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  Volume 20, Number 3, August 2009

Table of Contents

A Note from the Editor

pp. vii-xii
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Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU) Column

Stress and Provider Retention in Underserved Communities

pp. 597-604
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Heroes and Great Ideas Column

For the ADA Sesquicentennial: A Special Salute

pp. 605-616
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Commentary

Medical Education in the 21st Century

pp. 617-624
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Part I: Rural and American Indian Populations

Original Papers

Do Patients Bypass Rural Hospitals?: Determinants of Inpatient Hospital Choice in Rural California

pp. 625-644
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Maternal Mental Health and the Persistence of Food Insecurity in Poor Rural Families

pp. 645-661
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Race and Ethnicity and Rural Mental Health Treatment

pp. 662-677
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Family Health History and Health Behaviors in Alaska Native and American Indian People

pp. 678-694
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Adapting CAHPS® for an American Indian Population

pp. 695-712
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Part II: Costs of Health and Health Care

Brief Communications

The Cost of Health Care Services Provided to Women Enrolled in a Community-Based Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program

pp. 713-720
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Exploring the Financial Impact of Breast Cancer for African American Medically Underserved Women: A Qualitative Study

pp. 721-728
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Original Paper

Cost of Racial Disparity in Preterm Birth: Evidence from Michigan

pp. 729-747
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Part III: Children and Adolescents

Brief Communications

Development of a Computerized Medical History Profile for Children in Out-of-Home Placement Using Medicaid Data

pp. 748-755
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Increasing the Reach of HIV Testing to Young Latino MSM: Results of a Pilot Study Integrating Outreach and Services

pp. 756-765
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Original Papers

Primary Household Language and Asthma Care among Latino Children

pp. 766-779
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Ethnically Diverse Mothers’ Views on the Acceptability of Screening for Maternal Depressive Symptoms during Pediatric Well-Child Visits

pp. 780-797
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The BRAVE (Building Resiliency and Vocational Excellence) Program: Evaluation Findings for a Career-Oriented Substance Abuse and Violence Preventive Intervention

pp. 798-816
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Part IV: Health Policy and Health Care Administration

Commentary

The Health Status of Black Canadians: Do Aggregated Racial and Ethnic Variables Hide Health Disparities?

pp. 817-823
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Report from the Field

Challenges of Collaboration to Address Health Disparities in the Rapidly Growing Community of Las Vegas, Nevada

pp. 824-830
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Brief Communications

The Use of Antiplatelet Agents for Secondary Prevention of Ischemic Stroke in U.S. Ambulatory Care Settings

pp. 831-839
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A Comparison of National Emergency Department Use by Homeless versus Non-Homeless People in the United States

pp. 840-845
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An Ethnographic Study of Meal Programs for Homeless and Under-Housed Individuals in Toronto

pp. 846-853
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Original Papers

Dually Eligible and Colorectal Cancer Screening: Too Little, Too Late?

pp. 854-865
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Transforming Administrative and Clinical Practice in a Public Behavioral Health System: An Ethnographic Assessment of the Context of Change

pp. 866-883
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Can Quality Reports Help Address Health Care Disparities?: Use and Awareness of Comparative Quality Information by African Americans

pp. 884-895
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Physicians’ Implicit and Explicit Attitudes About Race by MD Race, Ethnicity, and Gender

pp. 896-913
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Engaging Student Health Organizations in Reducing Health Disparities in Underserved Communities through Volunteerism: Developing a Student Health Corps

pp. 914-928
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Reviews

Handbook for Health Care Ethics Committees (review)

pp. 929-930
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Black Pain: It Just Looks Like We’re Not Hurting (review)

pp. 931-932
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Books for Review

Recently Received

pp. 933-934
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Research Areas

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