Volume 22, Number 3, August 2011

Table of Contents

A Note from the Editor

pp. vii-x
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The Role of Clinicians to Empower Communities through Utilization of the Built Environment

pp. 713-719
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Commentaries

AIDS Jihad: Integrating the Islamic Concept of Jihad with HIV Prevention Theory

pp. 720-739
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Improving Access to Oral Health Care Services Among Underserved Populations in the U.S.: Is There a Role for Mid-Level Dental Providers?

pp. 740-744
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Part I: Wellness and Clinical Care

Report from the Field

Recommendations for Developing and Sustaining Community Health Workers

pp. 745-750
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Brief Communication

Neuropsychiatric Diagnosis and Psychotropic Medication Prescription Patterns in a Mental Hospital-Based Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Service in Nigeria

pp. 751-755
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Original Papers

The Role of Social Support in Multiple Morbidity: Self-Management among Rural Residents

pp. 756-771
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Management of Cardiovascular Risk in the Usual Care of Medicaid Recipients

pp. 772-790
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Predictors of Wellness and American Indians

pp. 791-803
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Improving Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Through a Statewide Telemedicine Program at a Large Federally Qualified Health Center

pp. 804-816
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Recruitment and Retention of Primary Care Physicians at Community Health Centers: A Survey of Massachusetts Physicians

pp. 817-835
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Exploring Patient-Provider Interactions in a Native American Community

pp. 836-852
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A Typology of Childhood Problems among Chronically Homeless Adults and Its Association with Housing and Clinical Outcomes

pp. 853-870
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It Takes At Least Two: Male Partner Factors, Racial/Ethnic Disparity, and Chlamydia trachomatis Among Pregnant Women

pp. 871-885
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Part 2: Race, Ethnicity, and Cancer

Report from the Field

Transcreation of Validated Smoking Relapse-Prevention Booklets for use with Hispanic Populations

pp. 886-893
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Original Papers

Multi-generational Perspectives on Health, Cancer, and Biomedicine: Northeastern Native American Perspectives Shaped by Mistrust

pp. 894-911
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Recruitment of Low Income, Predominantly Minority Cancer Survivors to a Randomized Trial of the I Can Cope Cancer Education Program

pp. 912-924
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The Influence of Sociocultural Factors on Colonoscopy and FOBT Screening Adherence among Low-income Hispanics

pp. 925-944
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Cancer Screening among Racial/Ethnic and Insurance Groups in the United States: A Comparison of Disparities in 2000 and 2008

pp. 945-961
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Part 3: Race, Ethnicity and Other Conditions

Commentaries

Prevalence of HCV Risk Behaviors Among Prison Inmates: Tattooing and Injection Drug Use

pp. 962-982
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Neurodevelopmental Outcome and Risk Factors for Impaired Development of African American Infants in an Underserved Urban Population: A Population-Based Study

pp. 983-994
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Better Care at Safety Net Providers?: Utilization of Recommended Standards of Diabetes Care for Rural Latinos in One Midwestern State

pp. 995-1013
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Understanding the Social Networks of Parents of Children with Sickle Cell Disease

pp. 1014-1029
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Typology of Chronic Pain Among Overweight Mexican Americans

pp. 1030-1047
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Part 4: Health Policy

Brief Communication

Potentially Preventable Hospital Use for Dental Conditions: Implications for Expanding Dental Coverage for Low Income Populations

pp. 1048-1058
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Original Papers

Racial and Ethnic Differences in Drug Expenditures and Access under Medicare Part D

p. 1059
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Nativity Status and Access to Care in Canada and the U.S.: Factoring in the Roles of Race/Ethnicity and Socioeconomic Status

pp. 1075-1100
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Surveying Linguistically Challenged Southeast Asian American Populations: Use of a Community-Partnered Methodology

pp. 1101-1114
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Book Reviews

Venereal Disease, Hospitals, and the Urban Poor: London's "Foul Wards," 1600-1800 (review)

pp. 1115-1116
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Health Care in World Cities: New York, Paris, and London (review)

pp. 1116-1117
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The Convergence of Science and Governance: Research Health Policy and American States (review)

pp. 1118-1119
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Books Recently Received

p. 1120
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