Resources to help you combat health and health care inequity, as both practitioners and citizens.
Please note that this is not an exhaustive list, nor does it represent the entirety of the NECO Library's holdings on these topics. If you have suggestions for appropriate resources to add to this guide, please email email@example.com.
Dr. Crystal Lewandowski's ELASTC presentation.
APHA webinar (name and email required to watch recording)
Episode 10 of InsideVision, a weekly live streaming talk show aimed at eye care professionals and the vision care community worldwide.
A collection of articles from the New England Journal of Medicine "with implications for improving patient care, professional training, research, and public health."
An episode of Charged: Stories from the Women Leading Health Care, available on Apple Podcasts.
Article in the Washington Post written by Dr. Khama Ennis, chief of emergency medicine at Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton, Massachusetts.
June 15, 2020 article from Boston Magazine
Please take a look at our curated article collection in PubMed.
The mission of the National Optometric Association is to "advance the visual health of minority populations."
The mission of the National Optometric Student Association is to "to advance the visual health of minority and under-served communities by investing in the success of compassionate students who are eager to serve these communities."
"A medical education non-profit based on the belief that all people deserve access to equal, unbiased care and equal health outcomes."
"Examining the connections between race, racism and health in the United States."
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