|Editor-in-Chief:||Dr. Julie Williams Merten, University of North Florida|
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Current Volume: Volume 20 (2023)
The Development of a New Scale to Measure Food Insecurity Among Older Adults Using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) Framework
Carol N. Freiria, Leslie Van Horn, James Epps, Jenifer M. Ross, and Lauri Wright
Association Between LGB Status and Levels of Mental Distress, Florida BRFSS 2017-2019
Tammie M. Johnson and Torhonda Lee
Low English Proficiency in the United States Associated with Reduced Healthcare Access Under the Affordable Care Act
Benjamin L. Siegel and Jessica M. Waddell
School Bullying and Health Risk Behavior Outcomes among Adolescents in Florida
Amanda Raymond, Stephanie Grant, and Rima Tawk
Interprofessional Collaborative Attitudes: Comparing Social Work Learners to Their Medicine and Nursing Peers
Joseph Bartholomew, Marcia Mount French, and Hea-Won Kim
Assessing the Effects of Health Insurance Status on Compliance with Diabetes Care
Sara L. Colosimo, Leann N. Petschonek, Uvina S. Allen, Dominique L. Rogers, and Sericea Stallings-Smith
Workplace Traumatic Stress and Mental Health Sequelae among Public Safety Telecommunications Officers in Florida
Kellie O'Dare, Tammie M. Johnson, Erin A. King, Joseph Herzog, Dana R. Dillard, Kimberley Powell, Arthur R. Kirby, and Leah Atwell