2000 Summer Public Health Videoconference on Minority Health - Follow-up from presentations

Follow-up from presentations

John Ruffin

The source for the model that Dr. Ruffin referred to in his presentation is: King G, Williams DR. Race and Health: A multidimensial approach to African-American health. In BC Amick, S. Levine, A. Tarlov, D.C. Walsh (eds) Society and Health. 1995. New York: Oxford University Press.

Linda Burhansstipanov

Camara Jones

Dr. Jones' article, "Levels of Racism: Theoretical Framework and A Gardener's Tale" appeared in the August, 2000 issue of the American Journal of Public Health (volume 90, pages 1212-1215).

Olivia Carter-Pokras

Web links

William Kalsbeek

  • Articles mentioned: (more information coming)

    1. Groves and Cooper (Wiley) - nonresponse issues

Elena Yu

  • Articles mentioned (additional articles):

    1. Link BG, Phelan J. Social conditions as fundamental causes of disease. J Health Soc Behav 1995; 38 (Extra Issue): 80-94.
    2. Kaufman JS, Cooper RS. Seeking causal explanations in social epidemiology. Amer J Epidemiol 1999 150(2):113-20.
    3. Diez-Roux A, Nieto J - contextual analyis Amer J Epidemiol

Richard Warnecke

Aida Giachello

Robert Fullilove

Barbara Israel

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