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  Volume 23, Number 1, February 2012

Table of Contents

Black History Month Issue

A Note from the Editor

p. vii
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The Forgotten Minorities: Health Disparities of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Communities

pp. 1-6
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Part 1: Black History Month: Race, Ethnicity, and Health

Commentaries

Firearms, Youth Homicide, and Public Health

pp. 7-19
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Extending Medicare Immunosuppressive Medication Coverage

pp. 20-27
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Literature Reviews

What Influences African American End-of-life Preferences?

pp. 28-58
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Physical Activity Interventions with Healthy Minority Adults: Meta-Analysis of Behavior and Health Outcomes

pp. 59-80
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Report from the Field

Developing Multilingual Prescription Instructions for Patients with Limited English Proficiency

pp. 81-87
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Brief Communication

Trust in Primary Care Providers and Antiretroviral Adherence in an Urban HIV Clinic

pp. 88-98
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Original Papers

Promoting Brain Health for African Americans: Evaluating the Healthy Brain Initiative, a Community-Level Demonstration Project

pp. 99-113
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Type and Frequency of Substances Injected in a Sample of Haitian Immigrant Picuristes (Informal Injectionists) and Clients

pp. 114-131
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“I Live by Shooting Hill”—A Qualitative Exploration of Conflict and Violence among Urban Youth in New Haven, Connecticut

pp. 132-143
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Pay-For-Performance Programs to Reduce Racial/Ethnic Disparities: What Might Different Designs Achieve?

pp. 144-160
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Self-Management of Type 2 Diabetes among African Americans in the Arkansas Delta: A Strengths Perspective in Social-cultural Context

pp. 161-178
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Disparities in HIV-treatment Responses between Haitians, African Americans, and Hispanics Living in Miami-Dade County, Florida

pp. 179-190
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Condom Use among HIV-Positive Sexually Active Adults and Partner’s HIV Status in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

pp. 191-203
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Degrees of Difference among Minority Female Juvenile Offenders’ Psychological Functioning, Risk Behavior Engagement, and Health Status: A Latent Profile Investigation

pp. 204-225
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Depressive Symptoms, Substance Abuse, and Intimate Partner Violence among Pregnant Women of Diverse Ethnicities

pp. 226-241
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Health Literacy of an Urban Business Community

pp. 242-253
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Disease Prevalence and Use of Health Care among a National Sample of Black and White Male State Prisoners

pp. 254-272
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Racial and Ethnic Variation in ADHD, Comorbid Illnesses, and Parental Strain

pp. 273-289
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African American Parents’ HPV Vaccination Intent and Concerns

pp. 290-301
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Prenatal Care, Childhood Obesity, and Ethnic Health Disparities: Analyses from a Unique Population Database

pp. 302-320
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Part 2: Health Policy, Programs, and Reform

Commentaries

An End to Chronic Homelessness: An Introduction to the 100,000 Homes Campaign

pp. 321-326
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The Costs and Adequacy of Safety Net Access for the Uninsured in Genesee County, Michigan

pp. 327-338
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Reports from the Field

A Model Plan for the Uninsured: Delivering Quality and Affordability in a Limited Benefit Managed Care Safety Net Program in Flint, Michigan

pp. 339-346
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Using Theater Arts to Engage Latino Families in Dialogue about Adolescent Sexual Health: The PATH -AT Program

pp. 347-357
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Brief Communications

Federally Qualified Health Center Patients and Generic Drug Discount Programs

pp. 358-366
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A Methodological Approach to Improve the Sexual Health of Vulnerable Female Populations: Incentivized Peer-Recruitment and Field-Based STD Testing

pp. 367-375
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The Association of Body Mass Index and Perforation of the Appendix in Puerto Rican Children

pp. 376-385
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Original Papers

Health Reform and Primary Care Capacity: Evidence from Houston/Harris County, Texas

pp. 386-397
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Cancer Patient Navigator Tasks across the Cancer Care Continuum

pp. 398-413
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What is the Quality of Preventive Care Provided in a Student-Run Free Clinic?

pp. 414-424
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TennCare Disenrollment and Avoidable Hospital Visits in Davidson County, Tennessee

pp. 425-445
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Achieving Excellence in Community Health Centers: Implications for Health Reform

pp. 446-459
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Improving Diabetes Care in the Uninsured: The Success of the Access To Care Program in Cook County, Illinois

pp. 460-473
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State Policies and Language Access in California’s HMOs: Public Reporting and Regulation of HMOs’ Language Services

pp. 474-498
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Books Recently Received

Books Recently Received

p. 499
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Research Areas

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