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What is Spiritual Distress? Once Identified, Chaplaincy Could Be a Bridge to Mental Health Treatment
Integrating spiritual care into primary care addresses spiritual distress in immigrant and refugee patients, study finds.
Training program extends education to skilled nursing facilities to reduce discrimination and increase acceptance rates of patients with SUD.
Community Insights Survey Debunks Three Misconceptions About Immigrant and Refugee Health Care Engagement
The Immigrant & Refugee Health Center, the Immigrant Task Force, and NRC Health team up to survey BMC patients who were born outside the U.S.
A new partnership between BMC and Birthing Cultural Rigor, LLC aims to build understanding of racism in Black birthing patients’ care and experience.
New research shows Telehealth has become a "double-edged sword" when it comes to health equity and access to technology.
As overdoses become leading cause of pregnancy-related mortality, new fellowship training brings specialists to Obstetric-Addiction Medicine.
How BMC is addressing the gap of living donor kidney transplantation amongst Black Americans.
Low-barrier, street-level clinic uses contingency management model that utilizes incentives to promote cessation or reduction of stimulant use.
Recently published book co-edited by pediatric neurologist spotlights importance of practicing compassion, empathy, and humanism in pediatric care.
Black women have a higher risk of MS than white women, while Latinx and Asians are less likely to develop the disease.
Child life specialist reflects on the importance of cultural competence for both the child and their family.
Boston Medical Center physician and researcher details four ways he remains involved during the war in Ukraine