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Key Initiatives: 2-1-1 to Eliminate Health Disparities

Research Collaboration with 2-1-1 to Eliminate Health Disparities
Supplement to American Journal of Preventive Medicine, December 2012

Guest Editors: Matthew W. Kreuter, Katherine S. Eddens, Kara L. Hall, and Laura A. Linnan

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Introduction and Overview of 2-1-1 Service and Research
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Project Background
This supplement was sponsored by the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Behavioral Research Program, in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences and the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research. The impetus for the supplement came from the 2-1-1 Health Research Working Group, a group of scientists and 2-1-1 systems leaders from across the U.S., who were convened with support from the Centers of Excellence in Cancer Communication Research initiative and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network.

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Introduction and Overview of 2-1-1 Service and Research
Research Collaboration with 2-1-1 to Eliminate Health Disparities: An Introductionexit disclaimer
Pages S415-S419
Laura A. Linnan
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Reach, Effectiveness, and Connections: The Case for Partnering with 2-1-1 to Eliminate Health Disparitiesexit disclaimer
Pages S420-S421
Matthew W. Kreuter
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Health Research and Surveillance Potential to Partner with 2-1-1exit disclaimer
Pages S422-S424
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2-1-1 Research and Program Innovation
Use of Cancer Control Referrals by 2-1-1 Callers: A Randomized Trialexit disclaimer
Review Article
Pages S425-S434
Matthew W. Kreuter, Katherine S. Eddens, Kassandra I. Alcaraz, Suchitra Rath, Choi Lai, Nikki Caito, Regina Greer, Nikisha Bridges, Jason Q. Purnell, Anjanette Wells, Qiang Fu, Colleen Walsh, Erin Eckstein, Julia Griffith, Alissa Nelson, Cicely Paine, Tiffany Aziz, Anne M. Roux
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Monitoring Unmet Needs: Using 2-1-1 During Natural Disastersexit disclaimer
Original Research Article
Pages S435-S442
Sherry I. Bame, Kay Parker, Jee Young Lee, Alexandria Norman, Dayna Finley, Atmaja Desai, Abha Grover, Courtney Payne, Andrew Garza, Ashley Shaw, Robyn Bell-Shaw, Tasha Davis, Erin Harrison, Rhonda Dunn, Pratik Mhatre, Frank Shaw, Chester Robinson
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Public Broadcasting, Media Engagement, and 2-1-1: Using Mass Communication to Increase the Use of Social Servicesexit disclaimer
Original Research Article
Pages S443-S449
Dhavan V. Shah, Douglas M. McLeod, Hernando Rojas, Benjamin G. Sayre, Emily Vraga, Rosanne M. Scholl, Clive Jones, Amy Shaw
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Healthcare Navigation Service in 2-1-1 San Diego: Guiding Individuals to the Care They Needexit disclaimer
Original Research Article
Pages S450-S456
Jessica T. Rodgers, Jason Q. Purnell
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Developmental and Autism Screening Through 2-1-1: Reaching Underserved Familiesexit disclaimer
Original Research Article
Pages S457-S463
Anne M. Roux, Patricia Herrera, Cheryl M. Wold, Margaret C. Dunkle, Frances P. Glascoe, Paul T. Shattuck
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Managing Toronto Citywide Health Crises Through 2-1-1 Servicesexit disclaimer
Original Research Article
Pages S464-S468
André Paradis
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Exploring 2-1-1 Service Requests As Potential Markers for Cancer Control Needsexit disclaimer
Original Research Article
Pages S469-S474
Kassandra I. Alcaraz, Lauren D. Arnold, Katherine S. Eddens, Choi Lai, Suchitra Rath, Regina Greer, Matthew W. Kreuter
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Toronto's 2-1-1 Healthcare Services for Immigrant Populationsexit disclaimer
Original Research Article
Pages S475-S482
Andrea A. Cortinois, Richard H. Glazier, Nadia Caidi, Gavin Andrews, Mary Herbert-Copley, Alejandro R. Jadad
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A 2-1-1 Research Collaboration: Participant Accrual and Service Quality Indicatorsexit disclaimer
Original Research Article
Pages S483-S489
Katherine S. Eddens, Kassandra I. Alcaraz, Matthew W. Kreuter, Suchitra Rath, Regina Greer
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Human Papillomavirus Vaccine: 2-1-1 Helplines and Minority Parent Decision-Makingexit disclaimer
Original Research Article
Pages S490-S496
Lara S. Savas, Maria E. Fernández, David Jobe, Chakema C. Carmack
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A Review of the Role of Cost–Benefit Analyses in 2-1-1 Diffusionexit disclaimer
Original Research Article
Pages S497-S505
Nancy Shank
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Future Directions for 2-1-1 Research Collaborations
Navigating Healthcare Reform: A Role for 2-1-1exit disclaimer
Pages S506-S508
Jonathan Oberlander, Krista Perreira
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Connecting eHealth with 2-1-1 to Reduce Health Disparitiesexit disclaimer
Pages S509-S511
Gary G. Bennett
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Guiding Principles for Collaborative Research with 2-1-1exit disclaimer
Pages S512-S517
Katherine S. Eddens
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Advancing Collaborative Research with 2-1-1 to Reduce Health Disparities: Challenges, Opportunities, and Recommendationsexit disclaimer
Pages S518-S528
Kara L. Hall, Brooke A. Stipelman, Katherine S. Eddens, Matthew W. Kreuter, Sherry I. Bame, Helen I. Meissner, K. Robin Yabroff, Jason Q. Purnell, Rebecca Ferrer, Kurt M. Ribisl, Russell Glasgow, Laura A. Linnan, Stephen Taplin, Maria E. Fernández
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Contact
Kara Hall, PhD
Program Director
Science of Research and Technology Branch (SRTB)
Behavioral Research Program (BRP)
hallka@mail.nih.gov
301-594-9056


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