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  Volume 23, Number 4, November 2012

Table of Contents

A Note from the Editor

pp. ix-xi
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ACU Column

Advice from the Inside

pp. 1355-1359
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Featured Commentary

Medicaid Transformed: Why ACA Opponents Should Keep Expanded Medicaid

pp. 1360-1382
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Featured Article

Tough Times, Tough Choices: The Impact of the Rising Medical Costs on the U.S. Latino Electorate’s Health Care–Seeking Behaviors

pp. 1383-1398
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Part 1: Electronic Advances, Measurement Tools, and Health Information

Report from the Field

Applying Systems Engineering to Implement an Evidence-based Intervention at a Community Health Center

pp. 1399-1409
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Commentary

Four Ways Geographic Information Systems Can Help to Enhance Health Service Planning and Delivery for Infectious Diseases in Low-Income Countries

pp. 1410-1420
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Brief Communication

Electronic Health Record Implementation in Outpatient Safety-Net Settings in California

pp. 1421-1430
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Literature Review

Validity of Postpartum Depression Screening Across Socioeconomic Groups: A Review of the Construct and Common Screening Tools

pp. 1431-1456
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Original Papers

Perceptions of Predisposing, Enabling, and Reinforcing Factors Influencing the Use of a Continuity of Care Document in Special Needs PLWH

pp. 1457-1476
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Effects of Race/Ethnicity and Socioeconomic Status on Health Information-Seeking, Confidence, and Trust

pp. 1477-1493
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Part 2: Health Care Workforce and Settings

Heroes and Great Ideas Column

Communities Committed to Underserved Care

pp. 1494-1496
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On the Trail with a Promotor: The Legwork of Universal Care in El Salvador

pp. 1497-1501
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Reports from the Field

Developing the HIV Workforce: A Case Study of a Training Model for Inexperienced HIV Providers

pp. 1502-1511
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Institutionalization of Community Partnerships: The Challenge for Academic Health Centers

pp. 1512-1526
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Sustaining CBPR Partnerships to Address Health Disparities in Times of Economic Instability

pp. 1527-1535
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Brief Communications

Pilot Study of Impact of Medical-Legal Partnership Services on Patients’ Perceived Stress and Wellbeing

pp. 1536-1546
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Hepatitis B Prevention and Care for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders at Community Health Centers

pp. 1547-1557
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Does Continuity of Care Have an Effect on Diabetes Quality Measures in a Teaching Practice in an Urban Underserved Community?

pp. 1558-1565
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Original Papers

Physician Demography and Policy Implications

pp. 1566-1576
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Patient Activation and Disparate Health Care Outcomes in a Racially Diverse Sample of Chronically Ill Older Adults

pp. 1577-1589
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Initial Evaluation of a Student-Run Fruit and Vegetable Business in Urban High Schools

pp. 1590-1599
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Part 3: Disabilities and Health

Report from the Field

Building a Person-Centered Medical Home: Lessons from a Program for People with Developmental Disabilities

pp. 1600-1608
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Brief Communications

Access to Breast Cancer Screening Programs for Women with Disabilities

pp. 1609-1619
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Health Care Avoidance among People with Serious Psychological Distress: Analyses of 2007 Health Information National Trends Survey

pp. 1620-1629
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Original Paper

Uninsurance and its Correlates among Poor Adults with Disabilities

pp. 1630-1646
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Part 4: Homelessness

Heroes and Great Ideas Column

The Social History

pp. 1647-1649
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Brief Communications

Addressing Tobacco Use in Homeless Populations: A Survey of Health Care Professionals

pp. 1650-1659
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Comparing Homeless and Domiciled Patients’ Utilization of the Harris County, Texas Public Hospital System

pp. 1660-1670
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Consumer Choice over Living Environment, Case Management, and Mental Health Treatment in Supported Housing and Its Relation to Outcomes

pp. 1671-1677
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Original Paper

Exploring Transitions Within a Project-based Housing First Setting: Qualitative Evaluation and Practice Implications

pp. 1678-1697
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Part 5: Latino Health

Reports from the Field

Cancer Prevention in the 21st Century: The Preventorium Concept

pp. 1698-1703
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Refinement of an Educational Toolkit to Promote Cervical Cancer Screening among Hispanic Immigrant Women in Rural Southern Georgia

pp. 1704-1711
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Creating a Patient Navigation Model to Address Cervical Cancer Disparities in a Rural Hispanic Farmworker Community

pp. 1712-1718
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Original Papers

A Long Way from Home: Comparing Mental Health Measures between Foreign and U.S.-born Latinos in the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA)

pp. 1719-1732
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U.S. Drug Use and Migration Experiences of Mexican Female Sex Workers who are Injection Drug Users

pp. 1733-1749
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Behavioral Risk Factors and Latino Body Mass Index: A Cross-Sectional Study in Missouri

pp. 1750-1767
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Sociocultural Determinants of Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Adherence: An Examination of Variation among Immigrant Latinas by Country of Origin

pp. 1768-1792
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Race/Ethnicity, Acculturation, and Sex Differences in the Relationship between Parental Social Support and Children’s Overweight and Obesity

pp. 1793-1805
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Health Policy

A Model for Bidirectional Community-Academic Engagement (CAE): Overview of Partnered Research, Capacity Enhancement, Systems Transformation, and Public Trust in Research

pp. 1806-1824
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List of Reviewers 2011–2012

pp. 1825-1852
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Books Recently Received

pp. 1853-1854
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Research Areas

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