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  Volume 25, Number 3, August 2014

Table of Contents

Note from the Editor

p. x
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ACU Column

Addressing Asthma Disparities Using Clinical Decision Support in the Electronic Health Record

pp. 961-971
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Heroes and Great Ideas Column

From Underrepresented Minority High School Student to Medical School Faculty Member: How an Outreach Program Changed My Life

pp. 972-975
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Global Perspectives—Sub- Saharan Africa, U.S. Immigrant Populations, Cultural Tools in Health Care

Report From the Field

Ability to Deliver Services in Spanish: A Survey of Michigan Home Health Agencies, 2012

pp. 976-981
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Brief Communications

Influence of Education on HIV Infection among Pregnant Women Attending their Antenatal Care in Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis, Ghana

pp. 982-990
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Original Papers

Post-traumatic Stress Symptoms among Juvenile Offenders in Nigeria: Implications for Holistic Service Provisioning in Juvenile Justice Administration

pp. 991-1004
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Gendered Inequalities within Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme: Are Poor Women Being Penalized with a Late Renewal Policy?

pp. 1005-1020
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End-Of-Life Treatment Preference among Low-Income Older Adults: A Race/Ethnicity Comparison Study

pp. 1021-1033
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Unmet medical care and sexual health counseling needs—: a cross-sectional study among university students in Uganda

pp. 1034-1051
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Barriers to HIV Testing in Black Immigrants to the U.S.

pp. 1052-1066
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Definition and Management of Hypertension among Haitian Immigrants: A Qualitative Study

pp. 1067-1078
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Promoting Chinese-Speaking Primary Care Physicians’ Communication with Immigrant Patients about Colorectal Cancer Screening: A Cluster Randomized Trial Design

pp. 1079-1100
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Poverty and Health—Homelessness, Incarceration, Nutrition, New Tools and Models for Delivery of Care

Report From the Field

Family Gym: A Model to Promote Physical Activity for Families with Young Children

pp. 1101-1107
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Patching the Safety Net: Establishing a Free Specialty Care Clinic in an Academic Medical Center

pp. 1108-1120
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Original Papers

Exploring Protective Factors among Homeless Youth: The Role of Natural Mentors

pp. 1121-1138
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Health Outcomes and Retention in Care Following Release from Prison for Patients of an Urban Post-incarceration Transitions Clinic

pp. 1139-1152
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Do Our Patients Have Enough to Eat?: Food Insecurity among Urban Low-income Cancer Patients

pp. 1153-1168
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Adverse childhood events: Incarceration of household members and health-related quality of life in adulthood

pp. 1169-1182
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“The Stress Will Kill You”: Prisoner Reentry as Experienced by Family Members and the Urgent Need for Support Services

pp. 1183-1200
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Psychiatric Disorders, High-Risk Behaviors, and Chronicity of Episodes Among Predominantly African American Homeless Chicago Youth

pp. 1201-1216
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Substance Use, Risk of Dependence, Counseling and Treatment among Adult Health Center Patients

pp. 1217-1230
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Homelessness and Risk of End-stage Renal Disease

pp. 1231-1244
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The Impact of Obesity on Medication Use and Expenditures among Nonelderly Adults with Asthma

pp. 1245-1261
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Affecting African American Men’s Prostate Cancer Screening Decision-making through a Mobile Tablet-Mediated Intervention

pp. 1262-1277
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Trust in Health Care Providers: Factors Predicting Trust among Homeless Veterans over Time

pp. 1278-1290
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Structural Vulnerability and Problem Drinking among Latino Migrant Day Laborers in the San Francisco Bay Area

pp. 1291-1307
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Women's Health

Brief Communications

Contraceptive Implant Knowledge and Practices of Providers Serving an Urban, Low-Income Community

pp. 1308-1316
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Injectable Contraceptive Continuation among Female Exotic Dancers Seeking Mobile Reproductive Health Services

pp. 1317-1327
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Original Papers

African American Male and Female Student Perceptions of Pulvers Body Images: Implications for Obesity, Health Care, and Prevention

pp. 1328-1340
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Are Female College Students Who are Diagnosed with Depression at Greater Risk of Experiencing Sexual Violence on College Campus?

pp. 1341-1359
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HIV Testing and Engagement in Care among Highly Vulnerable Female Sex Workers: Implications for Treatment as Prevention Models

pp. 1360-1378
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Health Policy and Measurement/Research Tools

Commentary

Medicare Eligibility Age, Health Disparities, and Medicare Reform

pp. 1379-1383
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Brief Communications

Hospital Practices in the Collection of Patient Race, Ethnicity, and Language Data: A Statewide Survey, California, 2011

pp. 1384-1396
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Original Papers

The Development of the DSM-5 Cultural Formulation Interview-Fidelity Instrument (CFI-FI): A Pilot Study

pp. 1397-1417
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Race/Ethnicity and Other Social Determinants of Psychological Well-being and Functioning in Mental Health Clinics

pp. 1418-1431
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The Pattern of Association between U.S. Economic Indicators and Infant Mortality Rates at the State Level

pp. 1432-1448
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Opting to Opt-In: Policy Choice, Program Expectations and Results in West Virginia’s Medicaid Reform Initiative

pp. 1449-1471
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Book Review

To the End of June: The intimate Life of American Foster Care by Cris Beam (review)

pp. 1472-1474
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Books Recently Received

pp. 1475-1477
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Research Areas

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