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Ethical Community-Engaged Research: A Literature Review
Shared Decision-Making for Cancer Care Among Racial and Ethnic Minorities: A Systematic Review
Migrant Home Attendants: Regulation and Practice in 7 Countries
Expanded HIV Testing in the US Department of Veterans Affairs, 2009-2011
Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Antiretroviral Treatment Among HIV-Infected Pregnant Medicaid Enrollees, 2005-2007
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Social Cohesion and Mortality: A Survival Analysis of Older Adults in Japan
Refining the Notion of Maturing Out: Results From the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions
Ethical Research and Minorities
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First, Do No Harm: The US Sexually Transmitted Disease Experiments in Guatemala
Crossing the Chasm of Mistrust: Collaborating With Immigrant Populations Through Community Organizations and Academic Partners
The Challenge of Promoting Interventions to Prevent Disease in Impoverished Populations in Rural Western Kenya
Redressing Past Wrongs: Changing the Common Rule to Increase Minority Voices in Research
Rethinking the Vulnerability of Minority Populations in Research
Research Ethics and Indigenous Communities
Moving Forward: Breaking the Cycle of Mistrust Between American Indians and Researchers
Creating Research Capacity Through a Tribally Based Institutional Review Board
Paradigm Shifts in Disability and Health: Toward More Ethical Public Health Research
Ethical Issues in Conducting Research With Deaf Populations
Ethical Considerations for Conducting Health Disparities Research in Community Health Centers: A Social-Ecological Perspective
Adapting Western Research Methods to Indigenous Ways of Knowing
“You’re an Open Target to Be Abused”: A Qualitative Study of Stigma and HIV Self-Disclosure Among Black Men Who Have Sex With Men
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George Wolff (1886-1952): Spreading the Legacy of Alfred Grotjahn to the United States
Museums as a Venue for Public Health Intervention
Strengthening the Network of Mentored, Underrepresented Minority Scientists and Leaders to Reduce HIV-Related Health Disparities
Launching Native Health Leaders: Reducing Mistrust of Research Through Student Peer Mentorship
Risk, Reward, and the Double-Edged Sword: Perspectives on Pharmacogenetic Research and Clinical Testing Among Alaska Native People
Comparative Effectiveness of a Faith-Based HIV Intervention for African American Women: Importance of Enhancing Religious Social Capital
The Unique Impact of Abolition of Jim Crow Laws on Reducing Inequities in Infant Death Rates and Implications for Choice of Comparison Groups in Analyzing Societal Determinants of Health
Social Resistance Framework for Understanding High-Risk Behavior Among Nondominant Minorities: Preliminary Evidence
Revisiting the Role of the Urban Environment in Substance Use: The Case of Analgesic Overdose Fatalities
Suicide Mortality Following Nursing Home Discharge in the Department of Veterans Affairs Health System
Impact of Rurality, Broiler Operations, and Community Socioeconomic Factors on the Risk of Campylobacteriosis in Maryland
The Effectiveness of Cigarette Price and Smoke-Free Homes on Low-Income Smokers in the United States
Effects of the Minimum Legal Drinking Age on Alcohol-Related Health Service Use in Hospital Settings in Ontario: A Regression-Discontinuity Approach
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