Social Determinants of Health among the Hispanic People


An essay on social determinants of health among the Hispanic people.

Appx. 1,000 words.



Background Information on the Target Population

In the year 2014, the largest minority group in the USA was Hispanic. According to Velasco-Mondragon (2016), the population of the Hispanic people was 54.4 million. The growth rate of Hispanics is speculated to be around 28.6% by the year 2060(Velasco-Mondragon, 2016).  The Hispanic population comprises both natively born and foreign-born immigrants from Spain, Latin America, and the Caribbean.  The Hispanic population is faced with several social determinants that make it a disadvantaged group as compared to the general population of the USA.

Appx. 1,000 words.


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