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Weaver, A., Landry C., Jacobson, M., Whitted, R., Zeaiter, H., Ross, D., Hall, S., Holzworth, J., Egbuogu, B., Smith, F. N., & Butterfield, A. (2023). Initiating perinatal depression screening in rural WIC clinics: WIC provider perceptions of barriers and facilitators. Social Work in Mental Health, 6, 701-735.
Ribeiro Brown, B., Williams, E.-D. G., Abelson, J. M., Chandrakapure, A., & Watkins, D. C. (2022). An exploratory case study of the types of resources black boys use to support their mental health. Healthcare 2022, 10, 1082.
Pimentel Walker, A., Sanga, N., Yoshihama, M., Gonzalez Benson, O. & Routte, R. (2022). Participatory action research in times of COVID-19: Adapting approaches with refugee-led community-based organizations. PCHP Progress in Community Health Partnerships:
Research, Education, and Action, 16(2).
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