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Jacobs Institute of Women's Health
The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services
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D. Richard Mauery, MS, MPH
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Volume 18 Number 6 (November/December 2008)

Who is Identified by Screening for Intimate Partner Violence?
C. Nadine Wathen PhDa,, Ellen Jamieson MEdb, Harriet L. MacMillan MD, MSc, FRCPCb, c and The McMaster Violence Against Women Research Groupd
pp 423-432

Racial Disparities In Trauma Exposure, Psychiatric Symptoms, and Service Use Among Female Patients In Veterans Affairs Primary Care Clinics
Anouk L. Grubaugh PhDa, b, David M. Slagle PhDc, Mary Long MAa, b, B. Christopher Frueh PhDd and Kathryn M. Magruder PhD, MPHa, b
pp 433-441

Spousal Violence Against Women and Suicidal Ideation in Bangladesh
Ruchira Tabassum Naved MS, PhDa and Nazneen Akhtar MS (Hons)b
pp 442-452

Angry Wives, Abusive Husbands: Relationship Between Domestic Violence and Psychosocial Variables
Farooq Naeem MBBS, MSc, MRCPsycha, Muhammad Irfan MAb, Qaiser A. Zaidi MBBS, MRCPshychc, David Kingdon MBBCh, MDd and Muhammad Ayub MBBS, MSc, MRCPsyche
pp 453-462

Representations of Cosmetic Surgery and Emotional Health in Women's Magazines in Canada
Andrea N. Polonijo BAa and Richard M. Carpiano PhD, MA, MPHb
pp 463-470

The Influence of Nurse Home Visits, Including Provision of 3 Months of Contraceptives and Contraceptive Counseling, on Perceived Barriers to Contraceptive Use and Contraceptive Use Self-Efficacy
Alan L. Melnick MD, MPHa, Rebecca E. Rdesinski MSWa, E. Dawn Creach MSa, Dongseok Choi PhDb and S. Marie Harvey DrPHc
pp 471-481

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