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  Volume 23, Number 2, May 2012 Supplement

Table of Contents


Issue Overview

pp. 1-3

Part 1: Festschrift for Dr. Daniel S. Blumenthal


The Utility of Large Coalitions for Community Health Programs

pp. 4-6

Paths to Success: Optimal and Equitable Health Outcomes for All

pp. 7-19

Reports from the Field

Using Mini-Grants and Service-Learning Projects to Prepare Students to Serve Underserved Populations

pp. 20-26

Developing Health Leaders to Combat Sexual Health Disparities

pp. 27-32

Original Paper

Using Evaluability Assessment and Evaluation Capacity-building to Strengthen Community-based Prevention Initiatives

pp. 33-48

Part 2: Southeastern U.S. Collaborative Center of Excellence in the Elimination of Disparities: SUCCEED


The Southeastern U.S. Collaborative Center of Excellence in the Elimination of Disparities (SUCCEED): Reducing Breast and Cervical Cancer Disparities for African American Women

pp. 49-61

Reports from the Field

The SUCCEED Legacy Grant Program: Enhancing Community Capacity to Implement Evidence-Based Interventions in Breast and Cervical Cancer

pp. 62-76

Removing Obstacles One Patient at a Time: The Importance of Faith Based Health Care in the Community

pp. 77-90


USPSTF Screening Recommendations for Breast Cancer: The Potential Impact on the African American Community

pp. 91-97

Original Papers

A Comparison of Breast and Cervical Cancer Legislation and Screening in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina

pp. 98-108

A Community-Academic Partnership to Plan and Implement an Evidence-Based Lay Health Advisor Program for Promoting Breast Cancer Screening

pp. 109-120

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