The Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice is a refereed online journal that explores the dimensions of health disparities globally. Issues of the Journal are published quarterly. The Journal invites submission of original articles from researchers, public health, behavioral health, clinical,and social science experts and practitioner that seek to continue the promotion of health equtiy and the discussion of health disparities in order to eradicate them.
The Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice is an Open Access publication; all articles are freely available online immediately upon issue publication. All articles are rigorously peer-reviewed, and brough to publication as rapidly as possible. Currently, no charge for submitting a paper to the Journal; however, for manuscripts submitted after February 1, 2021 and published after July 1, 2021, a one time article processing charge of $1000 will be charged.
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Current Issue: Volume 15, Issue 3 (2022) National Maternal Health Research Network Special Issue #2
Eliminating COVID-19 Related Birth Disparities through Telehealth
Thometta Cozart, Jennie Joseph, Uzoamaka Nwafor, Shambria Davis, Kendra Ippel, and Deanna Wathington
A Cut Above the Rest: A Qualitative Study to Evaluate the Feasibility of Implementing Early Childhood Mental Health Interventions into Boston Black/African American Barbershops and Beauty Salons
Attitudes Toward Influenza, Pertussis, and COVID-19 Vaccines Among Economically Underserved Black Women/Birthing People: A Mixed-Methods Approach
Jasmine Cooper, Hanna LeBuhn, James D. Campbell, Stacey Stephens, Wendy G. Lane, Keerthana Kumar, and Kathleen M. Neuzil
Birthing While Black: The Maternal Health Experiences in Kansas
joi wickliffe, Alicia O’Neal, Kyla Morris, Todd Moore, Michelle L. Redmond, and Sharla Smith
Motherhood Together: Effects of an Adapted Prenatal Curriculum on Mother and Infant Outcomes
Rebecca Lovan, Clare Brown, Keneshia Bryant-Moore, Leslie McCormack, Nicole Ward, Shannon Kalkwarf, Beverly English, and Elizabeth Riley