restricted access   Volume 26, Number 2, May 2015

Table of Contents

Health Policy

Note from the Editor

pp. viii-ix
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ACU Column

Making the Social Determinants of Health a Routine Part of Medical Care

pp. 321-327
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Medical Education

Report from the Field

Teaching Bioethics at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)

pp. 328-334
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Part I: Epidemiology and Clinical Care

Brief Communications

Racial/ethnic and Weight Status Differences in Food Preparation among WIC Participants

pp. 335-344
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Original Papers

Traumatic Brain Injury Focus Groups as a Means to Understand Violence among Adolescent Males in the NYC Jail System

pp. 345-357
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Outcomes for Children with Chronic Conditions Associated with Parent- and Provider-reported Measures of the Medical Home

pp. 358-376
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Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates at Community Health Centers that Use Electronic Health Records: A Cross Sectional Study

pp. 377-390
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Association between Family Communication and Health Literacy among Underserved Racial/Ethnic Women

pp. 391-405
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Part 2: Refugee, Immigrant, International, and LEP Patient Populations

Commentary

The Health Implications of Deportation Policy

pp. 406-409
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No Association between Obesity and Behavior in Low-income, Preschool Latino Children

pp. 410-420
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The Effect of Living in the United States on Body Mass Index in Refugee Patients

pp. 421-430
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Economic Evaluation of a Community Health Worker-Led Health Literacy Intervention to Promote Cancer Screening Among Korean American Women

pp. 431-440
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Patient Reported Outcomes of Eat, Walk, Sleep: A Cardiometabolic Lifestyle Program for Cambodian Americans Delivered by Community Health Workers

pp. 441-452
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Original Papers

Tales from the Miami Healthy Heart Initiative: The Experiences of Two Community Health Workers

pp. 453-462
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Latino Parents’ Beliefs about Television Viewing by Infants and Toddlers

pp. 463-474
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Non-Communicable Diseases in an Older, Aging Population: A Developing Country Perspective (Jamaica)

pp. 475-487
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Feasibility of Conducting a Longitudinal, Transnational Study of Filipino Migrants to the United States: A Dual-Cohort Design

pp. 488-504
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Improving Access to Mental Health Services for Racialized Immigrants, Refugees, and Non-Status People Living with HIV/AIDS

pp. 505-518
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Part 3: Health Policy

Original Papers

Preventive Counseling Services during Primary Care Visits: A Comparison of Health Centers versus Other Physician Offices

pp. 519-535
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Strategies to Balance Fidelity to Housing First Principles with Local Realities: Lessons from a Large Urban Centre

pp. 536-553
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Defining and Rating the Effectiveness of Enabling Services Using a Multi-stakeholder Expert Panel Approach

pp. 554-576
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Low Birth Weight in Kansas

pp. 577-602
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Book Review

Black & Blue: The Origins & Consequences of Medical Racism by John Hoberman (review)

pp. 603-604
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Books Recently Received

pp. 605-608
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