|Editor-in-Chief:||Dr. Julie Williams Merten, University of North Florida|
|Managing Editor:||Meghann Wheeler, University of North Florida|
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Current Volume: Volume 16 (2019)
The Importance of Revising Florida’s Motorcycle Helmet Laws to Prevent Traumatic Brain Injury – A Commentary
Mohammed S. Uddin and Iveris L. Martinez
Differences in Current Hookah and Cigarette Smoking Status Attitudes and Beliefs at a Florida University: A Discriminant Analysis
Gail Castañeda, Tracey E. Barnett, Sergio Romero, Mi Jung Lee, and Jann MacInnes
Sociodemographic Correlates of Bariatric Surgery by Procedure Type among a Statewide Ethnically Diverse Patient Population
Alisha Monnette, Tulay Koru-Sengul, Nadia L. Fleurantin, Sarah E. Messiah, and WayWay M. Hlaing
A cross-sectional questionnaire-based descriptive study exploring the presence of behavioral risk factors for infection with Zika virus among students and employees at an institution of higher education in South Florida.
Dorothy Contiguglia-Akcan, Shasank Chennupati, Sebastian Cuitiva, Christian-Immanuel Oliveros, Carol Marie Fraley, Tiffany Race, and Daniel Garrido
Public Opinion Report of Nutrition Education and Nutrition-Related Behaviors
Kristen Hicks-Roof, Robert J. Zeglin, Daniel Manson, and Corinne A. Labyak
After Implementation of the ACA – Coverage Gaps among Rural Latinos Still Remain
Arlesia L. Mathis, Matthew Dutton, Ivette A. López, Alan Becker, and C Perry Brown
Lessons from the Field: A Systems Thinking Approach for Case Management Documentation
Graham F. Watts Sr, Angela E. Prince, Heather Vaughan, Porschia McCray Watts, and Beth Parker
Efforts Targeting Factors of Health Disparities that Impair HIV Treatment Engagement
Graham F. Watts Sr and Heather Vaughan