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Volume 18 Number 2 (March/April 2008)

Commentary: Achieving the Institute of Medicine’s Six Aims for Improvement in Maternity Care
Carol Sakala PhD, MSPH, a, and Maureen P. Corry MPH, a
pp 75-78

Pregnant Women’s Attitudes Toward Amniocentesis Before Receiving Down Syndrome Screening Results
Bojana Brajenoviæ-Miliæa, a, Ivana Babiæb, b, Smiljana Ristiæa, a, Jadranka Vranekoviæa, a, Gordana Bruminib, b and Miljenko Kapoviæa, a
pp 79-84

Women’s Compliance with Public Health Guidelines for Mammograms and Pap tests in Canada and the United States: An Analysis of Data from the Joint Canada/United States Survey of Health
Debra L. Blackwell, PhD, Michael E. Martinez, MPH, MHSA, and Jane F. Gentleman, PhD
pp 85-99

Predicting the Use of Individualized Risk Assessment for Breast Cancer
Suzanne Bartle-Haring, PhD, Paula Toviessi, PhD, and Heather Katafiasz, MS
pp 100-109

Quality Control in a National Program for the Early Detection of Breast Cancer: Women's Satisfaction With the Mammography Process
Ronit Almog, Lea Hagoel , Ada Tamir, Ofra Barnett, and Gad Rennert
pp 110-117

Engagement in Paraprofessional Home Visitation: Families’ Reasons for Enrollment and Program Response to Identified Reasons
S. Darius Tandon, PhDa, Kathleen Parillo, MAb, Constance Mercer, BAb,
pp 118-129

Physical and Sexual Violence Among North Carolina Women: Associations with Physical Health, Mental Health, and Functional Impairment
Sandra L. Martin, PhDa, E. Danielle Rentz, PhDb, Ronna L. Chan, MPHa,
pp 130-140

Prevalence of Experiences of Partner Violence Among Female Health Staff: Relevance to Awareness and Action When Meeting Abused Women Patients
Kristina Stenson CNM, PhD, and Gun Heimer MD, PhD
pp 141-149

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