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  Volume 24, Number 1, February 2013 Supplement

Table of Contents

Part I. Xavier University Health Disparities Conference Papers

Guest Editors: Leonard Jack, Jr. and Kathleen Kennedy

Part I
Xavier University Health Disparities Conference Papers
Guest Editors: Leonard Jack, Jr. and Kathleen Kennedy

Note from the Editors

Achieving Health Equity through Clinical Practice, Research and Policy

pp. 1-5


Emerging Opportunities for Pharmacists to Improve Health Care for the Poor and Underserved

pp. 6-14

Reports from the Field

Health Information Technology Use in a Rural Clinic: The Pharmacist’s Perspective

pp. 15-19

The HEAL, Phase II Project: Enhancing Features of an Electronic Medical Record System to Improve Adherence to Asthma Guidelines

pp. 20-28

Clinical Pharmacist Services in a Multidisciplinary Weight Management Clinic

pp. 29-35

Literature Review

Phytoalexins, miRNAs and Breast Cancer: A Review of Phytochemical-mediated miRNA Regulation in Breast Cancer

pp. 36-46

General Papers

The Impact of Acculturation on Diabetes Risk Among Arab Americans in Southeastern Louisiana

pp. 47-63

Assessing Pharmacy Students’ Self-Perception of Cultural Competence

pp. 64-92

Metformin Induces a Senescence-associated Gene Signature in Breast Cancer Cells

pp. 93-103

In Vitro and In Vivo evaluation of novel anticancer agents in triple negative Breast Cancer Models

pp. 104-111

Part 2
Proceedings--2012 State of Environmental Justice in America Conferece
Guest Editor: Darryl B. Hood

Note from the Editors

A Note from the Editor, Part 2

pp. 112-113

Reports from the Field

Sequencing the Public Health Genome

pp. 114-120

Developing a Cadre of Transdisciplinary Health Disparities Researchers for the 21st Century

pp. 121-128

The Maryland Commission on Environmental Justice and Sustainable Communities: A Review

pp. 129-139

Brief Communication

Demographic and Geographic Variations in Breast Cancer Mortality among U.S. Hispanics

pp. 140-152

Original Papers

Analysis of an Environmental Exposure Health Questionnaire in a Metropolitan Minority Population Utilizing Logistic Regression and Support Vector Machines

pp. 153-171

Does Distance Decay Modelling of Supermarket Accessibility Predict Fruit and Vegetable Intake by Individuals in a Large Metropolitan Area?

pp. 172-185

Research Areas


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