Social Mission in Health Professions Education
The August 2017 BFA newsletter focuses on denal health equity. It highlights 1) the divide between Americans who can afford dental coverage and those who cannot and 2) the division between dentistry and medicine. View newsletter
#WCW These women started a trend that set early Atlanta up for its present day status of political diversity and public health.
Civil Rights and Civic Health: African American Women’s Public Health Work in Early Twentieth-Century Atlanta on JSTOR https://t.co/rkqSahfvzJ
You may remember Dr. Leana Wen from our conference in April with her moving address on health inequity in Baltimore. Now she’s the next President of Planned Parenthood! https://t.co/ZWBqOZZi34
More students are coming from marginalized groups, but when they arrive they’re often told to hide what makes them different https://t.co/NYVkYs1rE8
“The key question is not whether community health workers are effective, but how we can make them as effective as possible.” https://t.co/jeEtbeBYiz
A Medical School Tradition Comes Under Fire For Racism https://t.co/aQUL9jmkdV