The Tuberculosis Behavioral and Social Science Research Forum
||The Tuberculosis Behavioral and Social
Science Research Forum Proceedings
Dear Colleague Letter
Table of Contents
Section I. Introduction and Background
Section II. Presentations
and Panel Discussion
Section III. Results of Breakout Groups Sessions
Section IV. Appendices
- Appendix A: Forum Agenda
- Appendix B: Presentation Slides
and Social Science Research in Tuberculosis Control
Kenneth G. Castro, MD
and Social Sciences in Tuberculosis Elimination
Wanda Walton, Ph.D.
Sacred Cows Become the Tiger's Breakfast: Defining a Role
for the Social Sciences in Tuberculosis Control
Jessica Ogden, Ph.D.
Society and Tuberculosis Control
Masae Kawamura, M.D.
Results from the Tuberculosis Behavioral and Social Science
Cathy Rawls, M.P.H., C.H.E.S.
Cristina Booker, M.P.H.
Health Messengars: Using Local Knowledge, Trust and Relationships
to Create and Care for Immigrant and Refugee Families
Stefan Goldberg, M.D.
Social Structural, and Environmental Determinants of Tuberculosis
Donald E. Morisky, Sc.D., M.S.P.H., Sc.M.
the Focus on Turning Research into Practice: The Promise of
Participatory Research Approaches
Shawna Mercer, M.Sc., Ph.D.
Effective Programs: Turning Research into Practice
Agatha Eke, Ph.D.
of Effective Behavioral Interventions
Agatha Eke, Ph.D.
Intervention for Asthma
Leslie Boss, M.P.H., Ph.D.
Kathryn O’Toole, M.B.A.
the Momentum: Recap and Next Steps
Nick DeLuca, M.A.
- Appendix C: TB Behavioral
and Social Science Research Gaps and Needs: Major Research Topics,
Subtopics, and Research Questions
- Appendix D: Participant
- Appendix E: References
The views described in this document are those of the individual
Forum participants and are not necessarily those of the Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention, the Public Health Service, or
any other part of the U.S. government. No official endorsement by
any of the U.S. government agencies or organizations mentioned in
this document is intended or should be inferred.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Tuberculosis Behavioral
and Social Science Research Forum: Planting the Seeds for Future
Research. Proceedings of the Tuberculosis Behavioral and Social
Science Research Forum; December 10–11, 2003; Atlanta, GA: U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services, CDC; 2005.
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