Diversity in Medicine
A U.K. survey shed light on the lingering effects of long COVID on more than 600 chronically ill and disabled doctors with the condition.
Only a small percentage of eligible patients participate in clinical trials in the first place, and very few come from racial and ethnic minority...
Fewer than 13% who are eligible get CT screening. Results highlight the need for education, Medicare coverage, and recognition of stigma’s role,...
Both structural racism and problems with access are likely behind the low rates of follow-up care.
Hispanic patients were significantly more likely to consistently report lower access to MS-specific care and feeling less heard by their health...
Measurement error may be the culprit in underdiagnosing obstructive sleep apnea in Black patients.
Outcomes Research in Review
Whole-exome sequencing reveals cancer risk mutations in patients that would not have qualified for testing based on current guidelines.
“The most important message is to look at preexisting cardiovascular disease, oncology diagnosis, and be aware of existing disparities in a...
‘If we make decisions about diabetes testing based on weight, we will miss some people from racial and ethnic minority groups who are developing...