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Academic Article Latino farmworker perceptions of the risk factors for occupational skin disease.
Academic Article Pesticides in the homes of farmworkers: Latino mothers' perceptions of risk to their children's health.
Academic Article Measuring differential beliefs in complementary therapy research: an exploration of the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Beliefs Inventory (CAMBI).
Academic Article Barriers to nutritional well-being for rural elders: community experts' perceptions.
Concept Perception
Concept Social Perception
Academic Article Case study. Behavior and perception of using safety gear among commercial landscapers: a pilot study.
Academic Article Strategies used by breast cancer survivors to address work-related limitations during and after treatment.
Academic Article Perceptions of housing conditions among migrant farmworkers and their families: implications for health, safety and social policy.
Academic Article Perceptions that influence the maintenance of scientific integrity in community-based participatory research.
Academic Article Mapping the risk perception and communication gap between different professions of healthcare providers in cancer care: a cross-sectional protocol.
Academic Article Latino Mothers in Farmworker Families' Beliefs About Preschool Children's Physical Activity and Play.
Academic Article Perception of risk and communication among conventional and complementary health care providers involving cancer patients' use of complementary therapies: a literature review.
Academic Article Good job, bad job: Occupational perceptions among Latino poultry workers.
Grant Maximizing the Impact of ePHIM in Low-Income, Multiethnic Populations
Grant Community-Based Participatory Approach to Farmworker Housing, Exposures &Health
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