Journal of Clinical and Translational Science issues call for papers

Themed Issue: Integration of Social Determinants of Health with Clinical and Translational Science

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Scope: The Journal is issuing this Call for Papers for a special themed issue focusing on studies that address social determinants of health (SDoH) in clinical and translational science.

The goal is to assemble a set of manuscripts that highlight the integration of SDoH with clinical and translation science to understand the role of SDoH in health disparities and to develop SDoH-based intervention strategies to mitigate identified disparities, ultimately improving equity in health care and health outcomes.

Deadline: July 31, 2023

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The mission of the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science (JCTS) is to provide a forum for disseminating advances in clinical and translational science. JCTS, the official journal of the Association for Clinical and Translational Science and the Clinical Research Forum, is a fully Open Access journal publishing high-quality articles on research that spans the translational continuum, as well as education research that informs the development of the translational workforce. Topics of interest include investigations into how to best develop processes and people that translate discoveries into improved health.

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