University of Wisconsin–Madison Medical College of Wisconsin

The Impact of Race & Racism on Health

Special Issue: January/February 2021

Call for Papers

The WMJ is seeking papers that examine the impact of race and racism on the health of people in Wisconsin. These papers will be published in a special theme issue. Priority will be given to papers that:

  • Examine the implementation and dissemination of evidence-based interventions.
  • Include multidisciplinary approach and multi-sector approaches, including the role of coalitions and community-based interventions.
  • Include Wisconsin-specific data and interventions.
  • Describe the role of physicians and the health care system.
  • Consider policy, systems, and environmental approaches.

Authors should refer to the Instructions for Authors for manuscript guidelines.  In the cover letter accompanying your submission, please indicate that it is for the special issue. We will consider peer-reviewed submissions (ie, original research, review articles, case reports, and brief reports), as well as editorial-reviewed submissions (ie, commentaries, “As I See It,” letters, and editorials).

Download the Call for Papers here.

Deadline for Submissions: November 1, 2020

QUESTIONS?

Email wmj@med.wisc.edu.

 

Special Issue Advisory Group

Sarina Schrager, MD, MS
Interim Editor-in-Chief, WMJ

Ivor Benjamin, MD, FAHA, FACC, Medical College of Wisconsin
Director of Cardiovascular Center; Professor of Medicine, Physiology, Pharmacology and Toxicology, Cell Biology, Neurobiology and Anatomy, and Surgery; Program Director of CVC T32 Training Program

Jennifer Edgoose, MD, MPH, UW School of Medicine and Public Health
Associate Professor (CHS), Director of the DFMCH Office of Community Health, Director of the SMPH Diversity and Inclusion Advocates Program, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Jesse M. Ehrenfeld, MD, MPH, Medical College of Wisconsin
Director of the Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment, Senior Associate Dean

Sheri P. Johnson, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison
UW Population Health Institute Director, Associate Professor
Pronouns: she/her/hers

C. Greer Jordan, PhD, MBA, BSEE, Medical College of Wisconsin
Vice President of Inclusion and Diversity & Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer; Assistant Professor, Institute on Health and Equity
Pronouns: all/any or they/them/theirs

John Meurer, MD, MBA, Medical College of Wisconsin
Professor of Pediatrics and Community Health, Director of the Institute for Health & Equity
Pronouns: he/his/him

Sharon-Rose N. Nartey, UW School of Medicine and Public Health
Co-President of Student National Medical Association, UW-Madison

David J. Pate Jr., PhD, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Helen Bader School of Social Welfare, Chair and Associate Professor of Social Work; Affiliate, Institute for Child and Family Well-Being; Affiliate, Department of African and African Diaspora Studies; Affiliate, University Honors College; Affiliated Associate Professor of the Institute for Research on Poverty, UW-Madison

Malika Siker, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin
Associate Professor, Associate Dean for Student Inclusion and Diversity
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Earlise Ward, PhD, UW-Madison School of Nursing
Professor and Faculty Director, Morgridge Center for Public Service

Jasmine Zapata, MD, MPH, UW School of Medicine and Public Health
Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Department of Population Health Sciences

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Original Research

Prescribed Opioid Use in Wisconsin 2008-2016: Findings From the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin
Thakur T, Barnet JH, LeCaire T, Bersch A, Peppard P, Malecki K, Moberg DP
WMJ. 2020;119(2):102-109

Bicycling Rates and the Prevalence of Bicycle Helmet Usage in Wisconsin
Schmidt CW, Snedden TR, Malecki K, Gangnon RE, Eggers SI, Kanarek MS
WMJ. 2020;119(2):91-95

Social Determinants of Health and Health Outcomes: The Mediating Role of Coping Strategies
Brouwer  AM, Menard L
WMJ. 2020;119(1):56-61

Influences of a Church-Based Intervention on Falls Risk Among Seniors
Briggs M, Morzinski JA, Ellis J
WMJ. 2019;118(1):161-164

Brief Reports

Hmong Cross-Cultural Adaptation of Stroke Educational Material
Hussein H, Droegemueller C, Xiong P, VanDyke S, Mettner J, Xiong Z, Catha G
WMJ. 2020;119(2):115-118

COVID-19 Experience in a Wisconsin Academic Medical Center
Kolinski J, Sundararajan S, Swartz S, Kavita V. Naik, MD; Navdeep Gupta, MD
Published online ahead of print July 20, 2020

A Qualitative Study of Undergraduate Racial and Ethnic Minority Experiences and Perspectives on Striving to Enter Careers in the Health Professions
Edgoose JYC, Steinkamp L, Vang K, Hampton A, Dosch N
WMJ. 2019;118(2):60-64

Wheels for All: Addressing Social Determinants of Health One Bicycle at a Time
Zellmer L, Fleming N
WMJ. 2019;118(1):165-167

¡Venga Y Relájese! Pilot Stress Reduction Program for Migrant Latina Women Living in Low-Resource Settings From Milwaukee to Lima
Abbs EA, Brown M, Lemke M, Bauer L, Ohly S, Haq C
WMJ. 2019;118(1):168-170

Case Report

Recurring Vivid Dreams in an Older Hmong Man with Complex Trauma Experience and Cognitive Impairment
Askar W, Khan A, Borson S, Malone ML
WMJ. 2019;118(1):171-172

EDITORIALS

A Health Equity Mindset
Johnson S, Golden RN
WMJ. 2020;119(2):139-140

Health by ZIP Code
Schrager S
WMJ. 2020,119(2):79,140

‘Knowing What’s Best’: Community Partnerships Against COVID-19
Abenoza N, Hernandez C, Martinez E, Mora J, Siker M
WMJ. 2020;119(2):132-138

Talking to African-American Teens About Sex
Hartwig D
WMJ. 2019;118(1):5-6

Breast Cancer: Addressing Disparities, Improving Care
Schrager S
WMJ. 2018;117(2):52-53

Social Determinants of Health: Fundamental Drivers of Health Inequity
Kind AJH, Golden RN
WMJ. 2019;117(5):231-232

Working With Communities Toward Health Equity
Schrager S
WMJ. 2019;118(1):151-152