|Editor-in-Chief:||Dr. Julie Williams Merten, University of North Florida|
|Managing Editor:||Meghann Wheeler, University of North Florida|
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Current Volume: Volume 17 (2020)
Structural and Social Determinants of Opioid Abuse Among Florida-Based Hospitals
Donald R. Haley, Hanadi Hamadi, Jing Xu, Mei Zhao, Anh Viet Tran Nguyen, and Dayana Martinez
Comorbidities of Medicare Beneficiaries with Alzheimer's Disease in Florida, 2010
Tingting Hu and Henry J. Carretta
Understanding Pediatric Injury in Collier County, Florida: a mixed methods analysis
Carmen T. Ramos-Irizarry
Changing the Culture of Opioid-Related Messaging in Florida: A Formative Research Approach
Laura Boutemen, Lindsay Neuberger, Chad Collins, Chandler Dobiyanski, Bethany Richardson, and Emily Knapp
Cultivating healthy schools: The feasibility of an outdoor classroom in a public elementary school
Erin Largo-Wight, Caroline A. Guardino, and Katrina W. Hall
Epidemiology of enforcing travel restrictions in US peninsular regions during the COVID-19 pandemic
Kathleen Kelly, Sebastian Coupe, and Cynthia Kelly
Photovoice and Youth on Violence and Related Topics: A Systematic Review
Yingwei Yang, Andrew C. Lim, Renée E. Wallace, Stephanie Marhefka-Day, and Karen D. Liller