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Health status by race and ethnicity : 2010

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Bennett, April Young

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Utah Health Status by Race and Ethnicity portrays important "health disparities" by race and ethnicity. Disparities exist when the health status on a given measure in one or more racial/ethnic populations is different from that found statewide. It is a national goal of the U.S. Public Health Service to eliminate health disparities, including those by race and ethnicity. The authors believe that this report will serve as a guide for Utah Department of Health (UDOH) programs and others with an interest in reducing health disparities, so that they may make evidence-based decisions on their priorities and future activities aimed at improving health status in Utah populations.
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Utah. Center for Multicultural Health
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The Utah State Library Division considers state publications made available by state agencies and political subdivisions as required by Utah Code Ann. § 9-7-201 to 9-7-209 to be in the public domain under U.S. copyright law (17 U.S.C.). All informational materials in this government publication are in the public domain, and as such, are not restricted by copyright law unless otherwise stated.
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