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Editorial

Community Partnership Strategies: Let’s Work From the Same Playbook

pp. 213-214
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Pioneers in Health Equity: Lessons from the REACH Communities

pp. 215-217
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Original Research

Evaluation of Community–Academic Partnership Functioning: Center for the Elimination of Hepatitis B Health Disparities

p. 219
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Case Management Intervention in Cervical Cancer Prevention: The Boston REACH Coalition Women’s Health Demonstration Project

pp. 221-222
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Work-in-Progress and Lessons Learned

Evaluation of Community–Academic Partnership Functioning: Center for the Elimination of Hepatitis B Health Disparities

pp. 223-233
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Case Management Intervention in Cervical Cancer Prevention: The Boston REACH Coalition Women’s Health Demonstration Project

pp. 235-247
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A Partnered Approach for Structured Observation to Assess the Environment of a Neighborhood With High Diabetes Rates

pp. 249-259
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The Asian American Hepatitis B Program: Building a Coalition to Address Hepatitis B Health Disparities

pp. 261-271
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Cardiovascular Knowledge Among Urban American Indians and Alaska Natives: First Steps in Addressing Cardiovascular Health

pp. 273-279
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Collaborating to Address Infant Mortality: Lessons Learned from the Brownsville Action Community for Health Equality

pp. 281-288
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Instant Recess®: A Practical Tool for Increasing Physical Activity During the School Day

pp. 289-297
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A Community-Engaged Approach to Select Geographic Areas for Interventions to Reduce Health Disparities

pp. 299-305
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Community Perspective

Partnering with REACH to Create a “Diabetes-Friendly” Restaurant: A Restaurant Owner’s Experience

pp. 307-312
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Personal Stories: Voices of Latino Youth Health Advocates in a Diabetes Prevention Initiative

pp. 313-316
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Policy and Practice

A Community Mobilizes to End Medical Apartheid

pp. 317-325
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Children’s Hospital Boston Community Asthma Initiative: Partnerships and Outcomes Advance Policy Change

pp. 327-335
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Podcast Interview Transcript

pp. 337-345
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Research Areas

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