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Dr. Victoria Dooley Nov 7
I’m a black woman for He’s been fighting for universal health care since I was still just a kid. As a doctor, I appreciate the importance of to lessen . Are you, too, a black woman for Bernie?
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Adrian Aguilera Oct 24
Racism in, racism out in algorithms perpetuating
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Leslie Adams, PhD, MPH Oct 9
The collective response on my timeline from and researchers after this report on R01 funding outcomes.
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Dr. Alfiee Breland-Noble Dec 8
If I’m at a meeting with 50 (FIFTY) speakers and there are 3 (THREE) TOTAL speakers where a big part of the meeting focuses on should I feel some kinda way? Asking for a friend...
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Uché Blackstock, MD Sep 1
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Jane Appleyard Allen Oct 3
This story highlights that those with the least resources will suffer most under the blanket ban on vapes; will likely incur greater risk to meet their needs; and will likely have worse health outcomes in the long run. Thanks as always
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Dr Minerva Nov 23
Humbled to be among amazing women in the series Thanks for shining a light on the work we do for our patients & communities
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Dr. Victoria Dooley Oct 15
“Any candidate who fails to provide health insurance for everyone falls short in addressing for African Americans.”
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Ana Velázquez Mañana MD MSc Sep 22
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Silvi Shah, MD, MS, FASN, FACP Aug 12
Excited to present our research work in with oral and poster presentations. Thank you for the opportunity.
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Shauna Cooper Oct 9
"Black applicants were more likely than white applicants to propose research topics that receive awards at a lower rate, i.e., # or -level research. Topics with the lowest success rates included research & patient-focused interventions."
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Dr. Estela Rodriguez Nov 11
Fact Day 12: African American men are about 40 percent more likely to develop than Caucasian men. The rate is about the same in African American women and in Caucasian women.
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Lorna H. McNeill PhD Sep 28
Overjoyed with the success of my inaugural Church Health Conference... looking forward to many more
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Mary Janevic Aug 25
White-led economic terror and systematic wealth-stripping of African Americans have produced an enormous racial wealth gap. We can't talk about eliminating without talking about policies to close this gap.
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Julie Kanter Oct 12
I fly to help find more treatments & cures for . I fly to hear their stories. I miss my family terribly but hope to and decrease for . I support but one day I want on a napkin!!
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Miguel Arce Rentería Aug 2
It was graduation day not just for the but for as well! Thank you and to Dr. Bernard and everyone at the for such a great program. Special thanks to for all the amazing work to promote in aging!
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SAAPHI Oct 24
is around the corner and this year we are taking , & to the . We look forward to this session on ! Are you a scholar activist?🤔
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Harvey L. Nicholson Jr., PhD Oct 25
My paper, "Associations between Major and Everyday Discrimination and Self-Rated Health among US Asians and Asian Americans" was accepted for publication in Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. Stay tuned for the link!
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Eric JT Smith Oct 27
Many thanks to for allowing me to present our work on Food Deserts and Critical Limb Ischemia at the Medical Students forum!
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Dr. Sierra Carter 6h
Enjoyed being on this ACNP panel discussing the implications of chronic stress from racial discrimination on health and functioning for African Americans.
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