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  Volume 18, Number 2, May 2007

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved

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A Note from the Editor

pp. vii-x
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From Meharry's President

Hurricanes Katrina and Rita: Professionally Fulfilling, Personally Painful

pp. 229-232
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Commentary

Katrina Perspectives

pp. 233-240
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Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU) Column

Not Business as Usual

pp. 241-245
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Part I: What It was Like and What Happened

Reports from the Field

Persevering Through the Storm: Educating Nursing Seniors in the Aftermath of Katrina

pp. 248-254
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A Diabetes Pharmaceutical Care Clinic in an Underserved Community

pp. 255-261
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Dental Care as a Vital Service Response for Disaster Victims

pp. 262-270
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Mental Health Interventions by Telephone with Katrina Survivors

pp. 271-276
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"They Blew the Levee": Distrust of Authorities Among Hurricane Katrina Evacuees

pp. 277-282
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Original Papers

Hospitals in Hurricane Katrina: Challenges Facing Custodial Institutions in a Disaster

pp. 283-298
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Hurricane Emergency Planning by Home Health Providers Serving the Poor

pp. 299-314
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Katrina and Vulnerability: The Geography of Stress

pp. 315-330
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A Mobile Medical Care Approach Targeting Underserved Populations in post-Hurricane Katrina Mississippi

pp. 331-340
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Wading in the Waters: Spirituality and Older Black Katrina Survivors

pp. 341-354
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Part II: Assessment

Reports from the Field

The Hurricane Choir: Remote Mental Health Monitoring of Participants in a Community-based Intervention in the post-Katrina Period

pp. 356-361
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Brief Comminications

Rapid Needs Assessment among Hurricane Katrina Evacuees in Metro-Denver

pp. 362-368
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Displacement of the Underserved: Medical Needs of Hurricane Katrina Evacuees in West Virginia

pp. 369-381
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Hurricane Katrina's Impact on Pediatric and Adult Patients with Sickle Cell Disease

pp. 382-393
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Media Use and Information Needs of the Disabled During a Natural Disaster

pp. 394-404
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Original Papers

Adverse Health Outcomes after Hurricane Katrina among Children and Adolescents with Chronic Conditions

pp. 405-417
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News, Social Capital and Health in the Context of Katrina

pp. 418-430
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Brief Comminications

Mitigating the Health Effects of Disasters for Medically Underserved Populations: Electronic Health Records, Telemedicine, Research, Screening, and Surveillance

pp. 432-442
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Original Papers

Katrina-Related Health Concerns of Latino Survivors and Evacuees

pp. 443-464
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Emergency Preparedness: Knowledge and Perceptions of Latin American Immigrants

pp. 465-481
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Reports from the Field

The Resuscitation of a New Orleans Substance Abuse Treatment Agency After Hurricane Katrina

pp. 482-486
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Hurricane Readiness and Environmental Risks on the Bayous\-\-an NIEHS Community-Based Pilot Project in South Terrebonne-Lafourche Parishes, Louisiana

pp. 487-491
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Re-establishing a Home after Katrina: A Long and Winding Road

pp. 492-495
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Notable Books on the Hurricanes of 2005

p. 496
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