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New Journals Have Arrived

Friday, July 12th, 2013 | Posted in Collections, Faculty, News, Resources, Students by Tomaro Taylor | No Comments »

The latest editions of the following journals have arrived.  Stop by, pull up a seat, and read a few articles while it’s raining outside.

JAIDS: Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 63.3 and 63.supp2

  • High levels of antiretroviral use and viral suppression among persons in HIV care in the United States, 2010 (JC Dumbrowski, MM Kitahata, S E Van Rompaey, HM Crane, MH Mugavero, JH Eron … MR Golden)- 63.3
  • Brief report: Higher quality communicaton and relationships are associated with improved patient engagement in HIV Care (TE Flickinger, S Saha, RD Moore, MC Beach) – 63.3
  • Achievement and maintenance of viral suppression in persons newly diagnosed with HIV, New York City, 2006-2009: Using population surveillance data to measure the treatment part of “Test and Treat” (LV Torian, Q Xia)- 63.3
  • HIV prevention: Great achievements, more challenges ahead (WM El-Sadr, DM Serwadda, N Sista, MS Cohen) – 63.supp2
  • Adult male circumsion: Reflections on successes and challenges (J Justman, A Goldberg, J Reed, N Bock, E Njeuhmeli, AG Thomas) – 63.supp2

Evaluation and Program Planning, vol. 39 (August 2013)

  • Considering child care and parenting needs in Veterans Affairs mental health services (J Tsai, DH David, EL Edens, A Crutchfield)
  • A connectivity model for assessment of HIV transmission risk in injection drug users (IDUs) (PJ Flaer, PH Cistone, MZ Younis, J Parkash)
  • Staff and youth views on autonomy and emancipation from residential care: A participatory research study (MM Calheiros, JN Patricion, J Graca)

Health Affairs, 32.6 ( June 2013)

  • For states that opt out of medicaid expansion: 3.6 million fewer insured and $8.4 billion less in federal payments (CC Price, C Eibner)
  • black patients more likely than whites to undergo surgery at low-quality hospitals in segregated regions  (J Dimick, J Ruhter, MV Sarrazin, JD Birkmeyer)
  • Recession led to a decline in out-of-pocket spending for children with special health care needs (P Karaca-Mandic, SJ Choi Yoo, BD Sommers)
  • Decline in placebo-controlled trial results suggests new directions for comparative effectiveness research (M Olfson, SC Marcus)
  • Letters: Broken mental health services (E Piper)

Behavioral Disorders, 38.2 (February 2013)

  • Who is writing? Author affiliation across peer-reviewed journals of emotional or behavioral disorder, 2000-2011 (NA Schoenfeld, DM Janney, JL Rekart)
  • Forum: CCBD’s position summary on federal policy on disproportionality in special education (The Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders)

Behavior Analyst, 36.1

  • What it evidence-based behavior analysis? (CA Polenick, SR Flora)
  • A study in the founding of applied behavior analysis through its publications (EK Morris, DE Atlus, NG Smith)
  • Changing course through collaboration (CC St. Peter)
  • Behavioral coaching (HA Seniuk, BN Witts, WL Williams, PM Ghezzi)

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