The Virginia Journal of Public Health (ISSN: 2769-3279) is the official journal of the Virginia Public Health Association. The mission of the VPHA is to improve the public’s health in Virginia by strengthening public health practice and promoting sound public health policy.
The VJPH is a peer reviewed publication addressing public, community, and population health; health education and promotion; health equity; and health policy relevant to the Commonwealth of Virginia and nearby regions.
To learn more, visit the Virginia Public Health Association website.
Current Issue: Volume 7, Issue 2 Virginia Journal of Public Health Spring 2023
Notes From the Field
Vaccine Uptake in the Era of COVID-19: Associations between Willingness to Receive the Influenza and COVID-19 Vaccines
Mutaz Alkalbani, Ritsa Frousios, Matilda Francis, Yousef Beidas, Jennifer Ryal, and Brynn Sheehan
A Rapid Review of the Literature: Cardiovascular Disease Preventive Practices and Rural Black Women
Modjadji M. Choshi and Maria deValpine
Examining Opioid Risk Mitigation Practices in a Rural Pain Management Clinic: A Quality Improvement Project
Stanley W. Hatcher, Erica Lewis, and Shawn Craddock
Structural barriers to health care access and IPV disclosure in first-generation Latina immigrants
Donna L. Schminkey, Deborah Elkins, Karen Jagiello, Sandra Annan, Jamie Robinson, and Erika Metzler Sawin