Volume 9 Issue 2 (International Public Health Journal)

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Editor-in-Chief: Joav Merrick (Director, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Israel)
ISSN: 1947-4989
Journal Frequency: Quarterly
Print Size: 8.5″ x 11″, Double Column

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Table of Contents

Special issue: Break the cycle of children’s environmental health disparities: An ecological framework

Editors: I Leslie Rubin, Robert J Geller, Kurt Martinuzzi, Maeve Howett, Benjamin A Gitterman, Laura Wells, Wayne Garfinkel, Claire D Coles and Joav Merrick

EDITORIAL

Break the cycle of children’s environmental health disparities: An ecological framework
I Leslie Rubin, Robert J Geller, Kurt Martinuzzi, Maeve Howett, Benjamin A Gitterman, Laura Wells, Wayne Garfinkel, Claire D Coles and Joav Merrick

REVIEW ARTICLE

Community engagement: A commentary on promoting the health of communities
I Leslie Rubin, Courtney G Flint, Melanie Pearson, Veda Johnson and Carol J Rowland Hogue

Mommy: A maternal health surveillance system
Julia CA Chaves, Enrique Cifuentes and Alessandra A Macedo

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Disparities in access to early intervention services for extremely preterm infants by family income
Marie L Fefferman, Bree L Andrews and Michael E Msall

An ecological model of health care access disparities for children
Xiaoxin Kuang, Kiana R Johnson, Karen Schetzina, Claudia Kozinetz and David L Wood

Grandparents raising grandchildren with disabilities: Assessing health status, home environment and impact of a family support case management model
Kelly Brown, Victoria Churchill, Elham Laghaie, Fatima Ali, Shaaz Fareed and Lilly Immergluck

Addressing social determinants of health at a federally qualified health center
Caroline Hensley, Avinash Joseph, Shivam Shah, Christy O’Dea and Kelley Carameli

Health vulnerabilities of Utah’s immigrant children: Breaking the cycle
Grant Holyoak, Morgann Holyoak and Courtney G Flint

Parents’ and teachers’ beliefs about school readiness: Working toward developing more culturally-relevant interventions
Ellen Litkowski and Ann Cale Kruger

“I was scared over there”: Family well-being after relocation from a distressed public housing development
Kirstin Frescoln, Mai Thi Nguyen, William Rohe and Michael Webb

Learn, eat, grow: The healthy living initiative
Maya Bornstein