National Academy of Medicine

Health Inequities, Social Determinants, and Intersectionality

In this essay, we focus on the potential and promise that intersectionality holds as a lens for studying the social determinants of health, re
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Expulsion and Suspension in Early Education as Matters of Social Justice and Health Equity

Scientists have a central role in addressing the challenges that face society. The primary purpose of research
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Challenges and Promise of Health Equity for Native Hawaiians

Health equity, the attainment of the highest level of health for all people, is yet to be realized for many populations in the United States.
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Real-World Evidence to Guide the Approval and Use of New Treatments

Research regarding new treatments (drugs, biological products, and high-risk devices) often begins with a broad assessment of disease
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I Felt Alone but I Wasn’t: Depression is Rampant Among Doctors in Training

TW: suicide The National Academy of Medicine Perspective, Breaking the Culture of Silence on Physician Suicide, brought together
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