Given the complexity of addressing health disparities, FrontCover serves as a kind of forum to explore not only the traditional medical sciences but also new concepts and ideas that challenge us to expand our understanding of the human condition as it relates to health inequities -- a phenomenon that reflects not only differences in genetics, healthcare, access to treatment, or clinical trial participation, but also the broader social determinants of health and health equity. Presented in no particular order of importance, are a gammut of scholarly works from medical textbooks to public health readers to reflections on historical trauma to prevention and wellness. 

 Although the contents of these books should not be substituted for the stance or viewpoint of The Institute, we put them here to showcase the diversity, breadth, and depth of the collective impact of our network of scholars, whether as Editors, Authors, or when lending voice to a Preface or Afterword.