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.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal. If you have questions, please Melva Thompson-Robinson, DrPH at email@example.com.
Current Issue: Volume 13, Issue 3 (2020)
Internet All Nation Breath of life (I-ANBL) a Tribal College Student Engaged Development of an Internet-based Smoking Cessation Intervention
Joseph A. Pacheco, Charley Lewis, Christina M. Pacheco, Jason W. Hale, Jessica A. R. Williams, Sean M. Daley, Christine M. Daley, and Won S. Choi
Employing Position Generators to Assess Social Capital and Health: A Scoping Review of the Literature and Recommendations for Measurement in Future Population-Based Surveillance
Steven Meanley, Candice Biernesser, Teagen O'Malley, Todd Bear, and Jeanette Trauth
The Early Impact of the Affordable Care Act upon Colorectal Cancer Screening Utilization in Florida
Aldenise P. Ewing, Laura Baum, Rosalyn Roker, Marlene Joannie Bewa, Tali Schneider, Claudia F. Parvanta, Clement K. Gwede, Cathy D. Meade, and Dinorah Martinez Tyson
Generational Impacts of 1930s Housing Discrimination and the Imperative Need for the Healthy Start Initiative to Address Structural Racism
Brittney Butler, Michael Outrich, Jessica Roach, and Arthur James
Relationship between Psychosocial-cultural Factors and African American Women Obesity.
An Exploratory Study of the Likelihood of Adopting Genetic Counseling and Testing for Lynch Syndrome-related Colorectal Cancer Among Primary Care Physicians in Florida
Vanessa B. Crowther, Sandra G. Suther, Jullet A. Weaver, Clement K. Gwede, Matthew Dutton, Dongming Cui, and Ivette A. Lopez