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01.Volume 2 Issue 4
02.Best Practice in Using Evidence for Health Policy: Do we know what it is?
03.What is Translational Research? Background, Concepts, and a Definition
04.Climate Adversity: Yet Another Stressor for Rural Adolescents (pp. 513-519)
05.Volume 5 Issue 3
06.Achieving High Performance Quality in Primary Healthcare: The Dutch Example
07.Associations Between Hunger and Emotional and Behavioral Problems: A Comparison Between Students in Botswana, Kenya, Uganda and Zambia (pp. 185-194)
08.Climate Change and Child Health in Australia: Likely Futures, New Inequities? (pp. 493-500)
09.Driving equity at a community level: Case studies of community-based peer-delivered health-care services and programs (pp. 67-78)
10.Enhancing Multidisciplinary Community Supports for Minority Preschool Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders: Promoting Family Centered and Evidence Based Practices (pp. 69-82)
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SPECIAL ISSUE: Lessons learned building community capacity: Minority and immigrant populations

Edited by Rosemary M Caron and Joav Merrick


Lessons learned in building community capacity: Minority and immigrant populations
Rosemary M Caron and Joav Merrick pp. 217-220


1. Policy and community partnerships as public health management tools for childhood lead poisoning
Rosemary M Caron and Jessica D Ulrich pp. 221-234

2. Tribal capacity building as a complex adaptive system: new insights, new lessons learned
Michelle Chino pp. 235-242

3. Against the current: Strategies for addressing public health concerns in a Native American community through partnership
Joy Doll, Linda Ohri, Teresa Cochran, Caroline Goulet, Ann Ryan Haddad, and Wehnona Stabler pp. 243-250

4. Lessons learned from adaptation and evaluation of home visitation services for Latino communities
Arthur H Owora, Jane F Silovsky, Lana O Beasley, Patty DeMoraes-Huffine, and Ivelisse Cruz pp. 251-262


5. Environmental public health education partnerships: Successes and challenges
Mary O Dereski and Lisa Pietrantoni pp. 263-274

6. Lessons learned from the Protección en Construcción (PenC) community research partnership
Linda Sprague Martinez, Uchenna J Ndulue, and Maria J Brunette pp. 275-284

7. Issues to consider when adapting evidence-based physical activity interventions with and within racial/ethnic minority communities
Elizabeth A Baker, Freda Motton, and E Yvonne Lewis pp. 285-294

8. Roles of Hispanic service organizations in tuberculosis education and health promotion
Sue Gena Lurie, Stephen Weis, and Guadalupe Munguia pp. 295-300

9. Project Salud: Using community-based participatory research to culturally adapt an HIV prevention intervention in the Latino migrant worker community
Jesús Sánchez, Claudia A Serna, and Mario De La Rosa pp. 301-308

10. The relationship between diabetes, obesity and iris markings in African Americans in Montgomery County, Alabama
Peggy Valentine, Jiangmin Xu, Tatiana Jones, Laila Haile, Myrtle Goore, Jane Smolnik, and Marceline Egnin pp. 309-320

11. Strategies for facilitating the recruitment of Latinas in cancer prevention research
Monica Rosales, Patricia Gonzalez, and Evelinn Borrayo pp. 321-328

12. Promoting youth physical activity and health career awareness in an African American faith community
Judy B Springer, Jeffrey A Morzinski, and Melissa DeNomie pp. 329-342

13. Success of “Promotores de Salud” in identifying immigrant Latino smokers and developing quit plans
Natalia Suarez, Lisa Sanderson Cox, Kimber Richter, Irazema Mendoza, Cielo Fernández, Susan Garrett, Isabel Scarinci, Edward F Ellerbeck, and A Paula Cupertino pp. 343-354

14. Developmental delay in children with blood lead levels between 5 and 9 µg/dl
Edmond A Hooker, Marilyn Goldfeder, Jeff Armada, Monica Burns, Nicholas Lander, and Aaron Senich pp. 355-359

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