The Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice is a refereed online journal that explores the dimensions of health disparities globally. The Journal invites submission of original manuscripts from researchers, public health, behavioral health, clinical and social science experts and practitioner that seek to continue the discussion of health disparities in order to eradicate them.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 6, Issue 2 (2013)
Physical Activity and Social Cognitive Theory Outcomes of an Internet-Enhanced Physical Activity Intervention for African American Female College Students
Rodney P. Joseph, Dorothy W. Pekmezi, Terri Lewis, Gareth R. Dutton, Lori W. Turner, and Nefertiti H. Durant
Development, Implementation, and Assessment of Health Equity Action Training (HEAT): Implications for Local Health Departments
Karen A. D'Angelo, Carmen Chaparro, Rita Kornblum, Grace Damio, and Rafael Pérez-Escamilla
Health Disparity and Structural Violence: How Fear Undermines Health Among Immigrants at Risk for Diabetes
Janet Page-Reeves, Joshua D. Niforatos, Shiraz Mishra, Lidia Regino, Andrew Gingerich, and Robert Bulten
Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Infectious Disease Hospitalizations in Arizona
Laura Callinan, Robert Holman, Douglas Esposito, and Marian McDonald
Variance in Patient Access to Support Persons by Race/Ethnicity and Language Preference: An Analysis of Patient Survey Data
Andrew J. Jager and Matthew K. Wynia
Up North They’re Talking Sex: A collaborative and community driven model for sexual health knowledge mobilization
Karen Edwards, Steve Mitchell PhD, Nancy Gibson PhD, Cecilia Zoe-Martin, Anita Daniels, Jim Martin, and Patrick Wansbrough RN
Health Disparities in Colorectal Cancer Screening in United States: Race/ethnicity or Shifting Paradigms?
Adina Williams, Kirk Dabney, and Holmes Laurens Jr
Do Life Style Factors And Socioeconomic Variables Explain Why Black Women Have A Remarkably Higher Body Mass Index (BMI) Than White Women In The United States? Findings From The 2010 National Health Interview Survey
Mohammad Siahpush, Courtney A. Pinard, Gopal K. Singh, Melissa Tibbits, Raees A. Shaikh, and Amy Yaroch