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How can we identify and eliminate health care disparities? An RWJF expert panel has singled out four stellar examples of research published in 2014—including external and RWJF-supported research—focusing on that very issue.

How can we identify and eliminate health care disparities? An RWJF expert panel has singled out four stellar examples of research published in 2014—including external and RWJF-supported research—focusing on that very issue.

Which one is most influential? Vote before November 24, 2014

To achieve a Culture of Health, we need to build an evidence base, and identify and support research that promotes progress in improving the health and well-being of all.

Alonzo L. Plough, V.P., Research-Evaluation-Learning, and Chief Science Officer

.@RWJF highlights 2014's most influential research to #EliminateDisparities. What's your choice?

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    Four leading examples of health care disparities research await your vote. Which of the four is most influential?

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