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Diversifying Research Staff Is Linked to Critical Increase in Racially Diverse Clinical Trial Participants
New research out of Boston Medical Center sheds much-needed light on creating racially diverse research cohorts.
Research from Boston Medical Center shows a 21% reduction in overdose deaths in communities that address social needs as a part of post-overdose outreach programs.
Racism and ableism together create greater health disparities and call for stronger equitable practices that increase access and reduce costs.
There is major opportunity to reach college-aged people — who statistically have a higher risk of HIV — with PrEP information and prescription access.
New research out of Boston Medical Center hopes to set a more equitable standard of care and improve communication among labor and delivery teams.
These findings raise a need for reforming harm reduction education to include information about stimulant use.
TEAM UP for Children is a unique model for Pediatrics departments that focuses on addressing systemic barriers to mental health care.
People with substance use disorder make up a disproportionate amount of incarcerated people. Effectively treating this population is key to curbing overdose deaths.
A decade after the tragedy at the Boston Marathon finish line, BMC staff share memories of pain and resilience from the day.
Non-fatal opioid overdose is a leading risk for overdose death. Post-overdose outreach programs offer an opportunity to connect to help.