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Traumatic Brain Injury in North Carolina

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can range from mild concussions to life-threatening trauma. This issue of the NCMJ discusses various issues related to TBI, including the impact of North Carolina’s motorcycle helmet law, prevention and management of sports-related concussions, the need for behavioral health care for TBI survivors, the effect of TBI among North Carolina’s veterans, management of TBI among older adults, and advances in prehospital care for TBI. TABLE OF CONTENTS | FULL ISSUE (pdf) »

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North Carolina Latino Health, 2003: A Report from the Latino Health Task Force

Mental Health Recovery

INVITED COMMENTARY North Carolina has new opportunities for orienting its mental health care system toward client recovery as the system shifts to managed care with the possibility of offering more innovative services. Ways of accomplishing this reorientation are explored and instances of progress are noted.

Accessing Nutritious Food in Low-Income Neighborhoods

Financially Fragile Rural Hospitals: Mergers and Closures

INVITED COMMENTARY Rural hospitals serve as major sources of health care and employment for their communities, but recently they have been under increased financial stress. What are the causes of this stress, and how have hospitals and their communities responded?

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  • 76(3) Patient engagement
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  • 76(5) Military health