Table of Contents:
  • Conceptual framework. Changing health needs: the imperative for a milticultural paradigm
  • The emergence of the new public health paradigm in the United States
  • The evolution of health communication in the United States
  • A multicultural society: facing a new culture
  • Communicating with multicultural populations: a theoretical framework. Health communication in high-risk multicultural populations. Childhood unintentional injury prevention: multicultural perspectives
  • The usefulness of the Health Diary: findings from a case study of six Healthy Start sites
  • Parent-child communication in drug abuse prevention among adolescents
  • The effectiveness of peer education in STD/HIV prevention
  • Health communication for HIV risk reduction among homeless youth
  • The community as classroom: a health communication program among older Samoan and American Indian women
  • Health communication campaign design: lessons from the California Wellness Guide Distribution Project. Evaluation of health communication in multicultural populations. Evaluation of multicultural health communication
  • Lessons learned and implications.