Teresa O'Leary, Elizabeth Stowell, Darley Sackitey, Hye Yun, David Wright, Michael Paasche-Orlow, Timothy Bickmore, Andrea Parker
For many, spirituality is a core value. Recognizing the centrality of spirituality to the human experience and its intersection with other values such as health, public health research has a long tradition of developing faith-based health interventions. These programs have a combined focus on spirituality and health promotion, and are a vital tool for amplifying the well-being of communities generally and addressing health inequities specifically . In particular, many faith-based interventions have focused on the Black church, a term we use to refer to the seven primary Christian denominations that serve Black populations. Insights → Health, community, and…
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