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  Volume 6, Issue 4, Winter 2012

Table of Contents

Editorial

pp. 401-402
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Community Policy Brief

Rheumatic Disease Patients, Community Leaders, and Health Behavior Researchers: Partners in Research

pp. 403-404
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Original Research

Patients’ and Community Leaders’ Perceptions Regarding Conducting Health Behavior Research in a Diverse, Urban Clinic Specializing in Rheumatic Diseases

pp. 405-415
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Work-in-Progress and Lessons Learned

Female Sex Work Within the Rural Immigrant Latino Community in the Southeast United States: An Exploratory Qualitative Community-Based Participatory Research Study

pp. 417-427
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Changing the Conversation About Hunger: The Process of Developing Freshplace

pp. 429-434
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Developing an Urban Community–Campus Partnership: Lessons Learned in Infrastructure Development and Communication

pp. 435-441
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A Community–Academic Partnership to Adapt a Curriculum for People With Serious Mental Illnesses and Diabetes

pp. 443-450
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“In My House”: Laying the Foundation for Youth HIV Prevention in the Black Church

pp. 451-456
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Podcast Interview Transcript

pp. 457-462
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Policy and Practice

Community–University Partnerships in Community-Based Research

pp. 463-469
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Education and Training

From Leaky Pipeline to Irrigation System: Minority Education Through the Lens of Community-Based Participatory Research

pp. 471-479
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Community-Engaged Pedagogy: A Strengths-Based Approach to Involving Diverse Stakeholders in Research Partnerships

pp. 481-490
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Research as Curriculum: Engaging Undergraduates and Community Residents in Immigrant Health Research Partnerships

pp. 491-498
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Theory and Methods

Methods for Linking Community Views to Measureable Outcomes in a Youth Violence Prevention Program

pp. 499-506
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Reviewer Acknowledgment

p. 507
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Research Areas

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