Articles for Tag: "Black History Month"

“Treat people for who they are and not for the color of their skin.” 
“Treat people for who they are and not for the color of their skin.”
Gina Gotiear-Meyer feels happy to see Black History Month recognized and recommends reading to learn more about Black history.
‘I wanted to make sure we took care of her outward appearance, too.’ 
‘I wanted to make sure we took care of her outward appearance, too.’
She wasn’t sure how to wash a patient’s hair so she asked her Black coworker for help.
Opening doors for people of color in health care administration 
Opening doors for people of color in health care administration
More than two decades ago, Dia Nichols vowed to make a difference. Now he’s living up to his promise.
‘You’re the surgeon?’ A Black doctor shares her experiences 
‘You’re the surgeon?’ A Black doctor shares her experiences
A general surgeon shares her passion, addressing health inequalities and celebrating Black History Month.
Infectious disease physician advocates for Black community 
Infectious disease physician advocates for Black community
Dr. Brian Temple discusses efforts to debunk vaccination mistruths, offers advice on people wanting to go into health care and shares his thoughts on Black history.
“I want them to know they can feel comfortable in my care.” 
“I want them to know they can feel comfortable in my care.”
Antonio Humphrey feels it’s important to be compassionate in understanding the struggles and extra miles the person next to you has went through.
“Where we were and how far we’ve come gives me hope.” 
“Where we were and how far we’ve come gives me hope.”
Through the bombs of war and the barriers in health care, Dr. Nkem Iroegbu has seen the battle for equality up close his entire life.