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Increasing children's physical activity during school recess periods.
OBJECTIVES We examined whether schools' participation in the Recess Enhancement Program (REP) in the spring of 2011 was associated with higher rates of children's vigorous physical activity. Expand
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Increasing children's physical activity during school recess periods.
OBJECTIVES We examined whether schools' participation in the Recess Enhancement Program (REP) in the spring of 2011 was associated with higher rates of children's vigorous physical activity. Expand
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Civic/sanctuary orientation and HIV involvement among Chinese immigrant religious institutions in New York City
Abstract Using data from a study of Chinese immigrant religious institutions in New York City (primarily Christian and Buddhist), this paper explores why some religious institutions are more inclinedExpand
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Chinese and South Asian religious institutions and HIV prevention in New York City.
Religious institutions in Asian immigrant communities are in a unique position to confront the challenges of the HIV epidemic for the populations they serve. However, there has been little researchExpand
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Influences of stigma and HIV transmission knowledge on member support for faith-placed HIV initiatives in Chinese immigrant Buddhist and protestant religious institutions in New York City.
Ethnic religious institutions in the United States are uniquely positioned to influence HIV programming within Asian immigrant communities at large. This article examines how knowledge of HIVExpand
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The Limits and Potential of Nonprofit Organizations in Participatory Planning: A Case Study of the New York Hiv Planning Council
ABSTRACT: In addition to providing a wide range of essential services in local communities, service-providing nonprofit organizations play an important role in shaping de facto local social policyExpand
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Serving Asians and Pacific Islanders with HIV/AIDS: Challenges and Lessons Learned
This paper reports on findings from an evaluation of the Bridges Project, a community-based intervention implemented at the Asian and Pacific Islander Coalition on HIV/AIDS (APICHA), to reduceExpand
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More than ancillary: HIV social services, intermediate outcomes and quality of life
Abstract In HIV care, the use of social or “ancillary” services to stabilize life situations and remove barriers to care is often seen as a means to the end of ensuring more consistent participationExpand
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Involving immigrant religious organizations in HIV/AIDS prevention: The role of bonding and bridging social capital.
Immigrant religious organizations in the United States are uniquely positioned to address critical issues beyond religion because of their moral, social and cultural prominence in community life.Expand
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Let’s Not Ignore a Growing HIV Problem for Asians and Pacific Islanders in the U.S.
Recent analyses reported in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) show that among all racial groups in the U.S., Asians and Pacific Islanders (APIs) had the only statistically significantExpand
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