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Posters at Tennessee Public Health Association: 2008

• Landrus Burress: “An Evaluation of Community-Based Programs Aimed at Reducing Infant Mortality in Memphis/Shelby County, TN: Best Practices and Approaches.”

• Sara Jacob: “Agreement between Perceived and Measured Body mass Index (BMI) in a College Population.”

Tennessee Department of Health 13th Annual Health Summit of Minority Communities: Shifting the Focus from Disease to Determinants- Nov. 2008 4 student abstracts accepted

• Landrus Burress: “Improving the Infant Mortality Rates in Memphis/Shelby Co., TN: Recommendations Based on Best Practices and Approaches”

• Sara Jacob: “Prevalence of Obesity and Hypertension among African Americans in a Metropolitan University Setting.”

• Patricia Schroeder: “Infant Feeding Perceptions among African American Women in Shelby County: Implications for Breastfeeding Promotion.”

• LaRonia Hurd-Sawyer: “Syphilis in Memphis: Uncovering Determinants of High Rates”

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