Minority Populations - Diverse Health

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

HBCUs Face An Additional Set of Coronavirus Concerns

by Sara Weissman | March 16, 2020
Campuses across the country are temporarily closing in response to the coronavirus, encouraging [...] Read more

Claflin Plans to Be First HBCU in State to Offer Graduate Degree in Nursing

by Gene Zaleski | March 09, 2020
Claflin University is planning this year to launch a graduate nursing program and a climate cha [...] Read more

Gender & Ethnic Diversity Still Lacking in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Professional Ranks

by Association of Academic Physiatrists (AAP) | March 09, 2020
Newswise — Women and members of various ethnic groups are still significantly underrepresente [...] Read more

New Reports Show Black Infants Continue to Die at a Higher Rate Compared to Other Races

by Taneisha Cordell | March 02, 2020
CLEVELAND — Ohio’s infant mortality rate is steadily declining, but the numbers are barely [...] Read more

AMA President Dr. Harris Among Top 25 Minority Leaders in Medicine

by Sara Berg | March 02, 2020
Hospital and health system presidents, vice presidents and CEOs, and other experts in the medic [...] Read more

Why We Need More African-Americans in Medicine

by Vernon Williams | March 02, 2020
As I reflect on the significance of Black History Month in my life, I can’t help but thi [...] Read more
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