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ISSN: 1545-1151 Volume 1: No. 3, July 2004
Published on June 15, 2004

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FROM THE EDITOR IN CHIEF

  A01: Summertime
  Lynne S. Wilcox
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COMMENTARY

  A02: Commentary on the VERB™ Campaign — Perspectives on Social Marketing to Encourage Physical Activity Among Youth
  Adrian Bauman
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  A03: Prevention Health Care Quality in America: Findings From the First National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Reports
  Ed Kelley, Ernie Moy, Beth Kosiak, Dwight McNeill, Chunliu Zhan, Dan Stryer, Carolyn Clancy
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ORIGINAL RESEARCH

PEER REVIEWED
  A04: Recruiting Small Manufacturing Worksites That Employ Multiethnic, Low-wage Workforces Into a Cancer Prevention Research Trial
  Elizabeth M. Barbeau, Lorraine Wallace, Ruth Lederman, Nancy Lightman, Anne Stoddard, Glorian Sorensen
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PEER REVIEWED
A05: Sun Protection Policy in Elementary Schools in Hawaii
Paul Eakin, Jay Maddock, Angela Techur-Pedro, Raphael Kaliko, D. Christian Derauf
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PEER REVIEWED
  A06: Using Focus Groups to Develop a Bone Health Curriculum for After-school Programs
Sara C. Folta, Jeanne P. Goldberg, Lori P. Marcotte, Christina D. Economos
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PEER REVIEWED
A07: Increasing Employee Awareness of the Signs and Symptoms of Heart Attack and the Need to Use 911 in a State Health Department
Crystelle C. Fogle, Carrie S. Oser, Lynda L. Blades, Todd S. Harwell, Steven D. Helgerson, Dorothy Gohdes, Michael R. Spence, Drew E. Dawson
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PEER REVIEWED
A08: A Randomized Trial of the Little by Little CD-ROM: Demonstrated Effectiveness in Increasing Fruit and Vegetable Intake in a Low-income Population
Gladys Block, Patricia Wakimoto, Diane Metz, Mary L. Fujii, Nancy Feldman, Rochelle Mandel, Barbara Sutherland
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STEP-BY-STEP: MAKING YOUR COMMUNITIES HEALTHIER

  A09: Georgia’s Cancer Awareness and Education Campaign: Combining Public Health Models and Private Sector Communications Strategies
  Demetrius M. Parker
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TOOLS & TECHNIQUES

  A10: VERB™ — A Social Marketing Campaign to Increase Physical Activity Among Youth
  Faye Wong, Marian Huhman, Carrie Heitzler, Lori Asbury, Rosemary Bretthauer-Mueller, Susan McCarthy, Paula Londe
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  A11: The VERB™ Campaign Logic Model: A Tool for Planning and Evaluation
  Marian Huhman, Carrie Heitzler, Faye Wong
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BOOK REVIEW

  A12: How Healthy Are We? A National Study of Well-Being at Midlife (Orville G. Brim, Carol D. Ryff, Ronald C. Kessler, Editors)
  Sussan K. Sutphen
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ERRATA

  A13: Erratum, Vol. 1: No. 1
 



 



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