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New Call for Papers Focuses On Rural Health Disparities

We're currently accepting submissions for our upcoming collection, “Rural Health Disparities: Contemporary Solutions for Persistent Rural Public Health Challenges.” Learn more about the collection and how to submit.

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Latest PCD Collection Focuses on GIS and Chronic Disease Mapping
Latest PCD Collection Focuses on GIS and Chronic Disease Mapping

This special collection features 7 peer-reviewed articles that highlight examples of CDC's National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion's use of GIS in preventing and addressing chronic diseases.

Volume 21

ISSN: 1545-1151

Recent Collections

PCD collections group together published articles under specific topics and themes for rapid dissemination to our readers. Selected collections also include a related PCD Sound Bite podcast.

Mapping Chronic Disease In the United StatesPCD 2023 Student Paper ContestImplementation Evaluation: Assessing Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Impact of Public Health ProgramsState and Local Health Departments: Research, Surveillance, and Evidence-Based Public Health PracticesSleep Deprivation, Sleep Disorders, and Chronic DiseaseHealth Equity in Action: Research, Evaluation, Policy, and PracticeCombating Racism Through Research, Training, Practice, and Public Health Policies

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Addressing the Promotion of Menthol Tobacco Products in Black Communities
Kids Are Drinking Sugar-Sweetened Beverages at a Young Age