March/April 1998, Vol.89, No.2

Table of Contents

Articles

Assessment of postneonatal growth in VLBW infants: Selection of growth references and age adjustment for prematurity
Z. Wang, R.S. Sauve
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109-14
An ecologic analysis of psychosocial stress and heart disease in British Columbia
S.J. Elliott, A. Dean
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137-41
Prevalence of chronic pain
E.M. Birse, J. Lander
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129-31
Vaccine coverage during a school-based hepatitis B immunization program
S.L. Deeks, I.L. Johnson
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98-101
Info-Santé CLSC : un service efficace?
L. Hagan, G. Garon
125-28
An international comparison of cancer survival: Advantage of Toronto's poor over the near poor of Detroit
K.M. Gorey, E.J. Holowaty, E. Laukkanen, G. Fehringer, N.L. Richter
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102-4
Adolescent sexual behaviour: Results from an Ontario sample. Part 1: Adolescent sexual activity
H. Thomas, A. DiCenso, L. Griffith
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90-93
Adolescent sexual behaviour: Results from an Ontario sample. Part II: Adolescent use of protection
H. Thomas, A. DiCenso, L. Griffith
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94-97
Opportunities for a broader understanding of work and health: Multiple uses of an occupational cohort database
K. Teschke, A. Ostry, C. Hertzman, P.A. Demers, M.C. Barroetavena, H.W. Davies, H. Dimich-Ward, H. Heacock, S.A. Marion
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132-36
Sexual health knowledge of students at a high school in Nova Scotia
D.B. Langille, P. Andreou, R.P. Beazley, M.E. Delaney
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85-89
Participatory research with Native community of Kahnawake creates innovative code of research ethics
A.C. Macauley, T. Delormier, A.M. McComber, E.J. Cross, L.P. Potvin, G. Paradis, R.L. Kirby, C. Saad-Haddad, S. Desrosiers
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105-8
Trends and variations in neonatal length of in-hospital stay in Canada
S.W. Wen, S. Liu, Graham D. Fowler
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115-19
Poverty and medical treatment: When public policy compromises accessibility
D.L. Williamson, J.E. Fast
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120-24
Principles of authorship in health promotion research (Commentary)
C.J. Frankish
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81-84
Universalité : de l'accès aux résultats (Éditorial)
R.E. Modrow, R. Mathias
78-79
Universality: Moving beyond access to outcome (Editorial)
R.E. Modrow, R. Mathias
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77-78