Volume 27, Number 1, February 2016

Table of Contents

Black History Month

Erratum

p. viii
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Note from the Editor

p. ix
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ACU: Heroes and Great Ideas Column

Dr. Virgilio Licona—A Crusader for Health and Social Justice

pp. x-xii
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Part 1: Health Profession Education

Reports from the Field

Integration of Clinical Pharmacist Services into an Underserved Primary Care Clinic Utilizing an Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Model

pp. 1-7
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Implementing Community Engagement as a Mission at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles

pp. 8-21
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Original Paper

Reducing Medical School Admissions Disparities in an Era of Legal Restrictions: Adjusting for Applicant Socioeconomic Disadvantage

pp. 22-34
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Part 2: Cancer

Original Papers

A Community-Based Participatory Research on Smoking Cessation Intervention for Urban Communities

pp. 35-50
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African American Patients’ Intent to Screen for Colorectal Cancer: Do Cultural Factors, Health Literacy, Knowledge, Age and Gender Matter?

pp. 51-67
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Adult Cancer Risk Behaviors Associated with Adverse Childhood Experiences in a Low Income Population in the Southeastern United States

pp. 68-83
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Barriers to Cancer Care among American Indians and Alaska Natives

pp. 84-96
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Institutional Alliances to Reduce Cancer Disparities in Chicago

pp. 97-113
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Part 3: HIV, Behavioral Health, Sickle Cell Disease, End-of-Life Care

Commentary

Black Americans and Incarceration: A Neglected Public Health Opportunity for HIV Risk Reduction

pp. 114-130
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Original Papers

Factors Associated with HIV Discussion and Condom Use with Sexual Partners in an Underserved Community in South Africa

pp. 131-144
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Homelessness, HIV, and Incomplete Viral Suppression

pp. 145-156
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Ideological vs. Instrumental Barriers to Accessing Formal Mental Health care in the Developing World: Focus on South-eastern Nigeria

pp. 157-175
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The Social Context of Substance Use and Perceived Risk among Rhode Island Urban Minority Adolescents

pp. 176-193
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Utility of Respondent Driven Sampling to Reach Disadvantaged Emerging Adults for Assessment of Substance Use, Weight, and Sexual Behaviors

pp. 194-208
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Psychometric Validation of the Insomnia Severity Index in Adults with Sickle Cell Disease

pp. 209-218
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Toward Eliminating Hospice Enrollment Disparities among African Americans: A Qualitative Study

pp. 219-237
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Part 4: Safety-Net Facilities

Commentary

Hip and Knee Replacement in Safety-net Hospitals: Recognizing the Challenges

pp. 238-251
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Original Papers

Cultural Health Assets of Somali and Oromo Refugees and Immigrants in Minnesota: Findings from a Community-Based Participatory Research Project

pp. 252-260
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Predictors of Adherence to Post-Polypectomy Surveillance Colonoscopy

pp. 261-279
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Maintaining High Level of Care at Satellite Sickle Cell Clinics

pp. 280-292
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Fostering a Commitment to Quality: Best Practices in Safety-net Hospitals

pp. 293-307
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Estimates of Mental Health Problems in a Vulnerable Population within a Primary Care Setting

pp. 308-326
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Disparities in Primary Care EHR Adoption Rates

pp. 327-338
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Issues and Solutions for Collecting Biological Specimen in Longitudinal Studies: Experience from the Community Child Health Network Research Network

pp. 339-351
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Engaging Patients and Caregivers to Design Transitional Care Management Services at a Minority Serving Institution

pp. 352-365
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Books Recently Received

pp. 366-369
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