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The religious community as a partner in health care.

Olson LM, Reis J, Murphy L, Gehm JH.

J Community Health. 1988 Winter;13(4):249-57.

PMID:
3235715
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The characteristics of northern black churches with community health outreach programs.

Thomas SB, Quinn SC, Billingsley A, Caldwell C.

Am J Public Health. 1994 Apr;84(4):575-9.

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Mental health services in faith communities: the role of clergy in black churches.

Taylor RJ, Ellison CG, Chatters LM, Levin JS, Lincoln KD.

Soc Work. 2000 Jan;45(1):73-87.

PMID:
10634088
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Patterns of general health care and STD services use among high-risk youth in Denver participating in community-based urine chlamydia screening.

Rietmeijer CA, Bull SS, Ortiz CG, Leroux T, Douglas JM Jr.

Sex Transm Dis. 1998 Oct;25(9):457-63.

PMID:
9800256
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Key attributes of health ministries in African American churches: an exploratory survey.

Carter-Edwards L, Jallah YB, Goldmon MV, Roberson JT Jr, Hoyo C.

N C Med J. 2006 Sep-Oct;67(5):345-50.

PMID:
17203634
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The African-American church: a potential forum for adolescent comprehensive sexuality education.

Coyne-Beasley T, Schoenbach VJ.

J Adolesc Health. 2000 Apr;26(4):289-94.

PMID:
10734276
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Structure and provision of services in Black churches in New Haven, Connecticut.

Williams DR, Griffith EE, Young JL, Collins C, Dodson J.

Cultur Divers Ethnic Minor Psychol. 1999 May;5(2):118-33.

PMID:
15605682
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The role of the black church in working with black adolescents.

Rubin RH, Billingsley A, Caldwell CH.

Adolescence. 1994 Summer;29(114):251-66.

PMID:
8085479
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Conducting health research in Korean American churches: perspectives from church leaders.

Jo AM, Maxwell AE, Yang B, Bastani R.

J Community Health. 2010 Apr;35(2):156-64. doi: 10.1007/s10900-009-9213-1.

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School-based clinics combat teen pregnancy.

[No authors listed]

Contracept Technol Update. 1985 Apr;6(4):53-7.

PMID:
12313867
12.

New insights and interventions: churches uniting to reach the African American community with health information.

Sanders EC 2nd.

J Health Care Poor Underserved. 1997 Aug;8(3):373-5; discussion 375-6.

PMID:
9253229
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Nurses in the African American church.

Newsome J.

ABNF J. 1994 Sep-Oct;5(5):134-7.

PMID:
7696652
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Perceptions of the religion-health connection among African American church members.

Holt CL, McClure SM.

Qual Health Res. 2006 Feb;16(2):268-81.

PMID:
16394214
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The urban church and cancer control: a source of social influence in minority communities.

Davis DT, Bustamante A, Brown CP, Wolde-Tsadik G, Savage EW, Cheng X, Howland L.

Public Health Rep. 1994 Jul-Aug;109(4):500-6.

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Reducing geographic, racial, and ethnic disparities in childhood immunization rates by using reminder/recall interventions in urban primary care practices.

Szilagyi PG, Schaffer S, Shone L, Barth R, Humiston SG, Sandler M, Rodewald LE.

Pediatrics. 2002 Nov;110(5):e58.

PMID:
12415064
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The Church Partnership Program.

Chapman C.

Educ Update. 1999 Apr;3(5):1-3.

PMID:
12322128
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Key elements for church-based health promotion programs: outcome-based literature review.

Peterson J, Atwood JR, Yates B.

Public Health Nurs. 2002 Nov-Dec;19(6):401-11. Review.

PMID:
12406175
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Community reactions to reproductive health care at three school-based clinics in Louisiana.

Zeanah PD, Morse EV, Simon PM, Stock M, Pratt JL, Sterne S.

J Sch Health. 1996 Sep;66(7):237-41.

PMID:
8884662
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