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(American Journal of Preventive Medicine[TA])
6,147 results
  • Generosity and Duration of Medicaid Expansion Waivers and Access to Care. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Prev Med 2018 Sep 14
  • Tarazi WW, Bradley CJ, … Sabik LM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Not only is Medicaid waiver generosity associated with improving access to healthcare services, but the combination of generosity and longer duration of a waiver also intensifies the association. As states gain flexibility in designing their Medicaid programs, the healthcare benefits associated with both generosity and duration of waivers are important considerations for policy makers.
  • Firearm Storage Practices Among American Veterans. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Prev Med 2018 Aug 23
  • Simonetti JA, Azrael D, … Miller M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Storing a firearm loaded and unlocked is common among Veterans. Storage practices are strongly related to reasons for ownership and potentially malleable perceptions including beliefs about firearm-related risks. Suicide prevention initiatives among Veterans should incorporate communication strategies that address common misperceptions about household firearm risk and whether safe storage practices may better align with reasons most Veterans own firearms (i.e., safety)-especially when someone in their home is at increased risk for suicide.
  • Violence-Related Disparities Experienced by Black Youth and Young Adults: Opportunities for Prevention. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Prev Med 2018 Aug 20
  • Sheats K, Irving SM, … Morgan RE
  • CONCLUSIONS: Disproportionate exposure to violence for blacks may contribute to disparities in physical injury and long-term mental and physical health. Understanding the violence experiences of this age group and the social contexts surrounding these experiences can help improve health for blacks in the U.S. Communities can benefit from the existing evidence about policies and programs that effectively reduce violence and its health and social consequences.
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