Stories with tag: "Health Equity"

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Mental & Behavioral Health

Reflections on Trauma-Informed Care

Trauma-informed care transforms patient care and the providers who deliver it.

Black female care provider with hand on shoulder of female patient of color
COVID-19

Rush Collaborates With Malcolm X College to Train COVID-19 Vaccine Ambassadors

Free course offered to Chicago community members in English and Spanish

Rush Collaborates With Malcolm X College to Train COVID-19 Vaccine Ambassadors
Community

Rush University Faculty Member Presents at Puerto Rican/Latinx Health Summit

Lisa Sanchez-Johnsen, PhD, speaks about her research around Puerto Rican-Centered Obesity during event

Rush University Faculty Member Presents at Puerto Rican/Latinx Health Summit
LGBTQ+

Rush Affirm Center Condemns Arkansas’ Bill Against Gender-Affirming Care

Recent legislation is a direct assault on an already-marginalized community

Rush Affirm Center Condemns Arkansas’ Bill Against Gender-Affirming Care

'The White Guys' vs. 'The Janitors'

My life-changing encounter with racial microaggression

Jerenda Bond, PT, DPT, Rush University, Chicago, Illinois
Pregnancy & Childbirth

Focusing on Black Maternal Health

Achieving Black maternal health requires health care to value Black moms

Black Mamas Matter
Community

Giving Tuesday Feeds More Than 1,000 People

Donations to One Box, One Community delivered nutritious food to families in need during the holidays

One Box Recap 2021
Community

Live Healthy Chicago Community Grants Available to Chicago Nonprofits Addressing COVID-19

The collective seeks to distribute $2.9 million in community-based grants over the next two years

West Side Food Pantry
Public Health

Making Mental Well-Being Top of Mind

Woman's Board gift to bring mental health service to underserved Chicago students.

Woman's Board school-based health gift
Pregnancy & Childbirth

Study Seeks to Reduce Barriers to Breastfeeding Premature Babies

Aloka Patel, MD, is part of a team leading a controlled trial to test effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of intervention to increase breastfeeding in premature infants.
Aloka Patel