restricted access   Volume 21, Number 3, August 2010 Supplement

Table of Contents

Ethics, Race, and Ethnicity: The Power of Communities in Reducing Health Disparity
Papers from the 10th Anniversary of The Tuskegee University National Center for Bioethics in Research and Health Care

Guest Editors: Vivian L. Carter, PhD and Natasha Coby, MA


pp. 1-2

Unsung Hero: Monroe Nathan Work (Theologian, Social Scientist, and Crusader for Social Justice and Civil Rights)

pp. 3-5


Sankofan Socio-ethical Reflections: The Tuskegee University National Bioethics Center’s Decade of Operation, 1999–2009

pp. 6-20

Tuskegee Bioethics Center 10th Anniversary Presentation: “Commemorating 10 Years: Ethical Perspectives on Origin and Destiny”

pp. 21-25

Invoking “Tuskegee”: Problems in Health Disparities, Genetic Assumptions, and History

pp. 26-34

The Ethics of Good Communication in a Complex Research Partnership

pp. 35-45

A Foundation for Public Health Ethics at Tuskegee University in the 21st Century

pp. 46-56

Research Papers

Dietary Consumption Practices and Cancer Risk in African Americans in the Rural South

pp. 57-75

A Comparison of Two Educational Methods on Immigrant Latinas Breast Cancer Knowledge and Screening Behaviors

pp. 76-90

Increasing Prostate Cancer Screening among African American Men

pp. 91-106

Healthy Lifestyle: A Community-Based Cancer Awareness and Prevention Intervention Program

pp. 107-118

Familias Sanas: An Intervention Designed to Increase Rates of Postpartum Visits among Latinas

pp. 119-131

Culturally Targeted Educational Intervention to Increase Colorectal Health Awareness among African Americans

pp. 132-147

Increasing HIV-related Knowledge, Communication, and Testing Intentions among Latinos: Protege tu Familia: Hazte la Prueba

pp. 148-168

Promoting Diabetes Self-Management among African Americans: An Educational Intervention

pp. 169-186