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Common screening tools lack the cultural competence to effectively diagnose and help Black women who are living with eating disorders.
Should We Still Be Saying "Food Desert"?
By reframing how we think about food insecurity, including using the terms "food desert" and "food swamp," we can create more equitable food systems.
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Boston Medical Center learned crucial lessons about public health messaging during community conversations about the COVID-19 vaccine and pandemic.
Thea James on How Her Rotation in Haiti Changed her Medical Career
On a panel of Black leaders in Boston, BMC's Thea James shared a story about a patient who taught her about understanding and trust in healthcare
Community Is Critical in Stemming the Opioid Overdose Crisis
"It's frustrating… we have the tools to be able to offer people what they need but…we have systems that are restricting the…care that people deserve."
Pre-Paid Cell Phones Break Barriers to Healthcare Engagement for People with Addiction
With the rise of telehealth, addiction experts must ensure that patients don't suffer because of a lack of stable cell phone access.
Fathers Who Lost Partners to Pregnancy-Related Deaths Are Dedicating Their Lives to Birth Justice
In honor of Shamony Gibson and Amber Rose Isaac, their survivors spoke at BMC's Vital Village Networks event about Black fatherhood and advocacy.
A Free App Breaks Barriers to Prescribing Medication for OUD
With the removal of the X-waiver, more doctors and nurses can prescribe buprenorphine to patients with addiction. This BMC tool can help.
Black Women Are Bearing the Burden of Abortion Bans
New research from Boston Medical Center indicates that reproductive healthcare providers must acknowledge racism to break down mistrust.
Haitian Migrants Face Unique Challenges Finding U.S. Housing
Haitian people continue to be displaced by natural and geopolitical forces, creating a perfect storm of people turning to U.S. ERs seeking shelter.
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