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In May, 2012, The American Journal of Public Health published a landmark supplement highlighting current research on health disparities among boys and men (read more at: http://ajph.aphapublications.org/toc/ajph/102/S2. The journal publication was inspired by a meeting held two years prior entitled “Health Disparities in Boys and Men: Innovative Research to Reduce Addiction, Trauma and Related Co-morbidities “ which was convened by federal agencies seeking perspectives from multidisciplinary scientists and community partners to examine health conditions that disproportionately negatively impact males. New initiatives across federal agencies, scientific and advocacy groups and local communities have continued to address these health disparities. This seminar highlights current perspectives by two investigators as an update on research innovations and translational opportunities to impact the health of boys and men at risk for disproportionate health outcomes.
Wizdom Powell-Hammond, Ph.D., M.P.H., M.S., University of North Carolina and Waldo E. Johnson, Jr., Ph.D., M.S.W., University of Chicago