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Include a social determinants of health approach to reduce health inequities.Academic Article Why?
Using Quality Preventing to Address Health InequitiesGrant Why?
Leading by Success: Impact of a Clinical and Translational Research Infrastructure Program to Address Health Inequities.Academic Article Why?
Lindly, OliviaPerson Why?
Families First Home Visiting programme reduces population-level child health and social inequities.Academic Article Why?
Satcher, DavidPerson Why?
Measuring Race Among Latinos to Address Racism, Discrimination, and HIV Health Inequities: Comparing Self-Reported Race and Fitzpatrick Skin Phototype.Academic Article Why?
FIU Center for Reducing Health Disparities in Substance Abuse & HIV in South FloridaGrant Why?
Trepka, MaryPerson Why?
Morehouse School of Medicine Prevention Research Center: Advancing Health Equity through Community-Led Applied Public Health Prevention Research and TranslationGrant Why?
Hedges, JerrisPerson Why?
Shiramizu, BrucePerson Why?
Hawaii IDeA Center for Pediatric and Adolescent Clinical Trials (HIPACT)Grant Why?
Tuskegee University Center for Biomedical Research/ Research Centers at Minority InstitutionsGrant Why?
Leon-Morris, StaciPerson Why?
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