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Healthy Aging Program manuscripts published in FY2008

CDC Healthy Aging Program authors are in bold face.

Ford ES, Mokdad AH, Li C, McGuire LC, Strine TW, Okoro CA, et al. Gender differences in coronary heart disease and health-related quality of life: Findings from 10 states from the 2004 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. Journal of Women’s Health 2008;17(5):757-768.

Frank E, Carrera JS, Rao JK, Anderson LA. Satisfaction with career choice among U.S. medical students. Archives of Internal Medicine 2008;168(15):1712-1716.

Garrett MD, Baldridge D, Benson WF, McGuire LC. Missing cohorts of caregivers among American Indian and Alaska Native communities. The IHS Primary Care Provider 2008;33:105-111.

Mark H, Irwin K, Sternberg M, Anderson LA, Magid DJ, Stiffman M. Providers’ perceived barriers to sexually transmitted disease care in 2 large health maintenance organizations. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2008;35(2):184-189.

McGuire LC, Strine TW, Vachirasudlekha S, Mokdad AH, Anderson, LA. The prevalence of depression in older U.S. women, 2006 Behaviorial Risk Factor Surveillance System. Journal of Women’s Health 2008;17:501-507.

Rao JK. Applying the findings of public health research to communities: Balancing ideal conditions with real-world circumstances. Preventing Chronic Disease 2008;5(2):[4 pages].

Shenson D, Benson W, Harris AC. Expanding the delivery of clinical preventive services through community collaboration: The SPARC model. Preventing Chronic Disease 2008;5(1):[8 pages].

Thurman DJ, Stevens JA, Rao JK. Practice parameter: Assessing patients in a neurology practice for risk of falls (an evidence-based review): Report of the Quality Standards Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology. Neurology 2008;70(6):473-479.

Wright DS, Anderson LA, Brownson RC, Gwaltney MK, Scherer J, Cross AW, et al. Engaging partners to initiate evaluation efforts: Tactics used and lessons learned from the Prevention Research Centers Program. Preventing Chronic Disease 2008;5(1):[7 pages].

 

 

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