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  1. Refugee populations have unequal access to primary care and may not receive appropriate health screening or preventive service recommendations. They encounter numerous health care disadvantages as a consequenc...

    Authors: Kim S. Griswold, Kevin Pottie, Isok Kim, Wooksoo Kim and Li Lin

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2018 39:3

    Content type: Commentary

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  2. The neural tube defects anencephaly and spina bifida are two of the most common serious congenital malformations. Most cases can be prevented by consuming sufficient folic acid immediately before pregnancy and...

    Authors: Nicholas J. Wald, Joan K. Morris and Colin Blakemore

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2018 39:2

    Content type: Review

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  3. Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) has experienced an unprecedented mining boom since the mid-2000s with unknown effects on sexual and reproductive health (SRH). This study takes the essential first steps o...

    Authors: Jose Wilches-Gutierrez and Patricia Documet

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2018 39:1

    Content type: Review

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  4. Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) is a public health framework approach used to identify and deliver services to those at risk for substance-use disorders, depression, and other m...

    Authors: Daniel Hargraves, Christopher White, Rachel Frederick, Margaret Cinibulk, Meriden Peters, Ashlee Young and Nancy Elder

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:31

    Content type: Review

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  5. The Mescalero Apache Family Listening Program (MAFLP) is a culturally centered family prevention program with third, fourth, and fifth graders; a parent/caregiver; and a family elder. The program follows a pos...

    Authors: Lorenda Belone, Ardena Orosco, Eloise Damon, Willymae Smith-McNeal, Rebecca Rae, Mingma L. Sherpa, Orrin B. Myers, Anslem O. Omeh and Nina Wallerstein

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:30

    Content type: Case study

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  6. The global scale-up of Prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) services is credited for a 52% worldwide decline in new HIV infections among children between 2001 and 2012. However, the epidemic cont...

    Authors: Jean Claude Mutabazi, Christina Zarowsky and Helen Trottier

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:28

    Content type: Review

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  7. In the original publication of this article [1] Table 1 contained an error in 1 cell entry. In this correction the correct and incorrect cell are shown. The full table is available in the original article [1].

    Authors: Theodore H. Tulchinsky

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:25

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in Public Health Reviews 2010 32:BF03391600

  8. The logistical and operational challenges to improve public health practice capacity across Africa are well documented. This report describes Kenya’s Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Program’s (KFELT...

    Authors: Zeinab Gura Roka, Jane Githuku, Mark Obonyo, Waqo Boru, Tura Galgalo, Samuel Amwayi, Jackson Kioko, David Njoroge and James Anthony Ransom

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:23

    Content type: Case study

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  9. The prevalence of mental health concerns and risky health behaviours among young people is of global concern. A large proportion of young people in New Zealand (NZ) are affected by depression, suicidal ideatio...

    Authors: Felicity Goodyear-Smith, Rhiannon Martel, Margot Darragh, Jim Warren, Hiran Thabrew and Terryann C. Clark

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:20

    Content type: Review

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  10. The Sustainable development goals (SDGs) have the potential to have a significant impact on maternal and child health through their commitments both to directly addressing health services and to improving fact...

    Authors: Jody Heymann, Aleta R. Sprague, Arijit Nandi, Alison Earle, Priya Batra, Adam Schickedanz, Paul J. Chung and Amy Raub

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:21

    Content type: Review

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  11. This paper examines palliative care within the human rights in patient care framework, which clarifies state obligations and addresses the rights of both patients and providers. In the context of palliative ca...

    Authors: Gabriela Barros de Luca, Violeta Zopunyan, Naomi Burke-Shyne, Anahit Papikyan and Davit Amiryan

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:18

    Content type: Review

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  12. The Human Rights in Patient Care framework embraces general human rights principles applicable to both patients and health care providers in the delivery of health care. Under this framework, states have a dut...

    Authors: Ximena Andión Ibañez and Tamar Dekanosidze

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:17

    Content type: Commentary

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  13. There has been a long history of subjecting marginalized women to forced and coerced sterilization. In recent years, the practice has been documented in countries in North and South America, Europe, Asia, and ...

    Authors: Priti Patel

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:15

    Content type: Review

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  14. This article explores how human rights education in the health professions can build knowledge, change culture, and empower advocacy. Through a study of educational initiatives in the field, the article analyz...

    Authors: Joanna N. Erdman

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:14

    Content type: Debate

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  15. Structural adjustment programmes of international financial institutions have typically set the fiscal parameters within which health policies operate in developing countries. Yet, we currently lack a systemat...

    Authors: Michael Thomson, Alexander Kentikelenis and Thomas Stubbs

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:13

    Content type: Review

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  16. In this paper, we describe the development process of the first undergraduate public health baccalaureate program, in the Ashkelon Academic College in Israel. Expansion of degree-granting colleges in Israel is...

