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  Volume 2, Number 2, Fall 2012

Table of Contents

Editors' Note

pp. v-vi
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Narrative Symposium: Delivering Health Care in Severely Resource-Constrained Settings

Introduction

Introduction: Developing Health Care in Severely Resource-Constrained Settings

pp. 73-74
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Personal Narratives

Closing the Gaps in Pediatric HIV/AIDS Care, One Step at a Time

pp. 75-78
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The Triplets

pp. 78-81
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The Day I Touched Jesus

pp. 81-84
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Building a Foundation

pp. 84-86
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Global Health Careers: Serving the Navajo Community

pp. 86-89
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Moral Responsibility in a Context of Scarcity: the Journey of a Haitian Physician

pp. 89-92
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Delivering Health Care in Saharawi Refugee Camps Near Tindouf (Algeria)

pp. 92-95
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Poverty, Surgery, and Systems

pp. 95-98
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How was Haiti?

pp. 98-101
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On Partnership

pp. 101-106
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Pains And Gains Of Rural Health Practice: Lessons Books Never Taught

pp. 106-109
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Lives Saved, With a Little Help from Friends

pp. 109-113
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Personal Narratives (Web Only Content)

Telling

pp. E1-E4
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Bringing Cancer Care to Those who Don't Have It

pp. E10-E12
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The Invisible Children

pp. E4-E6
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What inspires action in Global Health?

pp. E6-E10
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Comentary

Striving To Do Good: Well-Springs, Realities, and Paradoxes of Medical Humanitarian Work

pp. 115-119
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"To make a difference . . .": Narrative Desire in Global Medicine

pp. 121-124
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Research Article

Do Physicians Disclose Uncertainty When Discussing Prognosis in Grave Critical Illness?

pp. 125-135
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Case Study

The Efficacy of Ethics Discernment in the Organizational Context: The Case of Post-Offer Nicotine Screening

pp. 137-146
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Research Areas

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