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Health Equity

Abbreviation: Health Equity

Published by: Mary Ann Liebert

Publisher Location: New Rochelle, NY, USA

Journal Website:
http://www.liebertpub.com/HEQ


Range of citations in the SafetyLit database: 2017; 1(1) -- 2017; 1(1)

Publication Date Range: 2016 --

Number of articles from this journal included in the SafetyLit database: 1
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eISSN = 2473-1242
LCCN = 2016202758 | USNLM = 101708316 | OCLC = 952024972

Find a library that holds this journal: http://worldcat.org/issn/24731242

Journal Language(s): English


Aims and Scope (from publisher): Health Equity is a peer-reviewed open access journal that meets the urgent need for authoritative information about health disparities and health equity among vulnerable populations with the goal of providing optimal outcomes and ultimately health equity for all. With coverage ranging from translational research to prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and management of disease and illness, the Journal serves as a primary resource for organizations and individuals who serve these populations at the community, state, regional, tribal, and national levels.

Health Equity is supported by a generous grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to ensure that it is accessible as widely as possible and to provide a framework for achieving health equity for children, families, and communities by reducing and ultimately eliminating disparities in health and their social, economic, and environmental determinants.