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  1. page X - References - X edited Bibliography 1. Ely, V., Drain, G., & Rogers, A. (2002). Charlotte, North Carolina. Charles…

    Bibliography
    1. Ely, V., Drain, G., & Rogers, A. (2002). Charlotte, North Carolina. Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing.
    2. Estev, R. (2010, February 22). (J. Howard, Interviewer)
    3. http://consensus.nih.gov/2001/2001DentalCaries115html.htm
    4. http://dlib.uncc.edu/special_collections/manuscripts/html/77.php
    5. http://maps.google.com
    6. http://www.carolinasmedicalcenter.org
    7. http://www.charmeck.org/Departments/Health+Department/Home.htm
    8. http://www.charmeck.org/Departments/Public+Service+and+Information/News+Archives/2003+News/February/dental021803.htm
    9. http://www.city-data.com/county/Mecklenburg_County-NC.html
    10. http://www.cmhpf.org/Educationneighnorthchar&bidd.htm
    11. http://www.dhhs.state.nc.us/dma/chip/cmsreview.pdf
    12. http://www.eatsmartmovemorenc.com
    13. http://www.healthypeople.gov/
    14. http://www.localschooldirectory.com/city-schools/Charlotte/NC
    15. http://www.magicyellow.com/category/Churches/Charlotte_NC.html
    16. http://www.movoto.com/neighborhood/nc/charlotte/28216.htm
    17. http://www.museumofthenewsouth.org/exhibits/detail/?ExhibitId=97
    18. http://www.nc**diabetes**.org/factsFigures/PPTSlides/**Greene**2003.ppt
    19. http://nc.citysquares.com/charlotte/biddleville
    20. http://www.neighborhoodlink.com/zip/28216
    21. http://www.primecaremed.org/providers.html
    22. http://www.queencitytours.com/trendmagazine/Articles.Trend/Articles.Trend.2010/Articles.Trend.01.Jan.2010.Excelsior.htm
    23. http://www.takeitbacknc.com/Doc/leadingCausesofDeaths.html
    24. http://www.wcdental.org/wcd_professionals/2010_annual_meeting/pdf/Handout-Healthy%20Mouth,%20Healthy%20Body..Healthy%20Practice.pdf
    25. http://www.yellowpages.com/Charlotte-NC/Cemeteries
    26. http://www.zipmap.net/
    27. Shepherd, A. (2009, April 20). Diets and Behaviours to Prevent Child Obesity. Practice Nursing. 20(4),172-129 . Retrieved February 13, 2010, from CINAHL Plus with Full Text.
    28. Singleton, C. (2010, January 9). (J. Howard, K. Rhea, & A. Harrison, Interviewers)
    29. Swain, C. , Sacher, P. (2009, Jan) Child Obesity: A Manageable Condition. Nurse Prescribing. 7(1) 14-18. Retrieved February 13, 2010, from CINAHL Plus with Full Text.
    30. Washington, E. (2010, Janyary 9). (J. Howard, & K. Rhea, Interviewers)
    31. Wilkinson, J. M., & Ahern, N. R. (2009). Nursing Diagnosis Handbook, 9th Edition. Prentice Hall. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson Education Inc.
    32.www.schs.state.nc.us/SCHS/champ
    33. http://www.nutritionnc.com/wic/wiceligb.htm
    References
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  2. page Problems & Interventions edited ... 3. Insufficient Dental Care After conducting the survey of the Beatties Ford Road it was reve…
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    3. Insufficient Dental Care
    After conducting the survey of the Beatties Ford Road it was revealed that 63% of the children had not seen a physician or dentist in the past year. (Dental exams and ranked #6 amongst those we surveyed on their children’s health issues of concern.) While limited access to healthcare may be an issue for some, 93% of those that completed our survey reported, actually having healthcare coverage. In order to help decrease the number of children with limited access to healthcare North Carolina implemented The State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) called North Carolina Health Choice for Children (N.C. Health Choice), which was authorized by Congress in 1997 (22). This program provided comprehensive healthcare coverage including dental, vision and hearing services. Although the program has made a tremendous impact on access to dental care for school aged children, dental care still remains an issue.
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    the following (3):(25):
    -Nearly 20 percent of children between the ages of 2 and 4 have detectable caries (cavity).
    -Dental caries is an infectious, communicable disease resulting in destruction of tooth structure
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    -There remain large segments of the population in which the disease remains a major problem.
    -Detailed in the Surgeon General's Report on Oral Health, these health disparities tend to be clustered in minority children, the economically underprivileged, older persons, the chronically- ill, and institutionalized persons.
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    interviews tab. (2))(14))
    To provide
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    dental care. (8)(16)
    With obesity
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    more information (24).(19).
    http://www.wcdental.org/wcd_professionals/2010_annual_meeting/pdf/Handout-Healthy%20Mouth,%20Healthy%20Body..Healthy%20Practice.pdf
    Interventions from Nursing Interventions Classification text (2)
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  3. page Problems & Interventions edited ... (32)Weight Status Based on BMI Percentiles for Age and Sex Ages 10–17 Weight Status ... …
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    (32)Weight Status Based on BMI Percentiles for Age and Sex Ages 10–17
    Weight Status
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    From : www.nc**diabetes**.org/factsFigures/PPTSlides/**Greene**2003.ppt(18)www.nc**diabetes**.org/factsFigures/PPTSlides/**Greene**2003.ppt(33)
    3. Insufficient Dental Care
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    in 1997 (11).(22). This program
    The National Institute of Health states the following (3):
    -Nearly 20 percent of children between the ages of 2 and 4 have detectable caries (cavity).
