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Volume 13 Issue 2 - 2015

 

Table of Contents

CJHP Editorial Board
Table of Contents
Editorial

Improving Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Uptake: Barriers and Potential Solutions Brandon Brown, Suellen Hopfer, and Alvin Chan

i-iii
iv-v
vi-x

EMPIRICAL ARTICLES

 

Preliminary Evidence for Infusing Mindfulness, Yoga and Parenting Education Training on the Resilience-building Capacity for Incarcerated Fathers 

Jennifer K. Crawford, Gitanjali Shrestha, and Laura G. Hill

1-14

Multi-site Programming Offered to Promote Resilience in Military Veterans: A Process Evaluation of the Just Roll With It Bootcamps

Kate Hendricks Thomas, Sarah Plummer Taylor, Karl Hamner, John Glazer, and Emily Kaufman

15-24

Does Type of Disability Matter to Public Health Policy and Practice?

Amanda Reichard, Michelle Stransky, Kimberly Phillips, Charles Drum, and Monica McClain

25-36

Perspectives on Medication-Related and Other Health Disparities Affecting Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Other Pacific Islanders: A Qualitative Study

Daniel Hu, Deborah Taira Juarez, Victor Lin, Roy Goo, Michelle Yeboah, and Theresa Castillo

37-47

Get Cookin’: Investigating the Effects of a Six-week Cooking Intervention on Cooking and Dietary Behaviors among Low-income Families

Janelle Morris, Keiko Goto, Cindy Wolff, Stephanie Bianco, and Aurelia Samonte

48-60

Attitudes of a Multiethnic Group of Immigrants towards Online Social Networking and Physical Activity: Results from Focus Group Discussions

Cynthia M. Ferrara, Leland K. Ackerson, and Deirdra A. Murphy

61-73

A Community Clinic-based Approach to Address Pediatric Obesity among a Predominantly Latino Sample of Youth Enrolled in a State Health Plan

Jie W. Weiss, Melina H. Yepiz, Michele Mouttapa, Shari McMahan, and Alberto Gedissman

74-84

Determination of the Validity and Reliability of a Modified Osteoporosis Health Belief Scale and Osteoporosis Self-Efficacy Scale to Include Vitamin D

Alexa L. Evenson and Gregory F. Sanders

85-96

COMMENTARY

 

Health Education across Academic Disciplines (HEAAD): A Tool to Help Students Think Critically about the Risks of Excessive Cell Phone Use

Vic Sbarbaro and Theresa M. Enyeart Smith

97-107

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