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Count the Costs: Tulane faculty focus research efforts on improving equity in primary care access
The color of a person’s skin can often influence the level of healthcare they receive. A new Tulane University study identifies the barriers patients from marginalized communities face when they seek primary care appointments and how health care providers can address these inequities. Tulane...
10/28/2021 - 10:00 - Rebecca O'Malley Gipson

Blanca Delgado with Asociatión Benéfica PRISMA, Jessica Brewer, a SPHTM alumna and was a Fulbright Scholar at the time of the study, and Rafael​​​​​​​ Duran and Nelly Briceño with Asociatión Benéfica PRISMA review maps of Lima, Peru.  A Tulane team of researchers examined the relationship between...

10/26/2021 - 11:00 - Christopher Taylor

Christopher Taylor served as a Health Volunteer in Senegal from 2016 to 2019. Prior to serving, he received a bachelor’s degree in French and with a minor in community health from Portland State University. He is currently a Coverdell Fellow pursuing a master’s program in public health/...

10/25/2021 - 10:00 - Tulane SPHTM Communications Staff

Dr. Melissa Fuster has written a book entitled “Caribeños at the Table: How Migration, Health, and Race Intersect in New York City,” from the University of North Carolina Press. The book addresses issues pertinent to public health and nutrition, focusing on Hispanic Caribbean communities in New...

10/22/2021 - 09:45 - Lance Sumler

Having “the talk” is a task shouldered by millions of Black families each year as parents try to protect their children from racist experiences, including the possibility of being unfairly profiled by the police. What would happen if critical and honest conversations about race, racism and...

10/19/2021 - 08:45 - Keith Brannon

Tiong Aw, PhD, assistant professor of Environmental Health Sciences at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, analyzes water samples for viruses using a portable DNA sequencer. Around 34 billion gallons of water go down the drain every day. Could some of it be recycled...

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