The tension between generalizability and inclusivity in population research

As I have continued my journey in epidemiologic research, one of my primary aims is to illuminate health disparities within my projects. Currently located in New York City, identifying diverse populations is hardly an issue. However, I have thought more about populations around the United States as I apply to PhD programs and consider the … Read more

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Are Not Just Buzzwords— Practical Steps for People Who Teach

Those of us who work in science, healthcare, and academia often find ourselves teaching others, whether or not we set out to be educators. Residents teach medical students. Nurses precept new nurses. Graduate students teach undergraduates. And faculty roles for researchers and clinicians also include teaching loads. Yet for many of us, our training did … Read more