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Volume 8 Issue 1 - December, 2010


Table of Contents

   CJHP Editorial Board
   Table of Contents
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iii-iv

Editorial

 
One more step to profession unity: Is it possible to bring the professional health education organizations together?
James F. McKenzie and Jagdish Khubchandani
v-viiii

Research and Theory

 
Best Practices for Telemedicine Programs
Lois A. Ritter, Tessa R. Robinette, and John Cofano
01-09
Safer Sexual Practices and HIV Screening Behavior among Rural California American Indians
Felicia S. Hodge and Karabi Sinha
10-21
What type of weight loss program do postpartum women want? Treatment preferences of postpartum women in two community settings
Suzanne Phelan, Katelyn Smith, John-Mark Steele, Dawn Wilt, Sally Ames, and Linda McClure
22-31
Children’s Choice of Wii Sports Games and Energy Expenditure
Bryan L. Haddock, Shannon R. Siegel, and Linda D. Wilkin
32-39
Enhancing wellness by therapeutic lifestyle change: Does cost determine program commitment?
Shveta Sanghani, Alexis Deavenport, Patti Herring, S. Eric Anderson, Ernie Medina, and Sanam Kazemi
40-45
A Mixed Method Evaluation of a College Student Fitness Program Using the RE-AIM Frameword
Michelle L. Bartlett and Sam J. Zizzi
46-59
The Effects of an Adolescent Asthma Education Intervention on Knowledge, Intention, Behavior, Self-Efficacy and Self-Consciousness
Kara Zografos, Helen Hopp Marshak, David T. Dyjack and Christine Neish
60-71
The Voices of Native Hawaiian Women: Perceptions, Responses and Needs Regarding Intimate Partner Violence
Mary F. Oneha, Lois Magnussen and Jan Shoultz
72-81

Work By Graduate Students

 
The Ever Evolving Concept of a New Public Health: Book Review
Nancy Shehadeh
82-87
We are Family: Family History of Diabetes among African Americans and its Association to Perceived Severity, Knowledge of Risk Factors, and Physical Activity Levels
Alexander Omolafe, Michele Mouttapa, Shari McMahan, and Sora Park Tanjasiri
88-97

 

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