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ISSN: 1545-1151 Volume 1: No. 4, October 2004
Published on September 15, 2004

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The special focus of this issue is technology.

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FROM THE EDITOR IN CHIEF

  A01: Revolution
  Lynne S. Wilcox
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COMMENTARY

  A02: Digital Government and Public Health
  Jane E. Fountain
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ESSAY

  A03: Reengineering Vital Registration and Statistics Systems for the United States
Charles J. Rothwell
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ORIGINAL RESEARCH

PEER REVIEWED
  A04: Addressing Tobacco in Managed Care: Results of the 2002 Survey
  Carol McPhillips-Tangum, Carmella Bocchino, Rita Carreon, Caroline Erceg, Bob Rehm
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PEER REVIEWED
A05: A Randomized Controlled Open Trial of Population-based Disease and Case Management in a Medicare Plus Choice Health Maintenance Organization
David C. Martin, Marc L. Berger, David T. Anstatt, Jonathan Wofford, DeAnn Warfel, Robin S. Turpin, Carolyn C. Cannuscio, Steven M. Teutsch, Bernard J. Mansheim
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PEER REVIEWED
A06: Demonstration of an E-mailed Worksite Nutrition Intervention Program
Gladys Block, Torin Block, Patricia Wakimoto, Clifford H. Block
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PEER REVIEWED
A07: Inadequate Functional Health Literacy in Spanish as a Barrier to Cervical Cancer Screening Among Immigrant Latinas in New York City
Samantha Garbers, Mary Ann Chiasson
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PEER REVIEWED
A08: Interorganizational Relationships Within State Tobacco Control Networks: A Social Network Analysis
Melissa Krauss, Nancy Mueller, Douglas Luke
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PEER REVIEWED
A09: Older Adult Perspectives on Physical Activity and Exercise: Voices From Multiple Cultures
Basia Belza, Julie Walwick, Sharyne Shiu-Thornton, Sheryl Schwartz, Mary Taylor, James LoGerfo
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PEER REVIEWED
A10: Predictors of Dropouts From a San Diego Diabetes Program: A Case Control Study
Stephen R. Benoit, Ming Ji, Regina Fleming, Athena Philis-Tsimikas
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PEER REVIEWED
A11: Use of a Community Trail Among New and Habitual Exercisers: A Preliminary Assessment
Paul M. Gordon, Samuel J. Zizzi, Jeff Pauline
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PEER REVIEWED
A12: Use of Complementary Therapies Among Primary Care Clinic Patients With Arthritis
Carla J. Herman, Peg Allen, William C. Hunt, Arti Prasad, Teresa J. Brady
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PEER REVIEWED
A13: Use of the Internet for Health Information by the Chronically Ill
Todd H. Wagner, Laurence C. Baker, M. Kate Bundorf, Sara Singer
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SPECIAL TOPICS IN PUBLIC HEALTH

PEER REVIEWED
  A14: The eHealth Behavior Management Model: A Stage-based Approach to Behavior Change and Management
  Robert J. Bensley, Nelda Mercer, John J. Brusk, Ric Underhile, Jason Rivas, Judith Anderson, Deanne Kelleher, Melissa Lupella, André C. de Jager
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PEER REVIEWED
  A15: What Do We Mean by Internet Access? A Framework for Health Researchers
  Nigel E. Bush, Deborah J. Bowen, Jean Wooldridge, Abi Ludwig, Hendrika Meischke, Robert Robbins
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COMMUNITY CASE STUDIES

PEER REVIEWED
  A16: A Regional Health Care System Partnership With Local Communities to Impact Chronic Disease
  Marcus Plescia, Dennis R. Joyner, Teresa L. Scheid
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STEP-BY-STEP: MAKING YOUR COMMUNITIES HEALTHIER

  A17: Fighting Back Against Childhood Obesity Through the Cape May County Children’s Health Summit
  Marilou Rochford, Elizabeth Kaminsky
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  A18: Skin and Colon Cancer Media Campaigns in Utah
  Camille Broadwater, Janet Heins, Catherine Hoelscher, Adam Mangone, Cami Rozanas
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TOOLS & TECHNIQUES

  A19: An Approach to Coordinate Efforts to Reduce the Public Health Burden of Stroke: The Delta States Stroke Consortium
  Virginia J. Howard, Joe Acker, Camilo R. Gomez, Ada H. Griffies, Wanda Magers, Max Michael III, Sean R. Orr, Martha Phillips, James M. Raczynski, John E. Searcy, Richard M. Zweifler, George Howard; for The Delta States Stroke Consortium
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  A20: Considerations for Using a Geographic Information System to Assess Environmental Supports for Physical Activity
  Dwayne E. Porter, Karen A. Kirtland, Matthew J. Neet, Joel E. Williams, Barbara E. Ainsworth
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BOOK REVIEWS

  A21: Underage & Overweight: America’s Childhood Obesity Crisis — What Every Family Needs to Know, by Frances M. Berg
  Chodaesessie Wellesley-Cole Morgan
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

PEER REVIEWED
  A22: Differences in Smoking Prevalence Between the Adult Tobacco Survey and the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
  Leigh T. Ramsey, Andrew Pelletier, Susan Knight
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