What is the Minority Health and Health Equity Archive?
The Minority Health and Health Equity Archive is a freely accessible, online repository of various print and/or electronic media related to the health of racial and ethnic minority groups, health and health disparities in disadvantaged and vulnerable communities, and the topic of health equity. The Minority Health and Health Equity Archive provides the opportunity to not only research and gather various documents in a variety of subject areas, but also a resource to deposit other related materials not already posted to the archive. The archive is available through the Digital Repository at the University of Maryland (DRUM).
What kind of information is included in the Archive?
The Minority Health and Health Equity Archive includes materials related to the health of minority racial, ethnic, and other vulnerable groups in the United States and globally, and the topic of health equity. Materials cover the general health, current research involving, or health disparities among, any of these particular groups as well as materials related to the major contributors and contributions to the field of minority health, as well as materials related to the pursuit of health equity.
Materials include journal articles, web-based materials, government documents, books, book chapters, conference proceedings, conference papers and posters, course outlines and syllabi, events/presentations, images, pre-prints, theses/dissertations, and other materials relevant to our goal.
Is there any special connection between the archive and any other journals?
The archive is sponsored solely by the Maryland Center for Health Equity, which is a research center in the School of Public Health at the University of Maryland. The archive is not affiliated with any journal.
Can I link to the Minority Health and Health Equity Archive from my website?
Yes, we encourage links to our site. Use this URL for the link: https://health-equity.lib.umd.edu.