American Journal of

Health Studies


2011 Volume 26.4


The following articles were published in 2011 Volume 26.4 of the American Journal of Health Studies.  You must be an AJHS subscriber to be able to log in to view them.  If you experience any difficulties in opening any of the files please notify The Publisher

  The complete issue of 26-4, 2011 (all articles)

  PREVENTING VICTIMIZATION AMONG YOUNG WOMEN: THE SAFENIGHTS INTERVENTION
Tara Kelley-Baker, PhD, Mark B. Johnson, PhD, Eduardo Romano, PhD,
Elizabeth A. Mumford, PhD, Brenda A. Miller, PhD

  HEALTH BEHAVIORS AND HEALTH STATUS OF AT-RISK LATINO STUDENTS FOR DIABETES
Maria T. Hurtado-Ortiz, PhD, Silvia Santos, PhD, Astrid Reynosa

 FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE HIV TESTING AMONG NON-MARGINALIZED AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN
Carolette Norwood, PhD

 THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF CREDENTIALING AND THE CODE OF ETHICS TO QUALITY ASSURANCE IN THE HEALTH EDUCATION/PROMOTION PROFESSION
Sue Baldwin, PhD, MCHES, James F. McKenzie, PhD, MPH, MCHES,
Ellen Capwell, PhD, MCHES, Carl L. Hanson, PhD, MCHES

 DO ABSTINENCE EDUCATION PROGRAMS INFLUENCE HIGH-SCHOOL ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
Kenneth F. Ferraro, PhD, Karis A. Pressler, MA

 DEVELOPMENT OF AN INSTRUMENT TO ASSESS STRESS, DEPRESSION, AND COPING AMONG LATINO MIGRANT AND SEASONAL FARMWORKERS
Elizabeth (Beth) H. Chaney, PhD, MCHES, Sloane C. Burke, PhD, CHES,
Robin C. Rager, PhD, Rachel Ward, MPH

  Volume 2011 26.4, CHES Review Activity for Continuing Education Contact Hours


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