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  Volume 24, Number 2, May 2013

Table of Contents

Note from the Editor

pp. ix-xiii
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ACU Column

Community Health Centers' Role in Family Planning

pp. 429-434
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Part I
Homelessness
Brief Communications

Shaping the Jail Inreach Project: Program Evaluation as a Quality Improvement Measure to Inform Programmatic Decision Making and Improve Outcomes

pp. 435-443
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Improving the Quality of Discharge Care for the Homeless: A Patient-centered Approach

pp. 444-455
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Original Papers

Factors Associated with Geriatric Syndromes in Older Homeless Adults

pp. 456-468
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Do Official Hospitalizations Predict Medical Vulnerability among the Homeless?: A Postdictive Validity Study of the Vulnerability Index

pp. 469-486
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Perceptions of Homelessness in Older Homeless Veterans, VA Homeless Program Staff Liaisons, and Housing Intervention Providers

pp. 487-498
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Literature Review

Medical Respite Programs for Homeless Patients: A Systematic Review

pp. 499-524
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Part 2
Immigration, Borders, and Languages
Original Papers

Should I Call an Interpreter?—How do Physicians with Second Language Skills Decide?

pp. 525-539
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Barriers and Facilitators of Cervical Cancer Screening among Women of Hmong Origin

pp. 540-555
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Poverty is the Main Environmental Factor for Obesity in a Mexican-Border City

pp. 556-565
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Hepatitis B Knowledge, Screening, and Vaccination among Hmong Americans

pp. 566-578
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Colorectal Cancer Screening among Korean American Immigrants: Unraveling the Influence of Culture

pp. 579-598
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Health Behavior Changes following Breast Cancer Treatment: A Qualitative Comparison among Chinese American, Korean American, and Mexican American Survivors

pp. 599-618
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Effects of Race and Language on Patient-Centered Cancer Nursing Care and Patient Outcomes

pp. 619-632
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Barriers to Care for Cambodian Patients with Diabetes: Results from a Qualitative Study

pp. 633-655
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Health Care Access and Utilization among Hispanic Manufacturing Workers along the Texas-Mexico Border

pp. 656-670
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A Collaborative Mental Health Research Agenda in a Community of Poor and Underserved Latinos

pp. 671-687
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Part 3
Primary Care and Cancer in Underserved Communities
Brief Communications

Identifying Patient, Community and Program Specific Barriers to Free Specialty Care Utilization by Uninsured Patients in East Baltimore

pp. 688-696
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Home-Based Caregiving for People Living with HIV/AIDS in South Africa

pp. 697-705
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Can Access to a Medical-Legal Partnership Benefit Patients with Asthma who Live in an Urban Community?

pp. 706-717
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Colorectal Cancer Surgery Outcomes for Vulnerable Patients in Safety-net versus Non-safety-net Hospitals

pp. 718-729
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Commentaries

"The God of Death Takes Half of Our Children": Health of Women and Children in the Sundarbans Islands

pp. 730-740
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Organizing Uninsured Safety-Net Access to Specialist Physician Services

pp. 741-752
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Original Papers

African American Women's Perspectives on Breast Cancer: Implications for Communicating Risk of Basal-like Breast Cancer

pp. 753-767
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Attitudes Surrounding Implementation of the HPV Vaccine for Males among Primary Care Providers Serving Large Minority Populations

pp. 768-776
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Medical Skepticism and Complementary Therapy Use among Older Rural African-Americans and Whites

pp. 777-787
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Factors Contributing to Poor Physical Health in Incarcerated Women

pp. 788-801
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Comparing Preventive Visits of Children in Foster Care with other Children in Medicaid

pp. 802-812
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Home Asthma Triggers: Barriers to Asthma Control in Chicago Puerto Rican Children

pp. 813-827
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Providers' Perceptions of Parental Concerns about HPV Vaccination

pp. 828-839
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Part 4
Innovative Programs
Reports from the Field

Increasing the Relevance of Research to Underserved Communities: Lessons Learned from a Retreat to Engage Community Health Workers with Researchers

pp. 840-849
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Project ECHO: Replicating a Novel Model to Enhance Access to Hepatitis C Care in a Community Health Center

pp. 850-858
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Folic Acid Awareness vs. Supplementation: A New Tool to Bridge the Gap

pp. 859-863
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Brief Communication

The Use of Financial Incentives to Increase Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Purchases in Lower-Income Households: Results of a Pilot Study

pp. 864-874
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Part 5
Health Policy and Epidemiology
Report from the Field

Implementing Institute of Medicine Recommendations on Collection of Patient Race, Ethnicity, and Language Data in a Community Health Center

pp. 875-884
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Commentaries

Equal and Universal Access?: Water at Mealtimes, Inequalities, and the Challenge for Schools in Poor and Rural Communities

pp. 885-891
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Can Midlevel Dental Providers Be a Benefit to the American Public?

pp. 892-906
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Original Papers

Cumulative Social Risk and Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Obesity during the Transition to Adulthood

pp. 907-927
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Proportional Differences in Emergency Room Adult Patients with PTSD, Mood Disorders, and Anxiety for a Large Ethnically Diverse Geographic Sample

pp. 928-942
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Perspectives on Community Dental Clinics and Oral Health Inequities in British Columbia

pp. 943-953
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When Patients Govern: Federal Grant Funding and Uncompensated Care at Federally Qualified Health Centers

pp. 954-967
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Books Recently Received

Books Recently Received

pp. 968-969
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Research Areas

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