Edition 30 – An Experiential Student-Run Curriculum Addressing the Health Outcomes of Formerly Incarcerated People
Short of a full-time correctional medicine attending, very few clinicians have been trained in the care of formerly incarcerated persons.
Edition 30 – Health Disparities in Genetic Testing for Patients Receiving Government-funded Insurance Benefits
Patients receiving public health insurance benefits receive lower-quality, less-reliable care compared to patients with private insurance benefits. T
Edition 30 – Race as a Risk Factor: Public Health Interventions for Uterine Fibroids Among African American Women
The prevalence of uterine fibroids is especially high in the U.S., but it is important to note that among the women impacted, 70-90% are African American.
The COVID-19 pandemic and its unequal impact on marginalized communities elucidate the complexity of health disparities.