Ethnicity & Disease/ Volume 15, Number 2

Supplement 3


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ACHIEVING IMMUNIZATIONS FOR ALL:
PROCEEDINGS FROM A SYMPOSIUM ON ELIMINATING
ADULT IMMUNIZATION DISPARITIES

NATIONAL CENTER FOR PRIMARY CARE
MOREHOUSE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
OCTOBER 28, 2004
ATLANTA, GEORGIA

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ORIGINAL REPORTS

Adult Immunization Disparities: A Challenge for the Public Health/Primary Care Partnership
David Satcher, MD, PhD
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Who’s Getting Shots and Who’s Not: Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Immunization Coverage
Pascale Wortley, MD, MPH
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When Insurance Is Not Enough: Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Immunizations for the Medicare Population
James R. Farris, MD
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Race, Culture, and Trust: Why Should I Take a Shot if I’m Not Sick?
Miriam Burnett, MD, MPH, MDiv; Inginia Genao, MD; Winston F. Wong, MD, MS
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Best-Practice Models That Work: The CDC’s Racial and Ethnic Adult Disparities Immunization Initiative (READII) Programs
Tamara J. Kicera; Marilyn Douglas, RN; Fernando A. Guerra, MD, MPH
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Re-Engineering the Primary Care Practice to Eliminate Adult Immunization Disparities
George Rust, MD, MPH; Harry S. Strothers, III, MD, MMM; Richard K. Zimmerman, MD, MPH
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Summary: Take-Home Points from the Eliminating Adult Immunization Disparities Symposium
George Rust, MD, MPH
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Meet the Presenters
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APPENDIX

Appendix 1. Problem List, Female Age 40-64
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Appendix 2. Problem List, Male Age 40-64
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Appendix 3. DM/HTN Flow Sheet
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Appendix 4. Template for Preventive Services Checklist
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Appendix 5. Patient /Provider Education Materials
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Appendix 6. From Morb Mortal Wkly Rep: Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule – United States, October 2004-September 2005
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