January 1, 2001; 4 (1)
International Health Education and the Health
Education and Injury Prevention Course and Conference
Robert J. McDermott, Ph.D., FAAHB1; Klaus Klein, Dr.rer.nat.; Dale O. Ritzel, Ph.D.
[ ] 1-2
Bundeszentrale Für Gesundheitliche Aufklärung (Bzga) [Federal Centre
for Health Education] Tasks and Objectives
Elisabeth Pott; Heike Ettischer; Harald Lehmann; Helene Reemann
[ ] 3-13
A Comparison of Drug Use Behavior by Selected
U.S. and German School Youth
Anja Langness, Dipl.Päd.; Klaus Klein, Dr.rer.nat.
[ ] 14-18
Breast Cancer in Germany: A Health Education
Arlene Calvo, MPH, CHES
[ ] 19-22
The Elderly Woman and Osteoporosis
Dale O. Ritzel, Ph.D.; Klaus Klein, Dr.rer.nat.; Carol Ackermann, M.S.; Pardess Easter, M.S.
[ ] 31-34
Intimate Partner Violence in College Students: A
Ellen M. Daley, MPH. Ph.D.; Virginia J. Noland, MPH, Ph.D.
[ ] 35-40
History and Development of the Doctrine of
Hana Osman, MSSW
[ ] 41-47
The Role of the Church in the Prevention of
Paul D. Sarvela, Ph.D., Lynda M. Sagrestano, Ph.D., Ainon N. Mizan, Ph.D., Mark J. Kittleson, Ph.D., Laura A. Rowald, B.A.
[ ] 48-54
A Mother’s Guide to Prevention: Ways to Help
Your Children Grow Up Drug-Free
Elaine Rapp, B.S.
[ ] 55-56
Postpartum Depression Causes and Correlates
Tracie Merritt, B.A.; Sara Kuppin, B.A., M.S.P.H.; Michelle Wolper, B.A.
[ ] 57-63
Tobacco Use Among Women in Germany: A Brief
Robert J. McDermott, Ph.D., FAAHB; Kelli R. McCormack Brown, Ph.D., CHES
[ ] 67-73
Understanding Adolescent Anxiety Disorders: What
Teachers, Health Educators, and
Practitioners Should Know and Do
William T. Hey, PhD; Donna L. Bailey, MSE; Kristine Stouffer, PhD
[ ] 81-91
The Components of a Successful Company
Occupational Safety and Health Program in a TQM Setting
Omie Shepherd, PhD; Dale O. Ritzel, PhD; Mark J. Kittleson, PhD, FAAHB
[ ] 92-99
Comparisons of Cholesterol Screening
Participants and Non-participants in a University Setting
Rodney G. Bowden, Ph.D.
[ ] 100-104
The Dietary Fiber and Fat Intake, Dietary Fat Avoidance
Patterns, and Diet-Disease Knowledge of College Women
Carol Byrd-Bredbenner, Ph.D., R.D., F.A.D.A.; Mary Finckenor, M.A., R.D., C.D.E.
[ ] 105-110
Tailoring Messages and Design in a Web-Based
Skin Cancer Prevention Intervention
Jay M. Bernhardt, Ph.D., MPH
[ ] 290-297
Quality of Life Issues Among a Small Sample of
Persons Living with HIV Disease in a Rural Area
Richard E. Cain, Ph.D., CHES
[ ] 298-306
Nutritional Product Development: Integration
With Diet Analysis Software
Susan J. Massad, H.S.D.
[ ] 307-311
Conducting Public Health Research on the World
Jay V. Schindler, Ph.D., M.P.H., Cheryl Middleton, M.L.I.S.
[ ] 308-317
Health Promotion and Wellness Programs As a
Generalized Investment in Human Capital
Gregory O. Ginn, B.A., M.Ed., M.B.A, Ph.D.; L. Jean Henry, B.S., M.A., Ph.D.
[ ] 323-329
Social Support and Symptom Etiology:
Implications for Patient Education
Steven R. Hawks, EdD, CHES; Amy Ann Croney, MS
[ ] 330-336
Men’s Perceptions Of Health Education Methods
Used In Promoting Their Health In Relation To Cancer
Paul Fleming, Bed,MSc,PDHE, MIHPE; Arlene Spiers, RGN, RM,RHV; Gerard McElwee, BSc, PGCE, DASE, PDHP; Maeve O’Gorman, RN, BSc, PDHP, MSc
[ ] 337-344
Internet Use Policies and Implications for
Health Education: A Survey of Nebraska School Board Presidents
David Dennison, M.S., CHES, David Corbin, Ph.D., Manoj Sharma, Ph.D., Neal Grandgenett, Ph.D.
[ ] 354-360
Improving School Success for Students with Fetal
DawnElla M. Rust, Ed.D.; Rodney G. Bowden, Ph.D.
[ ] 368-375