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  4. page Interviews edited ... Interviews Powered by Podbean.com Eleanor Washington (32) (34) Community Advocate for Be…
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    Interviews
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    Eleanor Washington (32)(34)
    Community Advocate for Beatties Ford Road
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    Point Interview (13)(14)
    Interview with Roland Estep, JR. CDPMA, DAII
    Practice Manager
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    tooth that is abscessed and has to be removed because care has been held off. We want to provide
    care before it gets to this point.
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    Road Interview (28)(30)
    Cheri Singleton RN, MSN
    Clinical Nurse Manager
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  5. page Healthcare edited ... Nannying HIV Support Carolinas Medical Center(6) Center(4) 1000 Blythe Boulevard, Charl…
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    Nannying
    HIV Support
    Carolinas Medical Center(6)Center(4)
    1000 Blythe Boulevard, Charlotte NC 28203
    704-355-2000
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  6. page Healthcare edited Beatties Ford Road Health Concerns Mecklenburg Statistics (19) (20) With the help of Healthy C…
    Beatties Ford Road Health Concerns
    Mecklenburg Statistics (19)(20)
    With the help of Healthy Carolinians, a Community Health Assessment is conducted every four years; the most recent assessment was conducted in February 2007. Mecklenburg Healthy Carolinians uses this information to guide their efforts to support, promote, and encourage partner activities and collaboration. As identified in their 2007 community priority meeting, priority health areas include preventing chronic disease, access to healthcare, mental health, environmental health, substance abuse preventions, injury prevention, responsible sexual behavior, and maternal and child health.
    Mortality(19)Mortality(20)
    Top Ten Leading Causes of Death
    (Statistics for Beatties Ford Road on Epidemiology Page)
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    Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
    Source: NC State Center for Health Statistics; CDC NCHS
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    ON MORTALITY (19)(20)
    Cancer, heart disease and stroke are the leading causes of mortality for Mecklenburg residents, accounting for almost half of all deaths; they are the leading causes of death for people ages 45 years and above
    Alzheimer’s disease is the 4th leading cause of death; white women who as a group live longest are most likely to die from Alzheimer’s disease. In 2004,
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    Unintentional injury is the leading cause of death for those one through 44 years of age
    Health Care Facilities
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    Medical Center (25)(27)
    3627 Beatties Ford Road, Charlotte, North Carolina 28216
    (704)335-0806; (704)393-1730
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  7. page Health Services (Child) edited ... This program is free, but you must call to see if your child qualifies. -CAP/C is a program f…
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    This program is free, but you must call to see if your child qualifies.
    -CAP/C is a program for medically fragile children under the age of 19 years old that may require case management, in-home nursing care, respite care, therapy, incontinence products, mobility aids, or medical supplies.
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    for further information.(33)information.(23) http://www.nutritionnc.com/wic/wiceligb.htm
    -Immunizations
    Free school immunizations are offered at the beginning of the school year (for a limited time) on “Big Shot Saturdays”. Contact the Health Department for dates as the school year begins.
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    Services: Adoption Services for African American Children
    Additional Services: The facility also offers programs to the families that adopt children through them. These services include Chat N Chill, Kid’s Night Out, Teen Konnection, Nurturing the Spirit, Family Outreach Services, RAP, Sister 2 Sister, Respite Care, Girl Talk, Boys 2 Men, Tutoring Services, Staff and Family Beach Retreat, FUBU, Friends of Black Children Conference
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    noted otherwise. (14)(15)
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  8. page Demographics & Epidemiology edited ... of 28216 (20) (21) {Population.jpg} {PopulationByGender.jpg} ... {PopulationByEducat…
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    of 28216 (20)(21)
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    Prepared by Mecklenburg County Health Department/Epidemiology, November 2005
    Mortality Statistics (19)(20)
    Mecklenburg County Residents
    4,763
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  9. page Community edited ... 3801 Beatties Ford Road Charlotte, NC 28216 704-716-6500 ... Biddleville Area (12): (13…
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    3801 Beatties Ford Road Charlotte, NC 28216
    704-716-6500
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    Biddleville Area (12):(13):
    Johnson C. Smith University (Historic Black College & University)
    100 Beatties Ford Rd., Charlotte, NC 28216
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    Salvation Army
    214 Frazier Ave, Charlotte, NC 28216 | Biddleville
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    School System (17)(18)
    Hornets Nest Elementary School
    6700 BEATTIES FORD RD, CHARLOTTE, NC 28216
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    5318 Salem Church Rd., Charlotte, NC 28216
    Grades K-6
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    Zip Code (22):(24):
    Biddleville
    Garden Park (Firestone)
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    Washington Heights
    Wilson Heights
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    Zip Code (9)(10)
    Mecklenburg County Park-Rec
    5841 Brookshire Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28216
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  10. page home edited ... Now to take a step back, in 1829 legislation was passed making black literacy illegal. It wasn…
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    Now to take a step back, in 1829 legislation was passed making black literacy illegal. It wasn’t until after the Civil War in 1865 that the first legal black colleges were opened. In 1867, Biddle Memorial Institute took its place among these prestigious few Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). With the foresight of three white Presbyterian ministers and the contribution of Mrs. Mary Biddle the institute began its mission in educating future ministers. Later the name Biddle University took hold when after a donation of seven acres allowed them to move to where they are currently located. Then in 1921 another donation by Mrs. Jane Berry Smith donated enough funds to grow the university by 300%. Thus Johnson C Smith University was born to honor Jane’s husband.(28)
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    African American community.(12)community.(13) These petitions
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    from reference (26)(28)
    Geography {Hybrid.jpg}
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    from reference (10)(11)
    Climate (9)(10) {Climate_Averages.jpg}
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