Preventing Chronic Disease
Updated February 15, 2024
Medical education plays an important role in teaching how racism affects health care. Read how one school of medicine is addressing racial inequities by teaching first-year medical students about the impact of racism on health.
New research uses GIS mapping to identify barbershops and salons suitable for implementing hypertension management programs tailored to the needs of African American communities. Learn more about the programs.
PCD's annual Student Paper Contest gives students of various levels the opportunity to submit their research for publication consideration. Explore the details of this year's contest and submit by March 2th.
- Neighborhood-Level Stressors and Individual-Level Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Native Hawaiians: a Cross-Sectional Study
- Finding Optimal Locations for Implementing Innovative Hypertension Management Approaches Among African American Populations: Mapping Barbershops, Hair Salons, and Community Health Centers
Manuscripts for these collections may be submitted at any time; however, each collection has its own final submission date. Accepted manuscripts are published on a rolling basis in the order in which they are received.