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How to embed a racial and ethnic equity perspective in research: Practical guidance for the research process

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Racial and ethnic equity is a state in which a person's racial or ethnic background does not predict their outcomes. This is a guide to embedding a racial/ethnic equity perspective into the design of new research projects. It suggests ways in which the landscape assessment, study design, data collection, data analysis, dissemination can be completed with a racial and ethnic equity lens.
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