • Description:
    Section I. Introduction and Background -- -- Section II. Presentations and Panel Discussions -- Welcome Address: Opening Remarks / Harold Jaffe -- Welcome Address: Behavioral and Social Science Research in Tuberculosis Control / Kenneth Castro -- Welcome Address: Behavioral and Social Sciences in Tuberculosis Elimination / Wanda Walton -- Keynote Session: When Sacred Cows Become the Tiger's Breakfast: Defining A Role for the Social Sciences in Tuberculosis Control / Jessica Ogden -- Keynote Session: Behavior, Society and Tuberculosis Control / Masae Kawamura -- Preliminary Results from the Tuberculosis Behavioral and Social Science Literature Review / Cathy Rawls, Cristina Booker -- Neighborhood Health Messengers: Using Local Knowledge, Trust, and -- Relationships to Create Culturally Effective Tuberculosis Education and Care for Immigrant and Refugee Families / Stefan Goldberg -- Psychosocial, Social Structural, and Environmental Determinants of Tuberculosis Control / Donald E. Morisky -- Community Perspectives in Tuberculosis Control and Elimination: the Personal Experiences of Patients and Providers Panel Discussion / Robin Shrestha-Kuwahara; representatives from DeKalb County and Fulton County Public Health Departments -- Group Discussion of Themes and Issues from Day One / Mark Nichter -- Breakout Group Sessions I: Identifying Research Gaps and Needs -- Turning Research into Practice Panel Discussion / Jane Mezoff -- Sharpening the Focus on Turning Research into Practice: The Promise of Participatory Research Approaches / Shawna Mercer -- Two CDC Models from HIV Prevention: Replicating Effective Programs and Diffusion of Effective Behavioral Interventions / Agatha Eke -- Effective Intervention for Asthma / Leslie Boss -- Potential Funding Opportunities / Kathryn O'Toole -- Closing Remarks: Maintaining the Momentum on Development of a Tuberculosis Research Agenda / Nick DeLuca -- -- Section III. Results of Breakout Groups Sessions -- Identification of Tuberculosis Behavioral and Social Science Research Gaps and Needs -- Outline of Major TB Behavioral and Social Science Research Topics and Subtopics Identified at the Forum -- Descriptions of Major TB Behavioral and Social Science Research Topics and Subtopics Identified at the Forum -- -- Section IV. Appendices -- Appendix A: Forum Agenda -- Appendix B: Presentation Slides -- Appendix C: TB Behavioral and Social Science Research Gaps and Needs: -- Major Research Topics, Subtopics, and Research Questions -- Appendix D: Participant List -- Appendix E: References

    "In December 2003, the Division of Tuberculosis Elimination (DTBE), National Center for HIV, STD and TB Prevention (NCHSTP), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) convened The Tuberculosis Behavioral and Social Science Research Forum in Atlanta, Georgia. The theme was Planting the Seeds for Future Research. The goals of the Forum were to identify and prioritize TB behavioral and social science research gaps; to use that information to develop a feasible, goal-oriented research agenda that will guide TB behavioral and social science activities over a 5-year period; and to foster productive partnerships and ongoing communications between national, state, and local governmental and nongovernmental behavioral and social science researchers focusing on tuberculosis (TB). The Forum brought together over 60 academicians, researchers, TB controllers and program staff, and CDC representatives. The expectation was that their varied perspectives would contribute to the development of a research agenda addressing high priority behavioral and social aspects of TB prevention and control. The Forum was convened to address the need for further TB behavioral and social science research, as called for in the Institute of Medicine's 2000 report Ending Neglect: The Elimination of Tuberculosis in the United States. The Forum builds on the precedent of a 1994 workshop sponsored by CDC, the National Institutes of Health, and the Health Resources and Services Administration, Tuberculosis and Behavior: National Workshop on Research for the 21st Century." - p. 1

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