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Strategies for reducing health disparities — selected CDC-sponsored Interventions, United States, 2014
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    Foreword -- Background and rationale -- Reduction of racial/ethnic disparities in vaccination coverage, 1995–2011 -- Community-based program to prevent HIV/STD infection among heterosexual black women -- Evidence-based HIV/STD prevention intervention for black men who have sex with men -- Tribal motor vehicle injury prevention programs for reducing disparities in motor vehicle–related injuries -- Decreased smoking disparities among Vietnamese and Cambodian Communities — Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) Project, 2002–2006 – Epilogue.

    In public health, a key challenge is moving from accurate monitoring to effective intervention. Selected findings for health determinants and outcomes were reported in the CDC Health Disparities and Inequalities Report—United States, 2011; a second report was released in 2013. This supplement is a companion to the two earlier health disparity reports. It highlights health interventions included in those reports that are proven effective or show promise in reducing health disparities.

    Taken together, these three reports offer real-world examples of how public health programs can achieve their intended impact.

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