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  Volume 22, Number 1, February 2011

Table of Contents

Black History Month

A Note from the Editor

pp. vii-xi

Street Medicine: An Example of Reality-based Health Care

pp. 1-4

Literature Reviews

Publication of Recruitment Methods in Focus Group Research of Minority Populations with Chronic Disease: A Systematic Review

pp. 5-23

What is the Evidence for Pharmaceutical Patient Assistance Programs?: A Systematic Review

pp. 24-49

Part 1: Faith, Altruism, Family

Faith-Based Organizations, Science, and the Pursuit of Health

pp. 50-55

Original Papers

Altruism in Dental Students

pp. 56-70

Family Formation in the Inner City: Low-income Men's Perception of Their Role in Unplanned Conception and Pregnancy Prevention

pp. 71-82

Part 2: Racial/Ethnic Health Disparities

Eliminating Disparities in Cancer Screening and Follow-up of Abnormal Results: What Will It Take?

pp. 83-100

Brief Communication

Ethnic and Gender Disparities in Needed Adolescent Mental Health Care

pp. 101-110

Original Papers

Racial/ethnic Heterogeneity in the Socioeconomic Patterning of CVD Risk Factors: in the United States: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis

pp. 111-127

Race and Ethnicity are Associated with Delays in Breast Cancer Treatment (2003–2006)

pp. 128-141

Ethnicity, Nativity, and the Health of American Blacks

pp. 142-156

Determinants of Usual Source of Care Disparities among African American and Caribbean Black Men: Findings from the National Survey of American Life

pp. 157-175

Predictors of Cervical Cancer Screening for Rarely or Never Screened Rural Appalachian Women

pp. 176-193

Maternal Smoking in Chicago: A Community-Level Analysis

pp. 194-210

Correlates of Patient-Reported Racial/Ethnic Health Care Discrimination in the Diabetes Study of Northern California (DISTANCE)

pp. 211-225

Part 3: Clinical Care
Report from the Field

Successful Reorganization of an Interdisciplinary Underserved Practice

pp. 226-231

Brief Communication

An Opt-Out Influenza Vaccination Policy Improves Immunization Rates in Primary Care

pp. 232-242

Original Papers

A Survey of Indian Health Service and Tribal Health Providers' Colorectal Cancer Screening Knowledge, Perceptions, and Practices

pp. 243-257

Roles of Community Helpers in Using the Medicare Part D Benefit

pp. 258-270

Self-management among Patients Living with Diabetes in the United States Virgin Islands

pp. 271-283

Adaptation of the FLU-FOBT Program for a Primary Care Clinic Serving a Low-Income Chinese American Community: New Evidence of Effectiveness

pp. 284-295

Trends in the Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the United States: 2002–2007

pp. 296-310

Part 4: Health Policy

Creating an Effective and Efficient Publicly Sponsored Health Care Delivery System

pp. 311-319

Original Papers

Cost of Developmental Delay from Prenatal Exposure to Airborne Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons

pp. 320-329

An Expenditure Analysis of High-Cost Medicaid Recipients with HIV Disease in New York State

pp. 330-345

Contributions of Public Hospitals to Regional Health Care: A Population-Based Analysis of the County Health Care System Serving Metropolitan Chicago

pp. 346-358

Who Transitions from Private to Public Health Insurance?: Lessons from Expansions of the State Children's Health Insurance Program

pp. 359-370

Gender Differences in Financial Hardships of Medical Debt

pp. 371-388


Public Health Law & Ethics: A Reader (review)

pp. 389-390

Real Collaboration: What it Takes for Global Health to Succeed (review)

pp. 390-392

Performing Qualitative Cross-Cultural Research (review)

pp. 392-395

Letters to the Editor

pp. 396-400

Books Recently Received

pp. 401-402

Research Areas


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