Vital Village Networks at Boston Medical Center to Host Virtual 2022 National Community Leadership Summit
With 20% of high schoolers missing over 14 days of school on average yearly, medical intervention is critical to get kids re-engaged with learning.
BMC Labor & Delivery Director Testifies on Key Ways to Close Racial Gaps in Maternal Health Outcomes
Christina Yarrington, MD spoke at the state level about expanding maternal healthcare to protect Black and brown birthing people.
TEAM UP for Children is a unique model for Pediatrics departments that focuses on addressing systemic barriers to mental health care.
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BMC's Cooking for Recovery Program addresses nutrition, body image issues, and food access while providing space to make a home-cooked meal.
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With flavors from the African diaspora and an abundance of locally made products, Nubian Markets serves and supports its diverse community.
Recruiting more providers of color is one way to create stronger affinity and cultural context to make it easier for patients of color to open up.
One BMC nurse practitioner speaks on how she helps her patients weigh their social needs, MS status, and more to choose among MS treatment options.
The team at BMC's Grayken Center for Addiction is undertaking a major project to answer this question by learning from Black community members.
Cannabis has gotten more potent in the last 20 years, leading to new trends in children’s mental wellness.
A collaboration between Boston Medical Center and community groups shines a light on mistrust between marginalized groups and the healthcare system.