Author Index: S

U. Sabo Ado, I am a Medical doctor, working in HIV/AIDS Divsion of Federal Ministry Health as PMTCT/EID desk officer
S. Sabo, MPH
J. Sackey, MD, Dean of Global Health and Multicultural Affairs
J. Sales, PhD
Screening for Depression in Reproductive Sexual Health Clinics: Potential Identification of At-Risk Young African-American Women
Exploring Why Young African-American Women Do Not Change Condom Use Behavior Following Participation in an HIV Prevention Intervention
Measuring motivations for secondary abstinence among African-American young women
Association between parent communication about sex and sexual health behaviors among African-American adolescents
Correlates of willingness to accept school-based influenza vaccination and vaccination intention among parents of adolescents in rural Georgia
Relationship between pregnancy intent and future sexual risk behavior among African-American adolescent females
Prevalence and Correlates of Pregnancy Desire Among Adolescent African-American Females
Baseline Predictors of Pregnancy Over Two Years Among African-American Teens
Prevalence and Correlates of and Reasons for Non-Disclosure to Male Partners among African-American Adolescent Females with an STD History
Treatment-seeking and Sexual Behavior among African-American Adolescent Females with STD Symptoms
Impact of abuse history on adolescent African American females' current HIV/STD-associated behaviors and psychosocial mediators of HIV/STD risk
Out of Control: Factors associated with perceived relationship control among African-American adolescent girls
Risky Partners, Sexual Behavior and HIV/STD Risk Among African-American Adolescent Females
Liquid Courage: Heavy Drinking and Risky Sexual Behavior among Young Heterosexual African-American Men
Predicting Discordance between Self-Reports of Sexual Abstinence and Incident Sexually Transmitted Infections with African American Female Adolescents: Results from a 4-City Study
Exploring dissonance between interest in secondary abstinence and continued sexual activity among African-American female adolescents
Correlates of concurrency among black heterosexual men
Theoretical Mediators of Safer Sex Among Immigrant Latinas: Implications for HIV Risk- Reduction Interventions
Marijuana Use and Sexual Risk Among African-American Adolescent Females
A qualitative examination of reasons African American young women participate in an HIV risk reduction intervention
Association between multiple incarcerations and sexual risk and STD history of incarcerated African American adolescent girls
Translating an Evidence-based HIV prevention intervention from a group-based format to an interactive digital format: Prospects, pitfalls, and potential solutions
Predictors of Dual Protection Among Sexually Active Females
Does Drinking Frequency Matter?: Understanding the Relationship between Alcohol Use, Sexual Risk, and Prior Abuse Among African-American Adolescent Females
Prevalence and Correlates of Using Withdrawal Only vs. Condoms and/or Hormonal Birth Control at Last Sex among African-American Adolescent Females
T. R. Salke, MPH
S. Samuels, DrPH
Planning for Alzheimer's disease in California: Development of the state plan
Statewide Health Improvement Program in Olmsted County, Minnesota: The School Food and Beverage Environment
FoodBEAMS: Measuring and improving the school competitive food environment
Los Angeles Unified School District Physical Education Policy: Assessment, Implementation & Impact
Designing and implementing policy change-focused grantmaking strategies to improve food and physical activity access in low-income communities
Salud Tiene Sabor: Access to healthy foods for Latino families
Environmental and policy approaches to preventing obesity and reducing health disparities: The final evaluation results from two community-based obesity-prevention initiatives in California
Examining the impact of an environmental and policy change obesity prevention approach on parents' perceptions of the food and physical activity environment: The HEAC survey of parents residing in six low-income CA communities
Food Procurement Policy as a Potentially Promising Strategy for Addressing Overweight/Obesity in Hospital Cafeteria Environments Located in Low-Income Communities
Minnesota Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP): Engaging healthcare providers in supporting healthy communities
Local policy action to improve community food and physical activity environments: Results from a survey of California communities
Communities demonstrate what it takes to make joint use work
Improving Opportunities for Physical Activity in the Community: Examining Common Elements of Successfully Executed Joint Use Agreements in Los Angeles County
Minnesota Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP): Childcare centers supporting increased physical activity for young children
Embracing new technologies and digital/social media for delivering nutrition education: Evidence analysis, market research, environmental scans, and ethnographic surveys
Creating healthy afterschool environments for obesity prevention through the Healthy Behaviors Initiative's 6 Exemplary Practices
E. Sanchez, MD, MPH
J. Savage, RN, PhD, CNE, LCCE, FACCE
R. M. Scheffler, PhD
G. Schiff, MD
J. Schlitt, MSW
J. Schneider, MD, MPH
S. Sedlock, MURP, GISP
M. Seife, Deputy Regional Inspector General
M. Sepulveda, MD, FACP
M. Serafini
C. Shannon, DrPh, MBA, MPH
J. Sharpe, MEd, Administrator, Center for Ecogenetics & Environmental Health, UW
D. L. Shearer, DrPh
L. Shirley, BSN, MPH, MPA
A. Sliney, RN ACRN BSN DSc (h)
B. Snell, B Pharm, MPH
R. Stapleton, MPA, BA, AA, CMF
S. R. Stapleton, DNP, CNM, FACNM
S. R. Starr, MPhil, MOrgBehav
Thinking CAHPS: Using patient surveys to correlate providers' cultural competence with patients' health literacy, 2008-2010
Patient-guided quality improvement: Linking CAHPS to HEDIS and other measures of health system performance
Gender differences in rating pharmacy services in a large urban Medicaid health plan, 2008-2010
Factors affecting adoption of e-prescribing in high-need settings: Solo practices and safety net clinics serving urban Medicaid patients
Behavioral science underpinnings for addressing barriers to patient adherence on HEDIS well-care visit measures: Evidence from patient surveys, 2006-2010
Accommodating the many facets of difference: Patient assessments of providers' sensitivity to culture and other factors impacting the quality of clinical services in a large, diverse Medicaid health plan
Giving voice to older patients in a child-rich Medicaid health plan: Using CAHPS satisfaction surveys to identify areas for improvement in health services for older patients, 2008-2010
Loosening CAHPS on prescriptions: Surveying how patients in a large urban Medicaid health plan rate the quality of pharmacist instructions, 2007-2010
Using annual CAHPS surveys for root cause analysis: Problems with informational materials reported by Medicaid patients living with disabilities, 2008-2009
Using CAHPS and HEDIS to identify access barriers: Assessing the quality of care and health services received by undocumented immigrant children in a large urban Medicaid health plan, 2008-2010
Analyzing access barriers: Issues reported on CAHPS by patients with disabilities in a large urban Medicaid health plan, 2008-2010
M. Stephens, MD, MPH Associate Program Director, Family and Community Medicine, Medical Director, School Based Health Centers
M. K. Stewart, MSCIS, MSLA, MPH (c)
C. Stuen, DSW