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Homeless People 2009-2007
Hepatitis A Seroprevalence and Risk Factors among Homeless Adults in San Francisco: Should Homelessness Be Included in the Risk-Based Strategy for Vaccination?
Authors: Hennessey KA, Bangsberg DR, Weinbaum C, Hahn JA
Source: Public Health Rep, November-December 2009, Vol. 124(6):813-7
Effects of a Nurse-Managed Program on Hepatitis A and B Vaccine Completion among Homeless Adults
Authors: Nyamathi A, Liu Y, Marfisee M, et al.
Source: Nurs Res, January-February 2009, Vol. 58(1):13-22
Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Behavioral Interventions to Improve Vaccination Compliance in Homeless Adults
Authors: Greengold B, Nyamathi A, Kominski G, et al.
Source: Vaccine, January 29, 2009, Vol. 27(5):718-25. Epub 2008 Nov 27
Project VIVA: A Multilevel Community-Based Intervention to Increase Influenza Vaccination Rates among Hard-to-Reach Populations in New York City
Authors: Coady MH, Galea S, Blaney S, et al.
Source: Am J Public Health, July 2008, Vol. 98(7):1314-21
Vaccinating Adolescents in High-Risk Settings: Lessons Learned from Experiences with Hepatitis B Vaccine
Authors: Sneller VP, Fishbein DB, Weinbaum CM, et al.
Source: Pediatrics, January 2008, Vol. 121(Suppl 1):s55-62
Surveillance for Acute Viral Hepatitis--United States, 2005
Authors: Wasley A, Miller JT, Finelli L, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Source: MMWR Surveill Summ. March 16, 2007;56(3):1-24
Hepatitis C Management by Addiction Medicine physicians: Results from a national survey
Authors: Litwin AH, Kunins HAV, Berg KM, et al
Source: J Subst Abuse Treat, July 2007; 33(1):99-105
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Homeless People 2006-2005
Hepatitis B Vaccination Coverage Among Adults --- United States, 2004
Source: MMWR, May 12, 2006, Vol. 55(18):509-511
The Health of Street Youth: A Canadian Perspective
Source: Can J Public Health, November-December 2005, Vol. 96(6):432-7
Public Health Perspective on Vaccine-Preventable Hepatitis: Integrating Hepatitis A and B Vaccines into Public Health Settings
Source: Am J Med, October 2005, Vol. 118(Suppl 10A):100S-108S
Hepatitis C Virus Infection, Substance Use and Mental Illness Among Homeless Youth: A Review
Source: AIDS, October 2005, Vol. 19(Suppl 3):S34-S40
Provider Assessment of Eligibility for Hepatitis C Treatment in HIV-Infected Homeless and Marginally Housed Persons
Source: AIDS, October 2005, Vol. 19(Suppl 3):S208-S214
Susceptibility to Hepatitis A in Patients with Chronic Liver Disease Due to Hepatitis C Virus Infection: Missed Opportunities for Vaccination
Source: Hepatology, September 2005, Vol. 42(3):688-695
Hepatitis B Vaccination Rate of Homeless Children in Baltimore
Source: J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr, August 2005, Vol. 41(2):225-9
Management of Hepatitis C Virus in Special Populations: Patient and Treatment Considerations
Source: Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol, April 2005, Vol. 3(4):311-8
Impact of a Positive Hepatitis C Diagnosis on Homeless Injecting Drug Users: A Qualitative Study
Source: Br J Gen Pract, April 2005, Vol. 55(513):263-8
Exploring Risk Perception and Behaviour of Homeless Injecting Drug Users Diagnosed with Hepatitis C
Source: Health Soc Case Community, January 2005, Vol. 13(1):75-83
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Homeless People 2004
Correlates of Hepatitis C Virus Infections in Homeless Men: A Latent Variable Approach
Source: Drug Alcohol Depend, July 15, 2004, Vol. 75(1):89-95
Co-occurring Hepatitis C, Substance Use, and Psychiatric Illness: Treatment Issues and Developing Integrated Models of Care
Source: Journal of Urban Health, December 2004, Vol.81(4):719-734
Hepatitis C Virus Infection in San Francisco's HIV-Infected Urban Poor
Source: J Gen Intern Med, April 2004, Vol. 19(4):357-365
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Homeless People Archive
Homeless people journal articles 2003-2000
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