Addressing Social Inequities to Create a More Just, Fair and Equitable World A Conversation with Dr. Nancy Krieger Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Citation LeCompte C. Addressing social inequities to create a more just, fair and equitable world: a conversation with Nancy Krieger. Harvard Public Health Review. Spring 2014;1. […]
Edition 32 – Structural Racism as a Fundamental Cause of U.S. Health Disparities: A Critical Examination of Race in Orthopaedic Total Joint Replacement Surgery
Structural Racism as a Fundamental Cause of U.S. Health Disparities: A Critical Examination of Race in Orthopaedic Total Joint Replacement Surgery By Aliya G. Feroe, MPH Citation Feroe, A.G. Structural racism as a fundamental cause of U.S. health disparities: a critical examination of race in orthopaedic total joint replacement surgery. Harvard Public Health Review. Surgery […]
The War on Drugs & Racial Health Disparities in Incarceration By Kate Orlin, RN, CARN Citation Orlin K. The war on drugs and racial health disparities in incarceration. Harvard Public Health Review. 2021; 30. The War on Drugs & Racial Health Disparities in Incarceration The current opioid epidemic, without a doubt, highlights a tragic and […]
Edition 30 – Health Disparities in Genetic Testing for Patients Receiving Government-funded Insurance Benefits
Patients receiving public health insurance benefits receive lower-quality, less-reliable care compared to patients with private insurance benefits. T
The COVID-19 pandemic and its unequal impact on marginalized communities elucidate the complexity of health disparities.