Jazmin Holdway is a communications specialist at Boston Medical Center. She holds a MS in Public Relations from Boston University.
A new study, focusing on pediatric ADHD patients of color, could help inform treatment strategies that are more effective for the specific needs of these children and families.
A new study of BMC patients shows that birthing people born in the U.S. have an increased risk of adverse perinatal outcomes compared to patients born outside of the country.
Caring for patients with long COVID symptoms requires the attention of many clinical departments to support the physical, mental, and social implications.
Guidelines recommend discontinuing cervical cancer screening at 65, but new research shows that the majority of women don't meet the criteria to stop.
A study reveals that people at a drug detoxification site were unaware of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, but were enthusiastic when informed.
In a new study, infectious disease physicians engaged patients with hepatitis C and substance use disorder on how to best integrate comprehensive treatment into their lives.
The impact of such a significant decrease in HCV testing and treatment affects both the individual patients and public health as a whole.
Provider recommendation style impacts the length of adolescent vaccine discussions and ultimate vaccination rates.
Transparency and culturally appropriate communication are key to counteracting the hesitancy that could diminish the impact of a COVID-19 vaccine.