The Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice is an online journal that explores the problems and challenges of health disparities among the diverse populations of the United States and the world. The journal invites submission of original papers from researchers, public health practitioners, and students researching and working on health disparities solutions.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 6, Issue 1 (2013)
Lessons Learned from Training of Promotores de Salud for Obesity and Diabetes Prevention
Erica T. Sosa, Lesli Biediger-Friedman, and Zenong Yin
A Diabetes Prevention Program Provided by Home Care Nurses to Residents of Public Housing Communities
Robin Whittemore PhD, Alana Rosenberg MPH, and Sangchoon Jeon PhD
Discrimination in Medical Settings and Attitudes toward Complementary and Alternative Medicine: The Role of Distrust in Conventional Providers
Tetyana Shippee, Carrie Henning-Smith, Nathan Shippee, Jessie Kemmick Pintor, Kathleen T. Call, Donna McAlpine, and Pamela Jo Johnson
The Normative Dimensions of Health Disparities
Andrew Ward, Pamela Jo Johnson, and Mollie O'Brien
The Effect of Race/Ethnicity on the Age of Colon Cancer Diagnosis
Matthew Katz, Maryann E. Parrish, Ellen Li, Yuanhao Zhang, Wei Zhu, Kenneth Shroyer, Roberto Bergamaschi, and Jennie L. Williams
Sociodemographic characteristics, distance to the clinic, and breast cancer screening results
Seijeoung Kim, Beverly Chukwudozie, and Elizabeth Calhoun