    Authors: Osnat Bashkin and Theodore Herzl Tulchinsky

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:11

    Content type: Case report

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  17. There exists a profound disconnect and misunderstanding of the utility of human rights in the practice of medicine that demands urgent attention. The United Nations Special Rapporteur, Dainius Pūras, reflects ...

    Authors: Dainius Pūras

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:9

    Content type: Editorial

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  18. The translation of science from research to real-world change is a central goal of public health. Communication has an essential role to play in provoking a response to climate change. It must first raise awar...

    Authors: Anneliese Depoux, Mathieu Hémono, Sophie Puig-Malet, Romain Pédron and Antoine Flahault

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:7

    Content type: Commentary

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  19. Immunization should be considered a basic human right to health and well-being. It is everybody’s business, and it is everybody’s responsibility: the individual, the community, the health system and the state....

    Authors: Sarah Basharat and Babar Tasneem Shaikh

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:6

    Content type: Review

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  20. Left undiagnosed and/or untreated, the short-and long-term sequelae of postpartum depression may negatively impact both mother and child. In Western countries, access to mental health care is influenced by soc...

    Authors: Elinor Hansotte, Shirley I. Payne and Suzanne M. Babich

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:3

    Content type: Review

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  21. The Epidemic Intelligence Service officers (EISOs) at the National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH)/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) respond to public health outbreaks, assist pub...

    Authors: Yulia I. Carroll, Fauzia A. Rashid, Henry Falk and Meredith M. Howley

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2017 38:1

    Content type: Review

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  22. The consequences of climate change and the impacts of human activity on the environment have made it clearer than ever before that we must evolve our current model of public health to better account for the in...

    Authors: David Rockefeller Jr.

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2016 37:32

    Content type: Letter to the Editor

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  23. Hispanics are the largest minority group in the USA. They contribute to the economy, cultural diversity, and health of the nation. Assessing their health status and health needs is key to inform health policy ...

    Authors: Eduardo Velasco-Mondragon, Angela Jimenez, Anna G. Palladino-Davis, Dawn Davis and Jose A. Escamilla-Cejudo

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2016 37:31

    Content type: Review

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  24. Rising CO2 in the atmosphere is the main cause of anthropogenic climate change, and the data shows a clear increase in global temperature of about 1 °C since pre-industrial levels. Changes in climate extremes are...

    Authors: Corinne Le Quéré

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2016 37:29

    Content type: Commentary

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  25. Changes in migration patterns that have occurred in recent decades, both quantitative, with an increase in the number of immigrants, and qualitative, due to different causes of migration (work, family reunific...

    Authors: Antonio Sarría-Santamera, Ana Isabel Hijas-Gómez, Rocío Carmona and Luís Andrés Gimeno-Feliú

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2016 37:28

    Content type: Review

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  26. Drawing on the report of the Rockefeller Foundation-Lancet Commission on planetary health—Safeguarding human health in the Anthropocene epoch, this piece presents a discussion of the implications of the report...

    Authors: Alex Ezeh

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2016 37:27

    Content type: Commentary

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  27. Migrant and minority health has always been an issue of special concern in public health. While migration is not a new phenomenon, the number of refugees and migrants across the globe grew rapidly in 2015, wit...

    Authors: Tina Bregant, Mariam Torosyan, Amanda Shriwise, Lukasz Balwicki and Ted Tulchinsky

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2016 37:26

    Content type: Meeting Report

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  28. Future Earth is an international research platform providing the knowledge and support to accelerate our transformations to a sustainable world. Future Earth 2025 Vision identified eight key focal challenges, ...

    Authors: Paul Shrivastava, Kari Raivio, Fumiko Kasuga, Joshua Tewksbury, Andy Haines and Peter Daszak

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2016 37:25

    Content type: Commentary

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  29. Food production is a major driver of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission and other environmental footprints, and dietary risk factors are contributors to non-communicable diseases. A growing body of evidence has sho...

    Authors: Lukasz Aleksandrowicz

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2016 37:23

    Content type: Commentary

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  30. Global changes are major determinants for infectious diseases, although attributable, part of climate change remains debatable. Vector-borne diseases are prone to be impacted by global warming, although other ...

    Authors: Antoine Flahault, Rafael Ruiz de Castaneda and Isabelle Bolon

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2016 37:21

    Content type: Commentary

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  31. Population aging and the associated changes in demographic structures and healthcare needs is a key challenge across Europe. Healthy aging strategies focus on ensuring the ability to maintain health, quality o...

    Authors: Maria Kristiansen, Oliver Razum, Hürrem Tezcan-Güntekin and Allan Krasnik

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2016 37:20

    Content type: Review

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  32. International organizations have defined and managed different aspects of migrant health issues for decades, yet we lack a systematic understanding of how they reach decisions and what they do on the ground. T...

    Authors: Alexander E. Kentikelenis and Amanda Shriwise

    Citation: Public Health Reviews 2016 37:19

    Content type: Review

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