Brigham researchers lay the groundwork for equity in telehealth.
A vigil for Black lives at the Brigham in 2020 drew hundreds in the community to reflect on racial injustice and spark change.
The Skin of Color Dermatology Program pays special attention to the skincare needs of patients of color.
A pilot project at the Brigham is educating clinicians on disparities in access to cardiology services.
Learning from the past, and present, is key to achieving justice in health for all.
A Brigham-run wellness center has become a platform for health education and community empowerment.
Hospital employees reflect on developing a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment for all.
In the Racial Reconciliation and Healing Project, local teens explore the health and social impacts of racism.
Throughout the United States, deep and long-standing health inequities exist along socioeconomic and racial lines.
[Editor’s note: This article was expanded on June 15, 2023, to include two new sections: “Tackling inequities in transplant wait lists” and “A different biomarker.