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Volume 129, Issue No. 5 September/October 2014
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PHR Masthead  
A Message from the Editor 219
Mary Beth Bigley, DrPH, MSN, ANP  
Surgeon General's Perspectives 220
Boris D. Lushniak , MD, MPH, RADM  
The Need for a Comprehensive Public Health Approach to Preventing Child Sexual Abuse  Requires online subscription 222
Elizabeth J. Letourneau, PhD / William W. Eaton, PhD / Judith Bass, PhD / Frederick S. Berlin, MD / Stephen G. Moore, MD  
Administration Time Between Seasonal Live-Attenuated Influenza Vaccine and Trivalent Influenza Vaccine During the “Stop Flu at School” Campaign— Hawaii, 2009  Requires online subscription 229
Meera V. Sreenivasan, MD / Hua H. He, PhD / Sarah Y. Park, MD  
Accuracy of Parental Reports of Children’s HPV Vaccine Status: Implications for Estimates of Disparities, 2009–2010  Requires online subscription 237
Laura Attanasio, BA / Donna McAlpine, PhD  
Protecting Newborns by Immunizing Family Members in a Hospital-Based Vaccine Clinic: A Successful Tdap Cocooning Program During the 2010 California Pertussis Epidemic  Requires online subscription 245
Elizabeth Rosenblum, MD / Sarah McBane, PharmD / Wendy Wang / Mark Sawyer, MD  
Disparities in Current Cigarette Smoking Prevalence by Type of Disability, 2009–2011  Requires online subscription 252
Elizabeth MA, MSPHa Courtney-Long, MA, MSPH / Alissa Stevens, MPH / Ralph Caraballo, PhD / Ismaila Ramon, PhD MPH / Brian S. Armour  
Completeness and Timeliness of Electronic vs. Conventional Laboratory Reporting for Communicable Disease Surveillance—Oklahoma, 2011  Requires online subscription 261
Matthew G. Johnson, MD / Jean Williams, MPH / Anthony Lee, MPH / Kristy K. Bradley, DVM, MPH  
Persistent Racial/Ethnic Disparities in AIDS Diagnosis Rates Among People Who Inject Drugs in U.S. Metropolitan Areas, 1993–2007  Requires online subscription 267
Enrique R. Pouget, Phd / Brooke S. West, ABD / Barbara Tempalski, PhD / Hannah L.F. Cooper, ScD / H. Irene Hall, PhD / Xiaohong Hu, MS / Samuel R. Friedman, PhD  
Colorectal Cancer Screening Among American Indians in a Pacific Northwest Tribe: Cowlitz Tribal BRFSS Project, 2009–2010  Requires online subscription 280
Annika G. Maly, MD, MPH / Tessa L. Steel, MD, MPH / Rongwei Fu, PhD / David Lieberman, MD, FACG / Thomas Becker, MD, PhD  
Law and the Public’s Health, Patenting Genes: What Does Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics Mean for Genetic Testing and Research?  Requires online subscription 289
Lara Cartwright-Smith, JD, MPH  
NCHS Dataline  Requires online subscription 293
Sandra S. Smith, MPH  
From the Schools and Programs of Public Health, On Linkages: Assessing the Contributions of an Academic Health Department for a School of Public Health in New York State 296
Millicent Eidson, MA, DVM, DACVPM (Epid.) / Eva Pradhan, MPH, MHA / Dale Morse, MD, MS  
From the Schools and Programs of Public Health, Student Column: Improving Processes of Care for Overweigh and Obese Children: Evidence from the 215-Go! Program in Philadelphia Health Centers 303
Daniel M. Walker, MPH / Jessica M. Robbins, PhD / Darryl Brown, PhD / Zekarias Berhane, PhD  
 
 

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