restricted access   Volume 28, Number 3, August 2017

Table of Contents

Erratum

p. vi
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Note from the Editor

Vulnerability

pp. viii-xii
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Commentaries

New York State Medicaid Reforms: Opportunities and Challenges to Improve the Health of Those with Serious Mental Illness

pp. 839-852
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Separate or United: The Safety Net in the Era of Health Care Integration

pp. 853-859
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Reconciling America's Research Response to Binge Drinking among American Indians and Alaskan Natives

pp. 860-868
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The Importance of Recognizing Social Vulnerability in Patients during Clinical Practice

pp. 869-880
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Like Pulling Teeth: Expanding the Oral Health Workforce by Training Physicians in Dental Extractions

pp. 881-886
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Part 1: Health Policy and Clinical Policies

Report from the Field

Patient Navigation Program for Colorectal Cancer Screening in Chinese Americans at an Urban Community Health Center: Lessons Learned

pp. 887-895
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Original Papers

Universal Design for Underserved Populations: Person-Centered, Recovery-Oriented and Trauma Informed

pp. 896-914
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Health Insurance Coverage among Puerto Rican Adults in Same-Sex Relationships

pp. 915-930
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Evaluation Activities and Influences at the Intersection of Medical and Social Services

pp. 931-951
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Iatrogenic Injury among the Aboriginal and Total Populations of British Columbia, Canada, 1991–2010: Inequities Associated with Ethnicity and Socioeconomic Status

pp. 952-972
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Assessing Culture and Climate of Federally Qualified Health Centers: A Plan for Implementing Behavioral Health Interventions

pp. 973-987
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Child and Adolescent Mental Disorders and Health Care Disparities: Results from the National Survey of Children's Health, 2011–2012

pp. 988-1011
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Health Quality Measures Addressing Disparities in Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services: What are Current Gaps?

pp. 1012-1029
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Do Medical Homes Offer Improved Diabetes Care for Medicaid Enrollees with Co-occurring Schizophrenia?

pp. 1030-1041
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Head Trauma in Jail and Implications for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in the United States: Case Report and Results of Injury Surveillance in NYC Jails

pp. 1042-1049
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Part 2: Sub- Saharan Africa and Indigenous Peoples of Australia

Report from the Field

Vision Screening in Underserved and Vulnerable Populations in Kenya, Africa

pp. 1050-1055
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Brief Communication

Improving Skilled Birth Attendance in Ghana: An Evidence-Based Policy Brief

pp. 1056-1065
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Improving Human Resources for Health means Retaining Health-Workers: Application of the WHO-Recommendations for the Retention of Health-Workers in Rural Northern-Nigeria

pp. 1066-1086
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Original Papers

Differences in, and Frames of Reference of, Indigenous Australians' Self-rated General and Oral Health

pp. 1087-1103
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Attitudes and Perceptions Towards Access and Use of the Formal Healthcare Sector in Northern Malawi

pp. 1104-1115
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Socioeconomic Disparities in Health Outcomes and Access to Health Care across Three Islands in Comoros

pp. 1116-1140
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Part 3: Patient Perspectives and Health Needs

Brief Communication

Vaginal Infections in Haitian Immigrant Women Living in Miami, Florida

pp. 1141-1150
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Original Papers

Comparison of Patient Experience between a Practice for Homeless Patients and Other Practices Engaged in a Patient-Centered Medical Home Initiative

pp. 1151-1164
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D/deaf Breast Cancer Survivors: Their Experiences and Knowledge

pp. 1165-1190
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Youth Descriptions of Mental Health Needs and Experiences with School-based Services: Identifying Ways to Meet the Needs of Underserved Adolescents

pp. 1191-1207
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Disparities in Accuracy of Maternal Perceptions of Obesity among Hispanic Children

pp. 1208-1221
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Program Evaluation of the Inner South Community Health Oral Health Program for Priority Populations

pp. 1222-1239
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Books Recently Received

pp. 1240-1244
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