Learn how the U.S. is taking on health inequities for POC during the vaccine rollout

Posted by Alyssa Malmquist on April 08, 2021

Research shows that people of color have been impacted disproportionately by the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about what initiatives are in place nationwide and in the state of Massachusetts to combat this disproportion during the vaccine rollout.

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Topics: racism, health inequity, health inequality

15 Instagram accounts to follow featuring some of today's top doctors

Posted by Alyssa Malmquist on April 06, 2021

Social media platforms like Instagram have given healthcare professionals a direct line to patients and broader reach to spread information about their specialty in real-time. So, even if you're new to Instagram or have been growing your account for a while, it might be a good idea to check out the profiles below to keep up-to-date on the latest trends happening in the medical field.

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3 ways providers can create a safe space for Autistic patients

Posted by Alyssa Malmquist on April 01, 2021

April is World Autism Acceptance Month, so throughout the month, we want focus on sharing stories and providing opportunities to increase understanding and acceptance of people with Autism, fostering worldwide support. Read on to learn about three practices every provider should know to help create a safe space for their Autistic patients.

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Topics: Behavioral health, Autism, Developmental Health, Neurological Health, Neurology

Racism is a health issue: hear from one provider about how this impacts patients

Posted by AllWays Health Partners Blog Team on March 30, 2021

We join our partners at Mass General Brigham in acknowledging that racism is a health issue. As a system, we stand strong against racism. Both our patients and our staff deserve better.

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Topics: racism

Context influences the decisions you make – whether you’re a homebuyer, a juror or a physician

Posted by The Conversation on March 25, 2021

Learn about context influences from Jennifer Trueblood Associate Professor of Psychology, Vanderbilt University and a cognitive scientist who studies the impact of contextual factors on human judgment and decision-making.

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