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   2002


Volume 12 Number 1 (January/February 2002)

Pregnant women deserve informed consent too
J.S. Gonen
pp 1-3

Introduction
M.C. Romans
pp 4

Provider evaluation of a multifaceted system of care to improve recognition and management of pregnant women experiencing domestic violence
M.J. Zachary, C.B. Schechter, M.L. Kaplan, M.N. Mulvihill
pp 5-15

Depression and negative life events among pregnant African-American and Hispanic women
L.H. Zayas, M. Cunningham, M.D. McKee, K.R.B. Jankowski
pp 16-22

Drug testing welfare recipients-false positives, false negatives, unanticipated opportunities
H.A. Pollack, S. Danziger, R. Jayakody, K.S. Seefeldt
pp 23-31

Screening and treatment of anxiety disorders in pregnant and lactating women
R.B. Weisberg, J.A. Paquette
pp 32-36

Long-Term health consequences of delayed childbirth: NHANES III
A.A. Alonzo
pp 37-45

Performance indicators in women's health: incorporating women's health in the health plan employer data and information set (HEDIS)
E.D. McKinley, J.W. Thompson, J. Briefer-French, L.S. Wilcox, C.S. Weisman, W.C. Andrews
pp 46-58

Volume 12 Number 2 (March/April 2002)

Thinking about women's health: the case for gender sensitivity
A.J. Khoury, C.S. Weisman
pp 61-65

Outreach: targeting high-risk women through community partnerships
K. Barry, D.W. Britt
pp 66-78

Contraceptive counseling in managed care: preventing unintended pregnancy in adults
C.S. Weisman, D.S. Maccannon, J.T. Henderson, E. Shortridge, C.L. Orso
pp 79-95

Preventive health services use, lifestyle health behavior risks, and self-reported health status of women in Ohio by ethnicity and completed education status
M. MacDowell, L. Guo, A. Short
pp 96-102

The delivery of medical abortion services: the views of experienced providers
L.J. Beckman, S.M. Harvey, S.J. Satre
pp 103-112

Volume 12 Number 3 (May/June 2002)

Integrating social and biological research to improve men's and women's health
C.E. Bird, P.P. Rieker
pp 113-115

What's to know about study recruitment? We asked recruiters
B.A. Brown, H.L. Long, N. Milliken
pp 116-121

Breast and cervical cancer screening in Hispanic women: a literature review using the health belief model
L.T. Austin, F. Ahmad, M.-J. McNally, D.E. Stewart
pp 122-128

Access to preventive health care: is method of payment a barrier for immigrant Hispanic women?
M.E. Jones, C.L. Cason, M.L. Bond
pp 129-137

Are two doctors better than one? Women's physician use and appropriate care
J.T. Henderson, C.S. Weisman, H. Grason
pp 138-149

Before Amelia - women pilots in the early days of aviation
E.F. Lebow
pp 150-154

Volume 12 Number 4 (July/August 2002)

Healthy people 2010-leading health indicators for women
D.R. Maiese
pp 155-164

Trends in women's health services by type of physician seen: data from the 1985 and 1997-98 NAMCS
S.H. Scholle, J.C. Chang, J. Harman, M. McNeil
pp 165-177

Optimal health and well-being for women: definitions and strategies derived from focus groups of women
S. Kasle, M.S. Wilhelm, K.L. Reed
pp 178 -190

The mismatch between urban women's preferences for and experiences with primary care
A.S. O'Malley, C.B. Forrest
pp 191-203

Are women worrying about heart disease?
M.S. Biswas, P.S. Calhoun, H.B. Bosworth, L.A. Bastian
pp 204-211

Menopausal experiences and hormone replacement therapy use among women with physical impairments
H. Becker, A.K. Stuifbergen, D. Gordon
pp 212-219

Volume 12 Number 5 (September/October 2002)

Introduction
A. Clark
pp 221

Toward a systematic approach to understanding—and ultimately eliminating—African American women’s health disparities
C.J.R. Hogue
pp 222-237

Race, ethnicity, and disparities in breast cancer: victories and challenges
Nina A. Bickell
pp 238-251

Racial and ethnic disparities in coronary heart disease in women: prevention, treatment, and needed interventions
P.A. Johnson, R.S. Fulp
pp 252-271

Public health addresses racial and ethnic disparities in coronary heart disease in women: perspectives from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
G.A. Mensah, N.L. Keenan, W.H. Giles
pp 272-283





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