Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Physicians, researchers and other pacesetters describe some of the most promising pursuits in the medical field. In cancer, for instance: ‘Let’s kill the first cell, not the last cell.’…
Common conditions driving birth inequity
Untreated high blood pressure and anemia in pregnancy help explain why childbirth complications are more common in non-white populations, two studies led by Stanford Medicine researchers found.
An LGBTQ-inclusive data set
Previous large health studies didn’t collect sexual orientation and gender identity information. A Stanford Medicine study finds the All of Us Research Program a boon to LGBTQ health researchers, future health outcomes.
Stanford Med reaction to SCOTUS decision
'While the ruling changes the landscape of university admissions, it does not change our resolve or our values.'…
Tackling LGBTQ+ health disparities
Questions about sexual orientation, gender identity and chosen names will be included in Stanford Medicine’s We Ask Because We Care initiative aimed at eliminating health disparities.
Few receive genetic tests for cancer
A new study finds surprisingly low genetic testing rates for cancer patients who may benefit, especially among Asian, Black and Hispanic patients.
Forum rallies DEI agents for change
At the 2023 Stanford Medicine Diversity and Inclusion Forum, speakers emphasized communication that destigmatizes the patient, empowers frontline workers and supports non-English speaking patients.
State of Stanford Medicine
At the annual state of Stanford Medicine address, leaders unveiled plans to refresh the integrated strategic plan and to continue implementing the Commission on Justice and Equity’s recommendations.
REACH Initiative to expand equity, diversity
The Stanford School of Medicine launched the REACH Initiative to boost representation in medicine and reduce health inequities among minority populations.
Diabetes drug may treat heart disease
A genetic variant that inhibits alcohol metabolism harms blood vessel cells, but an antidiabetic medication may mitigate the harm, Stanford Medicine-led research has found.
Stanford Medicine on social determinants of health
The new issue of Stanford Medicine magazine features articles about the ways nonmedical factors can help or hinder our health and presents initiatives to promote health equity.
Diabetes expert training program
Stanford Medicine recently became the national center for a program to improve the diversity and increase the number of physician-scientists who are experts in Type 1 diabetes.
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