2009

An Act of GraceOf nearly 500 journals in the Project MUSE® database, JHCPU ranks 7th in terms of numbers of articles downloaded each year.

Approximately 150,000 JHCPU articles are downloaded worldwide every year.

Listing by the Kaiser Family Foundation as one of the nation’s leading health policy journals.

Editorial work on behalf of Dr. Anna Cherrie Epps and Ms. Patricia Hammond and assistance with its production and distribution as a hardcover book: An Act of Grace, a history of Meharry Medical College focusing on the latter part of the 20th century, especially the period of Dr. John Maupin’s presidency.

Supplemental issue 20.4 Nov 2009 Social Determinants of Children’s Health, Global Perspectives, Guest Editor: Gillian Barclay, DrPH. DDS, MPH, and Camara Jones, MD, PhD, MPH, sponsored by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

Photo: An Act of Grace, a history of Meharry Medical College focusing on the latter part of the 20th century.

2010

The following Supplements were published, in addition to our quarterly regular issues:

Supplemental issue 21.1 Feb 2010 Meharry Medical College–Vanderbilt–Ingram Cancer Center Partnership: Its History and Role in Cancer Health Disparities ResearchGuest Editors: Samuel Evans Adunyah, PhD, Bettina M. Beech, DrPH, MPH, and Harold L. Moses, MD

Supplemental issue 21.2 May 2010 Social Determinants of Children’s Health, Vol. II: The Developed WorldGuest Editors: Gillian Barclay, DrPH, DDS, MPH, and Camara Jones, MD, PhD, MPH, sponsored by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Supplemental issue 21.3 Aug 2010 Ethics, Race, and Ethnicity: The Power of Communities in Reducing Health Disparity Papers from the 10th Anniversary of The Tuskegee University National Center for Bioethics in Research and Health CareGuest Editors: Vivian L. Carter, PhD and Natasha Coby, MA

2011

The following Supplements were published, in addition to our quarterly regular issues:

Supplemental issue 22.3 Aug 2011 Emergency Preparedness: Ethical Faith-Health Leadership, Supporting Vulnerable Populationssponsored by the Interdenominational Theological Center and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Guest Editor: Rueben C. Warren, DDS, MPH, DrPH, MDiv

Supplemental issue 22.4 Nov 2011 RCMI Supplement, 12th International Symposium on Health Disparities, Guest Editors: Sakina E. Eltom, DVM, PhD, Paul B. Tchounwou, ScD, FABI, IOM and Valerie Montgomery Rice, MD

2012

The following Supplements were published, in addition to our quarterly regular issues:

Supplement issue 23.2 May 2012 Papers from the Southeastern U.S. Collaborative Center of Excellence for the Elimination of Disparities (SUCCEED) and Morehouse School of Medicine, including a Festchrift honoring Dr. Daniel Blumenthal, Guest Editors: Le’Roy Reese, PhD and Carla Durham Walker, MA

Supplemental issue 23.3 Aug 2012 Evidence for Informing the Next Generation of Quality Improvement Initiatives: Models, Methods, Measures, and Outcomes,sponsored by HRSA Guest Editors: Ahmed Calvo, MD, MPH, Paula Y. Goodwin, PhD, Amber Berrian, MPH, Avril Melissa Houston, MD, MPH, Samantha Meklir, MPP and Nishadi Rajapakse, PhD, MHS

Supplemental issue 23.4 Nov 2012 First Bioethics Conference...

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2013

1930's Meharry School of Nursing classImpact factor has risen above 1.5.

Editorial work on behalf of Dr. Iris Shannon and the Nurses’ Working Group and assistance with the production and distribution of their book, Lifetimes of Dedication and Service: Graduates of Meharry’s School of Nursing (1900-1962) Tell Their Stories.

Publication of another book of articles originating as Journal articles, supplemented with new material: Free Clinics: Local Responses to Health Care Needs (V. Brennan, ed., JHUP).

Dramatic increase in the size of the Journal: for example, Vol. 6.3 was 72 pages long (and had small pages) whereas Vol. 24.4 (Nov 2013) was 447 pages.

The following Supplements were published, in addition to our quarterly regular issues:

Supplemental issue 24.1 Feb 2013, jointly sponsored by Xavier University Health Disparities Conference and Meharry Medical College Part 1: Xavier University Health Disparities Conference Papers, Guest Editors: Leonard Jack, Jr., PhD, MSc and Kathleen Kennedy, PharmD, Part 2: ...

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