Minority Populations - Diverse Health

14 Women of Color Medical Students and Graduates Who Matched Share on Soon Joining the Frontlines Am

by Brittany Chambers | May 11, 2020
This year March 20, 2020, marked the National Resident Matching Program’s annual day where th [...] Read more

Study Finds Fewer Minority Nurses Come From Michigan Nursing Programs

by Maddy O' Callaghan | May 11, 2020
LANSING — Colleges and university nursing programs in Michigan produce fewer minority graduat [...] Read more

New Report Explains Why Black, Latino, Low-Income Communities are Disproportionately Impacted by the Coronavirus

by Joint Economic Committee Democrat | April 27, 2020
Washington, D.C.—Today, Congressman Don Beyer (D-VA), the Vice Chair of the U.S. Congress Joi [...] Read more

Why is Coronavirus Taking Such a Deadly Toll on Black Americans?

by Oliver Laughland and Lauren Zanolli | April 27, 2020
For the first weeks of the pandemic in St Louis, Missouri, the only ones to die from the virus [...] Read more

More Covid Testing for Minorities Is Key to Opening U.S. Economy

by Emma Court and Donald Moore | April 27, 2020
In many ways, Tanya Fields’s attempt to get testing for Covid-19 is the by-now-familiar Ameri [...] Read more

Black Doctors Blast ‘Woefully Anemic’ Data on Minority Coronavirus Cases

by Maya King | April 27, 2020
Preliminary data shows that minority patients are disproportionately at risk of being hospitali [...] Read more

Public Health Expert Says African Americans Are at Greater Risk of Death From Coronavirus

by Lonnae O'Neal | March 16, 2020
This week, the U.S. joined nations around the world in instituting sweeping emergency measures [...] Read more

How More Diverse Medical Schools Could Save Women of Color and Mothers

by Kamari Chelsea | March 16, 2020
I sat down to write this with a slow crawling ache working its way, vertebrae by vertebrae, fro [...] Read more
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