Research

When Emergency Rooms Turn Blue

While many study participants described professional interactions with police in emergency room settings, others noted concerns about officers interrupting care and breaching patient privacy rights.

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Coping After Crisis

Five years after the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, residents show high rates of post-traumatic stress disorder and depression.

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Isabel Morgan

Isabel Morgan is the director of Birth Equity Research Scholars at the National Birth Equity Collaborative. She is also a PhD candidate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, studying infertility epidemiology and equitable access to fertility treatment.

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Color Coding Breast Cancer Outcomes

Women living in yellow or red areas on the HOLC’s redlining maps experienced poorer health outcomes than those living in green or blue areas.

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Kimberlee Hartzler-Weakley and Kayla McKean

Kimberlee Hartzler-Weakley, Ph.D., M.S., and Kayla McKean, M.Ed, lead a team developing an online sex education program targeted towards youth with higher rates of risky sexual behavior.

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Seye Abimbola

Dr. Seye Abimbola is a health systems researcher from Nigeria, editor-in chief of BMJ Global Health, and senior lecturer at the University of Sydney, Australia. He teaches and studies health system governance and knowledge practices in global health. 

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Outlawing Immigrants and Alienating Health

Researchers assessed how state-based immigration criminalization policies influenced how Latinx and Asian Pacific Islander citizens and noncitizens rated their health.

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Welfare Stigma

Mothers who experienced welfare stigma reported poor health.

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Malignant Debt

Cancer treatment costs, even for those with health insurance, leave many patients with staggering debt and difficult choices.

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