Greensboro Wellbeing Disparities Collaborative, North Carolina (Drs Ellis, Black, Baker, Davis, Doost, Lightfoot, Samuel, Schaal, and Eng and Mss Cothern, Goestch, Griesemer, Guerrab, Padilla, and Yongue) Faculty of Social Perform, College of Michigan, Ann Arbor (Dr Ellis) University of Wellbeing and Human Overall performance, East Carolina College, Greenville (Dr Black) General public Wellbeing Scientific studies Software, Elon College, North Carolina (Dr Baker) Faculty of Medicine, Washington College, St Louis, Missouri (Dr Davis) Departments of Wellbeing Behavior (Mss Griesemer and Guerrab and Drs Lightfoot and Eng) and Wellbeing Plan and Management (Ms Padilla and Dr Samuel), College of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Heart for Wellbeing Marketing and Sickness Prevention, College of North Carolina (Dr Lightfoot) The Partnership Task, Inc, Greensboro, North Carolina (Dr Schaal) and Department of General public Wellbeing Schooling, College of North Carolina at Greensboro (Ms Yongue).
Correspondence: Katrina R. Ellis, PhD, MPH, MSW, Faculty of Social Perform, College of Michigan,1080 S. College Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48109 ([email protected]).
ACCURE was funded by the Nationwide Cancer Institute (1 R01 CA150980). Support to the first author was offered by the NCI-funded Cancer Wellbeing Disparities Training Software (T32CA128582) the Heart for Wellbeing Equity Investigation at the College of North Carolina at Chapel Hill a grant from the Nationwide Institutes of Wellbeing (P30 AG015281) and the Michigan Heart for City African American Ageing Investigation and a grant from the Nationwide Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to the College of Mississippi Professional medical Heart (grant #2R25HL126145—MPIs Beech and Norris). The funding sources experienced no involvement in review layout, details selection investigation or interpretation, report creating, or selection to post.
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