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Health Inequities Literature

Health Inequities Literature 

Resources that document the differences in health status and differences in access to quality health services that exist between African-American and white people in the United States.

1. Health Status Inequities

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Writings that document the poorer health status of African Americans, both generally and for some specific health conditions. This folder also contains writings that seek to explain why these differences in health status exist.
Item Name Posted By Date Posted
CDC Health Disparities and Inequalities Report Link  more ] Administration 3/11/2016
How Cause of Death Contribute to Racial Differeren Link  more ] Administration 3/11/2016
Mapping Life Expectancy Link  more ] Administration 3/11/2016
Deaths: Final Data for 2010 Link  more ] Administration 3/11/2016
Child health in the United States Link  more ] Administration 3/11/2016
Chronic physical health conditions among children  Link  more ] Administration 3/11/2016
Impact of Racism on Health and Well-Being  Link  more ] Administration 3/11/2016
Why Genes Don’t Count Link  more ] Administration 3/11/2016

2. Healthcare Access Inequities

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Writings that document the differences in health status and differences in access to quality health services that exist between African-American and white people in the United States.
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Key Facts: Race Ethnicity and Health Care PDF (1.68 MB) Administration 2/16/2016

3. Healthcare Quality Inequities

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Scholarly articles as well as some literary works and works of journalism that provide evidence for the argument developed in the policy. These articles can be used for readings attached to a course.
Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Websites: Racial bias in health care.doc DOCX (13.11 KB) Administration 2/16/2016
IOM Report: Unequal Treatment PDF (14.26 MB) Administration 2/16/2016

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