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A model of HIV disclosure: Disclosure and types of social relationships
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to assess perceptions of HIV positive (+) persons regarding disclosure of their serostatus to others with the goal of developing a model of HIV disclosure thatExpand
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"Epidemiological criminology": coming full circle.
Members of the public health and criminal justice disciplines often work with marginalized populations: people at high risk of drug use, health problems, incarceration, and other difficulties. AsExpand
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Particulate matter and carbon monoxide multiple regression models using environmental characteristics in a high diesel-use area of Baguio City, Philippines.
In Baguio City, Philippines, a mountainous city of 252,386 people where 61% of motor vehicles use diesel fuel, ambient particulate matter <2.5 microm (PM(2.5)) and <10 microm (PM(10)) in aerodynamicExpand
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Improving the Health of Minority Communities through Probation-Public Health Collaborations: An Application of the Epidemiological Criminology Framework
This article explores the notion that common dynamic risks may underlie both criminal justice system involvement and poor health outcomes among members of minority groups in the U.S. We introduce theExpand
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Epidemiological Criminology: Drug Use Among African American Gang Members
Epidemiological methods and public health theories can be tied to theories of crime and delinquency and used to create evidence-based policy. Interdisciplinary theoretical approaches to existing, andExpand
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Transdisciplinary Research Perspective: Epidemiological Criminology as an Emerging Theoretical Framework for Substance Abuse Research
Substance use poses an important transdisciplinary problem both conceptually and methodologically. This transdisciplinary nature of substance use requires an awareness of distinctions between publicExpand
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Social service needs and case management implications for individuals accessing a faith-based suburban homeless shelter.
The purpose of this study was to identify social service needs and case management implications for homeless and marginally housed individuals accessing services at a suburban faith-based agency. TheExpand
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Gender role socialization in african american men: A conceptual framework
From educational institutions to the media, images about African American men are transmitted throughout society with few, if any, positive portrayals. These myths, misconceptions, and stereotypesExpand
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Validating the Utility of the Spanish Version of the American Diabetes Association Risk Test
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) Risk Test, often used for decisions to blood glucose screen or not, lacks studies reporting the reliability or validity for the Spanish version of the tool.Expand
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Food Safety Informatics: A Public Health Imperative
To date, little has been written about the implementation of utilizing food safety informatics as a technological tool to protect consumers, in real-time, against foodborne illnesses. Expand
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