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10 women in medicine who advocate for underserved populations

Despite dramatic improvements in many areas of health care, patients from racial and ethnic minority groups experience lower-quality care and have worse outcomes. These people are less likely to receive routine medical care and face higher rates of morbidity and mortality than white patients. Health disparities also exist when it comes to care for women…

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Aging Native American, Rural, and Homeless Populations: Engagement and Advocacy During COVID-19

The COVID-19 public health crisis is perilously affecting all sectors of life, including services for older adults. Most gravely affected by this crisis have been some of the most vulnerable among us—marginalized older adult populations. The impact of COVID-19 and the effectiveness of various responses among these disparate populations are seldom considered in a common…

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