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Call for papers: "Health Inequalities and disparities research"-PlosOne

An interdisciplinary approach combining all relevant disciplines in the field of public health will be used to:

1. Examine the relative health experiences and outcomes for populations subject to health or healthcare disparities, and the socioeconomic patterning of health worldwide

2. Evaluate risk factors and etiologies related to observed health inequalities/disparities

3. Study new or existing interventions to improve health equity

Clare Bambra (Newcastle University, UK)
Hans Bosma (Maastricht University, The Netherlands)
Diana Burgess (U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, USA )
Jennie Popay (University of Lancaster, UK)
Joseph Telfair (Georgia Southern University, USA)
Barbara Turner (University of Southern California, USA)

Deadline: January 2020

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