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Moappp Events

February 10, 2005
Girl Culture Gallery Event for Friends of MOAPPP

February 10 & 17
Working with GLBTQ Youth: Self-Reflection and Action

February 14, 2005 (CANCELLED!)
Sexuality Education for Life-MN Coalition Day at the Capitol

February 24, 2005
Lauren Greenfield Girl Culture Lecture/Book Signing

May 5-6, 2005
MOAPPP Annual Conference

Other Events

January 15 - March 27, 2005
Girl Culture photography exhibition by Lauren Greenfield

February 4, 2005
Drug Training/Update

February 8, 15, 24 and March 1, 2005
The TALK: An Intercourse on Coming of Age

February 21, 2005
Girls Rock! The Capitol 2005

March 25, 2005
¡Soy Unica! ¡Soy Latina!

April 11-12, 2005
2005 MN Conference on Adolescent Females


Parent-child Connectedness
Tuesday, October 26, 2004
Let's Talk! Forum
Lisa Turnham, MOAPPP
This presentation describes the impact of parent-child connections and communication on adolescent reproductive health behaviors, sharing research from the work of ETR, Associates and Annie E. Casey Foundation.

Plain Talk: Using what works with Latino youth and families.
June 21-22, 2004
MCH Summer Institute: Building Healthy Families and Communities
Lisa Turnham, MOAPPP, Kara Beckman, Neighborhood House and Teen Walkers and Talker participant.
Plain Talk, a community engagement strategy to reduce teen pregnancy is being implemented in communities across the country. Neighborhood House is St. Paul is the first organization to replicate the process in Minnesota. This presentation highlights the first phase of replication: assessing community needs through community social mapping and surveying.

A Work in Progress: Building a State Plan for Teen Pregnancy Prevention and Parenting.
November 11, 2003
NOAPPP Annual Conference
Nancy Nelson and Lisa Turnham, MOAPPP
Collaborative efforts to prevent teen pregnancy and support teen parents are an accepted and effective public health strategy. A critical element of any collaborative effort is a well-organized and articulated plan for action. This presentation examines a process for creating a statewide plan using examples from A Work in Progress: building the Minnesota State Plan for Teen Pregnancy Prevention and Parenting.

What can YOU do to prevent teen pregnancy?
October 17, 2003
Asian Youth Forum
Joy Miciano, MOAPPP
This presentation highlights what community professionals, parents and teens can do to prevent teen pregnancy. Examples are provided for the Hmong community and include research and science-based strategies.

Logic Models. Using evidence-based strategies to combat disparities in teen pregnancy.
June 26-27, 2003.
MCH Summer Institute: Addressing Health Disparities
Lisa Turnham, MOAPPP and Rebecca Fee, University of Minnesota Prevention Research Center
One of the recommendations of the Minnesota State Plan to prevent teen pregnancy is to use data and evaluation to inform program planning and continuous improvement. This presentation introduces logic models as an evidence-based tool to enhance teen pregnancy programming and combat health disparities.

Keynote Address:Tailoring Best Practice to Meet the Cultural Needs of Your Community
May 2, 2003
MOAPPP Annual Conference
Barbara Sugland, MPH, Sc.D.
Executive Director, CARTA, Inc.
Baltimore, Maryland

A Work in Progress: Building a Minnesota State Plan for teen pregnancy prevention.
May 1, 2003
MOAPPP Annual Conference
Presenters: Lisa Turnham and Joy Miciano, MOAPPP and Grit Youngquist, Saint Paul Ramsey County Department of Public Health.
A Work in Progress: Building a Minnesota Plan for Teen Pregnancy Prevention and Parenting. This presentation walks through the eight recommendations of the Minnesota State Plan providing “real life” examples from work in Saint Paul and Ramsey County.

Myth Busters and Facts: Lessons Learned through Research and Practice about What Really Works for Latino and African American Youth
April 30, 2003
MOAPPP Pre-Conference
See attachment for faculty information.