MIAMI—Health care disparities were a theme among research abstracts selected for presentation at the Society of General Internal Medicine's annual meeting last week. ... In one study, researchers used data from the Women's Health Initiative to evaluate
A disparity you can do something about. Just about every week, a new study comes out reporting on health disparities between men and women, blacks and whites, etc. ... No one favors disparities in care and health, but what do you do about them?
eliminating health disparities, such as having providers hire staff from minority groups. ... active living. --injury- and violence-free living. --reproductive and sexual health. --mental and emotional wellbeing.
health disparities. ... The standout presentation at the PMC meeting from a health disparities perspective was given by Fabien Calvo, MD, PhD.
As physicians strive to become more attuned to addressing health disparities, Dr. ... Other potential issues may be trickier to resolve. ACP Member Utibe Essien, MD, MPH, an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of
Haughton's family residency program, a community health center, and a neighborhood free medical clinic. ... Aside from health issues, CHOICE also screens for other life-related issues among the uninsured.
Q: Why do disparities in health care access and treatment based on race and income persist in the U.S? ... Q: Can individual internists improve access to care and reduce health care disparities?
health study of people who identify as LGBTQ or another sexual or gender minority. ... The health disparities that I've discussed are not—and I want to stress this—inborn, but rather, related to minority stress, or the cumulative experience of
The virulent attack quickly exposed the shameful underbelly of health disparities. ... creating new ways to resolve health disparities,. confronting and correcting systemic racism,.
Concerned about health care disparities? ACP has comprehensive policies to address disparities based on race, gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation and is developing more robust policy on women's health ... diseases; for developing new research