Let’s Ban the Phrase “Social Issues”: Social Justice and Advanced Heart Failure Therapies

Everyone on our unit seems to know Tina. Tina is a 50-year-old Black woman. She is single, has two kids and does not have stable housing, currently living with an abusive man in one of the poorest neighborhoods in Baltimore. She has nonischemic cardiomyopathy and has been admitted numerous times to the inpatient Cardiology service. … Read more

Taking a public stand for social justice

My heart is broken after the recent events and the loss of George Floyd’s life in Minneapolis, my beloved home over the last couple of years, along with many other recent tragedies that highlight the racial injustices in the United States. Like many, I hope that these events will lead to fundamental changes and improvements … Read more