restricted access   Volume 29, Number 1, February 2018

Table of Contents

Black History Month

Heroes and Great Ideas

From Syrian Refugee to Dishwasher to Heart Doctor: The Inspirational Story of Hero and Humanitarian Dr. Heval Kelli

pp. 1-4
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Getting King's Words Right

pp. 5-8
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Reports from the Field

Strategies for Achieving Diversity through Medical School Admissions

pp. 9-18
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Commentaries

Racial/Ethnic Health Disparities Among Rural Adults—United States, 2012–2015: MMWR Surveillance Summaries / November 17, 2017 / 66(23);1–9

pp. 19-34
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Racism and Health in Rural America

pp. 35-43
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Social Support Networks: An Underutilized Resource for the Prevention of HIV and other Sexually Transmitted Diseases among Hispanic/Latino Migrants and Immigrants

pp. 44-57
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The Electronic Health Record and Health IT to Decrease Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Care

pp. 58-62
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Implementing a Course Review Process for a Continuous Quality Improvement Model for a Medical School Curriculum

pp. 63-70
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Rural Cancer Screening and Faith Community Nursing in the Era of the Affordable Care Act

pp. 71-80
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Literature Reviews

Measuring the Effect of Social Determinants on Patient Outcomes: A Systematic Literature Review

pp. 81-106
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Diagnosis and Management of Pneumocystis Pneumonia in Resource-poor Settings

pp. 107-158
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Mental Health Interventions with Community Health Workers in the United States: A Systematic Review

pp. 159-180
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Brief Communications

Successes, Challenges, and Considerations for Integrating Referral into Food Insecurity Screening in Pediatric Settings

pp. 181-191
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Antihypertensive Medication Use: Implications for Inequities in Cardiovascular Risk and Opportunities for Intervention

pp. 192-201
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A Practical Risk Stratification Approach for Implementing a Primary Care Chronic Disease Management Program in an Underserved Community

pp. 202-213
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Original Papers

Perceived Unmet Mental Health Treatment Need Among Adults with Criminal Justice System Involvement

pp. 214-227
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"Birth Control can Easily Take a Back Seat": Challenges Providing IUDs in Community Health Care Settings

pp. 228-244
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Indian Health Service Care System and Cancer Stage in American Indians and Alaska Natives

pp. 245-252
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"We feel like it was better back home:": Stress, Coping, and Health in a U.S. Dwelling African Immigrant Community

pp. 253-265
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Delayed Diagnosis of HIV among Non-Latino Black Caribbean Immigrants in Florida 2000–2014

pp. 266-283
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Examining Long-Term Mental Health in a Rural Community Post-Disaster: A Mixed Methods Approach

pp. 284-302
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Medical School Performance of Socioeconomically Disadvantaged and Underrepresented Minority Students Matriculating after a Multiple Mini-Interview

pp. 303-320
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Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Situation in Kenya's Urban Slums

pp. 321-336
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Health and Well-being of Women Migrating from Predominantly Muslim Countries to the United States

pp. 337-348
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Chuma na Uchizi: A Livelihood Intervention to Increase Food Security of People Living with HIV in Rural Zambia

pp. 349-372
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Healing Skills from the Underserved Patient Perspective

pp. 373-382
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Neighborhood Crime and Sexual Transmission Risk Behavior among Black Men Living with HIV

pp. 383-399
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Spirituality and Willingness to Participate in Health-Related Research Among African Americans

pp. 400-414
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Higher Perceived Clinic Capacity to Address Patients' Social Needs Associated with Lower Burnout in Primary Care Providers

pp. 415-429
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Effectiveness of a Retention Program to Improve Performance During the First Semester of a Doctor of Physical Therapy Program

pp. 430-447
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Time to Clinical Follow-up after Abnormal Mammogram among African American and Hispanic Women

pp. 448-462
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One Message, Many Voices: Mobile Audio Counselling in Health Education

pp. 463-480
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Provider Perceptions of the Organization's Cultural Competence Climate and Their Skills and Behaviors Targeting Patient-Centered Care for Socially At-Risk Populations

pp. 481-496
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In-Hospital Paternity Establishment: Experiences and Meaning Perceived by Unmarried Parents

pp. 497-508
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Affluence Does Not Influence Breast Cancer Outcomes in African American Women

pp. 509-529
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Physicians, Physician Extenders and Health Outcomes: Race, Gender and Patient-Health Provider Concordance in North Carolina Medicaid

pp. 530-555
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The Racial and Ethnic Composition and Distribution of Primary Care Physicians

pp. 556-570
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Book Review

The Placebo: A Reader ed. by Franklin G. Miler et al. (review)

pp. 571-572
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Books Recently Received

pp. 573-577
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