Minority Populations - Diverse Health

Student-led USC Group Aims for Diversity Among Physical Therapists

by Michelle McCarthy | December 05, 2018
The physical therapy profession has a bit of a diversity problem, one might say. According to t [...] Read more

U.S. Relies Heavily on Foreign-Born Healthcare Workers

by Lisa Rapaport | December 05, 2018
(Reuters Health) – More than one in four doctors in the United States were born in anothe [...] Read more

Bi Women, Gay Men at Highest Risk of Opioid Misuse

by Matt Tracy | December 04, 2018
Bisexual women and gay men are reporting higher rates of opioid misuse compared to people of ot [...] Read more

Event Highlights the Importance of Self-Care for People of Color

by Danielle Lee | December 04, 2018
On Friday, Nov. 30, Ithaca College’s Peggy Ryan Williams Center lobby was filled with student [...] Read more

Black and Hispanic Americans Have a Harder Time Quitting Cigarettes. Will This Penn Study Find a way to Help?

by Ameri Pattani | December 04, 2018
Black and Hispanic Americans are less likely to smoke cigarettes than white Americans. Yet once [...] Read more

The Color of Justice: Racial and Ethnic Disparity in State Prisons

by Terry Campbell, | November 26, 2018
Our November topic is “Minority Issues.” I conducted some additional research on this topic [...] Read more

Review Highlights Challenges in Providing Healthcare Services to LGBTIQ Community

by Dechen Tshomo | November 26, 2018
Sexually diverse people face greater challenges and there is a need to have more representative [...] Read more
Activists Talk ‘Race, Racism, and Mental Health’ at Harvard Law School

Activists Talk ‘Race, Racism, and Mental Health’ at Harvard Law School

by Ellen M. Burstein and Luke A. Williams | November 19, 2018
Community organizers from the Boston area and across the United States convened this weekend fo [...] Read more
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