Keith Elder

University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 
Public Health
"Keith Elder"
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Elder K, Griffith DM. (2016) Men's Health: Beyond Masculinity. American Journal of Public Health. 106: 1157
Wiltshire JC, Elder K, Kiefe C, et al. (2016) Medical Debt and Related Financial Consequences Among Older African American and White Adults. American Journal of Public Health. e1-e6
Gilbert KL, Ray R, Siddiqi A, et al. (2016) Visible and Invisible Trends in Black Men's Health: Pitfalls and Promises for Addressing Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Inequities in Health. Annual Review of Public Health. 37: 295-311
Elder K, Meret-Hanke L, Dean C, et al. (2015) How do African American men rate their health care? An analysis of the consumer assessment of health plans 2003-2006. American Journal of Men's Health. 9: 178-85
Elder K, Dean C, Rice S, et al. (2014) Commentary on "Access to primary care physicians differs by health insurance coverage in Mississippi". Southern Medical Journal. 107: 91-2
Piper CN, Elder K, Olatosi B, et al. (2012) Beliefs and perception of risks of HIV among women that have never been tested for HIV in the United States. Journal of the National Medical Association. 104: 441-8
Miller NA, Pinet-Peralta LM, Elder KT. (2012) A profile of middle-aged and older adults admitted to nursing homes: 2000-2008. Journal of Aging & Social Policy. 24: 271-90
Elder K, Ramamonjiarivelo Z, Wiltshire J, et al. (2012) Trust, medication adherence, and hypertension control in Southern African American men. American Journal of Public Health. 102: 2242-5
Rooks RN, Wiltshire JC, Elder K, et al. (2012) Health information seeking and use outside of the medical encounter: is it associated with race and ethnicity? Social Science & Medicine (1982). 74: 176-84
Wagner SE, Drake BF, Elder K, et al. (2011) Social and clinical predictors of prostate cancer treatment decisions among men in South Carolina. Cancer Causes & Control : Ccc. 22: 1597-606
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