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  Volume 24, Number 4, November 2013

Table of Contents

International and Immigrant Health Mental Health Diverse Ethnicities in the U.S. Health Policy

Note from the Editor

p. x
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ACU Workforce Column: Expanding and Supporting the Health Care Workforce

pp. 1423-1431
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Part 1: International and Immigrant Health

Report from the Field

Health, Hope, and Human Development: Building Capacity in Public Housing Communities on the U.S.-Mexico Border

pp. 1432-1439
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Brief Communication

Utility and Effectiveness of Orbito-ocular B-scan Ultrasonography in an African Developing Country

pp. 1440-1447
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Original Papers

Community Health Workers, Social Support and Cervical Cancer Screening among High-risk Groups in Rural Mexico

pp. 1448-1459
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Are Very Poor Women More Vulnerable to Violence Against Women?: Comparison of Experiences of Female Beggars with Homemakers in an Urban Slum Settlement in Ibadan, Nigeria

pp. 1460-1473
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The Cultural Basis for Oral Health Practices among Somali Refugees Pre-and Post-Resettlement in Massachusetts

pp. 1474-1485
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Increasing Access to Care for Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Patients: Assessment of a Scaling-up Program

pp. 1486-1497
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Are Differences between Patient and Provider Explanatory Models of Diabetes Associated with Patient Self-Management and Glycemic Control?

pp. 1498-1510
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Hypertension among Oral Contraceptive Users in El Paso, Texas

pp. 1511-1521
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Part 2: Mental Health

Report from the Field

Consulting Psychiatry within an Integrated Primary Care Model

pp. 1522-1530
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Brief Communications

The Influence of Perceived Discrimination on Health-Related Quality of Life in an East Coast American Indian Tribe

pp. 1531-1541
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Ethnically Diverse Patients’ Perceptions of Clinician Computer Use in a Safety-net Clinic

pp. 1542-1551
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Original Papers

Contours of Usual Care: Meeting the Medical Needs of Diverse People with Serious Mental Illness

pp. 1552-1573
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Nurse versus Community Health Worker Identification of Psychosocial Risks in Pregnancy through a Structured Interview

pp. 1574-1585
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Patients’ Perceived Cultural Sensitivity of Health Care Office Staff and Its Association with Patients’ Health Care Satisfaction and Treatment Adherence

pp. 1586-1598
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Part 3 Diverse Ethnicities in the United States

Heroes and Great Ideas

“Sisters In Motion Memphis:” A Faith-Based Community Effort to Lose Weight and Improve the Health of African American Women

pp. 1599-1603
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Reports from the Field

Development and Implementation of a Navigator-Facilitated Care Coordination Algorithm to Improve Clinical Outcomes of Underserved Latino Patients with Uncontrolled Diabetes

pp. 1604-1613
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Establishing the Infrastructure to Comprehensively Address Cancer Disparities: A Model for Transdisciplinary Approaches

pp. 1614-1623
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Addressing the Unexpected: Lessons Learned from a Randomized Controlled Trial Conducted in Partnership with a Low-income, Rural Community

pp. 1624-1635
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Strengthening Rural Latinos’ Civic Engagement for Health: The Voceros de Salud Project

pp. 1636-1647
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Understanding and Reducing Obstacles in a Collaboration between a Minority Institution and a Cancer Center

pp. 1648-1656
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Brief Communications

Cigarillo use among High-Risk Urban Young Adults

pp. 1657-1665
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An Examination of End-of-Life Care in a Safety Net Hospital System: A Decade in Review

pp. 1666-1675
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Patterns of Clinical Response to PSA Elevation in American Indian/Alaska Native Men: A Multi-center Pilot Study

pp. 1676-1685
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Original Papers

Predictors of End-stage Renal Disease in the Urban Poor

pp. 1686-1700
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Efficient Identification of Low-Income Asian American Women at High Risk for Hepatitis B

pp. 1701-1716
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Prevalence and Correlates of Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Among a Midwest Community Sample of Low-Acculturated Latinas

pp. 1717-1738
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Triglyceride Screening May Improve Cardiometabolic Disease Risk Assessment in Latinos with Poorly Controlled Type 2 Diabetes

pp. 1739-1755
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Health Literacy, Physician Trust, and Diabetes-related Self-care Activities in Hispanics with Limited Resources

pp. 1756-1768
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Part 4: Health Policy

Original Papers

Race, Ethnicity, and Language Data Collection by Health Plans: Findings from 2010 AHIPF-RWJF Survey

pp. 1769-1783
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African American Men’s and Women’s Perceptions of Clinical Trials Research: Focusing on Prostate Cancer among a High-Risk Population in the South

pp. 1784-1800
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Recruiting Underserved Mothers to Medical Research: Findings from North Carolina

pp. 1801-1815
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Efficiency Disparities among Community Hospitals in Tennessee: Do Size, Location, Ownership, and Network Matter?

pp. 1816-1833
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List of Reviewers 2013–2013

pp. 1835-1860
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Books Recently Received

pp. 1861-1863
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Research Areas

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