Hispanic Health Care International is a peer-reviewed journal that serves as an interdisciplinary forum for the dissemination of information for clinical practice, education, research, and policy on issues concerning Hispanic/Latino populations in the United States.
A unique feature of Hispanic Health Care International is the availability of all abstracts in both English and Spanish. Each article is reviewed by at least two experts on the topic. The interdisciplinary editorial board comprises experts in a variety of clinical, policy, and research areas.
As the official journal of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses, the journal strives to:
- Serve as an interdisciplinary state-of-the-art resource for educators, researchers, administrators, policy makers, and health care providers on Hispanic/Latino health care.
- Disseminate research findings and policy perspectives on Hispanic/Latino health care.
- Provide an interdisciplinary forum to analyze and evaluate the current and future health care needs of the Hispanic/Latino community.
- Examine barriers to the delivery of health services to Hispanic/Latino consumers.
- Promote culturally competent models of intervention that provide effective health care to eliminate health disparities for Hispanic/Latino communities.