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Addressing Gaps in Research to Reduce Disparities and Advance Health Equity

19 October 2022

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) recently issued a report and taxonomy to assist the USPSTF in classifying and prioritizing the evidence gaps articulated for insufficient evidence statements and other critical prevention evidence gaps.

Diversifying Clinical Research to Improve Health Equity

07 June 2022

Improving representation in clinical research can be done through a recruitment strategy that includes direct outreach to facilities in underserved communities.

Lack of Equitable Representation in Clinical Trials Compounds Disparities in Health

01 June 2022

A new congressionally mandated report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine calls for urgent actions by federal agencies, Congress, journals, and others to improve the representation of racial and ethnic minority groups and other underrepresented populations in clinical trials and research.

Health Care Disparities in Radiology - A Review of the Current Literature

01 June 2022

Health care disparities exist in all medical specialties, including radiology. Raising awareness of established health care disparities is a critical component of radiology’s efforts to mitigate disparities.

Diversifying Clinical Research to Improve Health Equity

08 April 2022

An important and often overlooked mechanism to improve health equity is making clinical research more inclusive to ensure that potential improvements are realized across all population groups.

Recruitment of Women from Diverse Backgrounds is Key to Success

31 March 2022

The TMIST trial is more than halfway to its recruiting goal of 128,905 participants with more than 20 percent of participants in the US being Black.

Understanding and Pursuing Health Equity: Opportunities to Take Action

27 October 2021

This webinar recording on health equity and radiology is designed to provide radiologists with insight on how they can take action to ensure quality care for all members of their communities.