Volume 20, Number 2, May 2009

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved

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A Note from the Editor

pp. vi-x
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Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU) Column

Health Information Technology: Addressing Health Disparity by Improving Quality, Increasing Access, and Developing Workforce

pp. 301-307
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Medical Education

Supports and Obstacles in the Medical School Application Process for American Indians and Alaska Natives

pp. 308-329
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Part I: Immigrant Health

Brief Communication

Developing a Disaster Preparedness Campaign Targeting Low-Income Latino Immigrants: Focus Group Results for Project PREP

pp. 330-345
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Original Papers

U.S. Latino Population Composition Change and Comprehensive Cancer Centers

pp. 346-363
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Beyond Medical Insurance: Delayed or Forgone Care among Children in Chinese Immigrant Families

pp. 364-377
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Health Needs in Brooklyn’s Chinatown: A Pilot Assessment Using Rapid Participatory Appraisal

pp. 378-394
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Generational Cohorts, Age at Arrival, and Access to Health Services among Asian and Latino Immigrant Adults

pp. 395-414
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Part II: Health Policy and Care Management

Reports from the Field

Providing Access to Specialty Care for Severely Disabled Institutional Residents: An Academic Health Center Telemedicine Model

pp. 415-422
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Brief Communication

Are State Medicaid Application Enrollment Forms Readable?

pp. 423-431
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Original Papers

Diabetes Disease Management Results in Hispanic Medicaid Patients

pp. 432-443
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Inpatient Hospital Service Utilization of the Uninsured in Nebraska: Policy Implications for Addressing Uncompensated Care

pp. 444-457
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Preventive Dental Service Utilization for Medicaid-Enrolled Children in New Hampshire: A Comparison of Care Provided by Pediatric Dentists and General Dentists

pp. 458-472
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Are There Patient Disparities When Electronic Health Records Are Adopted?

pp. 473-488
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Point-of-Sale Marketing of Tobacco Products: Taking Advantage of the Socially Disadvantaged?

pp. 489-506
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Why Do Some Health Centers Provide More Enabling Services Than Others?

pp. 507-523
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Physical and Mental Health Status of Hurricane Katrina Evacuees in Houston in 2005 and 2006

pp. 524-538
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Part III: Women's Health

Reports from the Field

Early Collaboration for Adaptation: Addressing Depression in Low-Income New Mothers

pp. 539-544
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CenteringPregnancySmiles™: Implementation of a Small Group Prenatal Care Model with Oral Health

pp. 545-553
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Original Papers

Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviors Among a Sample of HIV-Positive and HIV-Negative Females Visiting an Urban VCT Center in Haiti

pp. 554-568
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Relation of Domestic Violence to Health Status among Hispanic Women

pp. 569-582
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Reviews

Dancing with Broken Bones: Portraits of Death and Dying among Inner-city Poor (review)

pp. 583-584
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Poverty Knowledge: Social Science, Social Policy, and the Poor in Twentieth-Century U.S. History (review)

pp. 584-587
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Brief Reviews of Current Books on Nutrition, the Pharmaceutical Industry, and Poverty

pp. 587-589
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Recently Received

Recently Received

pp. 590-591
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