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  Volume 24, Number 1, February 2013

Table of Contents

A Note from the Editor

p. vii

Letter to the Editor

A Letter to the Editor: Under-Represented Minority Faculty in Academic Medical Centers

pp. viii-ix

Feature Address

Health Care Reform 2010: A Landmark Achievement for the Future

pp. 1-5

ACU Column

Cultural Competency in the Trenches

pp. 6-10

Maïmouna Diop: Improving Senegal's Public Health Sector through Pharmaceutical Equivalence

pp. 11-14

Report from the Field

The HIV/AIDS Women of Color Initiative Improving Access to and Quality of Care for Women of Color

pp. 15-26

Brief Communication

Recruitment of Black Subjects for a Natural History Study of Intracerebral Hemorrhage

pp. 27-35

The Effect of Conspiracy Beliefs and Trust on HIV Diagnosis, Linkage, and Retention in Young MSM with HIV

pp. 36-45

Cervical Cancer Screening Preferences among African American Women in the Mississippi Delta

pp. 46-55

Reducing Disparities in Access to Primary Care and Patient Satisfaction with Care: The Role of Health Centers

pp. 56-66

Improvement in Surrogate Endpoints by a Multidisciplinary Team in a Mobile Clinic Serving a Low-income, Immigrant Minority Population in South Florida

pp. 67-77


Incarceration, Community Health, and Racial Disparities

pp. 78-88

Renovating Charity Hospital or Building a New Hospital in Post-Katrina New Orleans: Economic Rationale versus Political Will

pp. 89-96

Original Papers

Disease Pattern and Social Needs of Street People in the Race Course Area of Kano, Nigeria

pp. 97-105

Health Beliefs, Attitudes and Service Utilization among Haitians

pp. 106-119

Using the Health Belief Model to Determine Safer Sexual Behavior among African Immigrants

pp. 120-134

Racial Disparities in Receiving Total Hip/Knee Replacement Surgery: The Effect of Hospital Admission Sources

pp. 135-151

Awareness of Critical Danger Signs of Pregnancy and Delivery, Preparations for Delivery, and Utilization of Skilled Birth Attendants in Nigeria

pp. 152-170

The Development of a Tracking Tool to Improve Health Behaviors in African American Adults

pp. 171-184

Preventive Discussions with Health Care Providers: Exploring Differences by Race/Ethnicity and Place

pp. 185-196

Audit of Ophthalmic Surgical Interventions in a Resource-deficient Tertiary Eye Care Facility in Sub-Saharan Africa

pp. 197-205

Black Mothers' Perceptions about Urban Neighborhood Safety and Outdoor Play for their Preadolescent Daughters

pp. 206-219

Characteristics Related to Sexual Experience and Condom Use Among Jamaican Female Adolescents

pp. 220-232

Health and Prevention among East African Women in the U.S.

pp. 233-246

Pattern and Determinants of Morbidity among People Living with HIV/AIDS in North Central Nigeria

pp. 247-261

Exploring Community Health Center and Faith-based Partnerships: Community Residents' Perspectives

pp. 262-274

"I wouldn't look at it as stress": Conceptualizations of Caregiver Stress among Low-Income Families of Children with Asthma

pp. 275-288

Classification and Correlates of Eating Disorders among Blacks: Findings from the National Survey of American Life

pp. 289-310

A Tailored Prostate Cancer Education Intervention for Low-income African Americans: Impact on Knowledge and Screening

pp. 311-331

Psychosocial Factors Associated with Gestational Weight Gain in a Low-Income Cohort

pp. 332-343

Measuring and Assessing Preventive Medicine Services in a Student-Run Free Clinic

pp. 344-358

Literature Reviews

The Problem of Late ART Initiation in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Transient Aspect of Scale-up or a Long-term Phenomenon?

pp. 359-383

Barriers to Health Care among Asian Immigrants in the United States: A Traditional Review

pp. 384-403

Advancing Research in Transitional Care: Challenges of Culture, Language and Health Literacy in Asian American and Native Hawaiian Elders

pp. 404-418

Books Recently Received

Books Recently Received

pp. 419-420

Research Areas


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