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Breaking the Cycle of Health Inequities

October 6, 2022

Growing up, Rady School of Management alumna Katie Baca-Motes (MBA, ‘09) saw firsthand the devastating impact of limited health care access on her Hispanic father’s side of the family.

UC San Diego Alumna Takes the Lead in Providing Care to the Underserved

November 15, 2022

A social justice warrior who loves biology, nature and teaching, alumna Kristin Brownell MD/MPH is a core faculty member at the Family Health Centers of San Diego. She is dedicated to improving primary care for refugees, immigrants and other underserved groups.

The Impact of COVID-19 on San Diego’s Refugee Community

April 22, 2021

…the UC San Diego Health mobile vaccine clinic in City Heights. The Impact of COVID-19 on San Diego’s Refugee Community When COVID-19 officially became a pandemic in March 2020, the world and life as we knew it changed. Grocery store shelves emptied. Shelter-at-home orders were given. Fears about a previously…

Training Individuals to Work in their Communities to Reduce Health Disparities

February 7, 2023

Community health workers training program aims to increase access to health care services in underserved neighborhoods

Triton Leaders Conference to Address Inequities in Health Care

January 17, 2023

With dynamic keynote speakers and informative workshop sessions, the upcoming Triton Leaders Conference, “Building an Equitable Future in Health Care,” scheduled for Feb. 3-4, is sure to deliver an impactful weekend of advocacy and empowerment for both on-campus attendees and virtual participants.

The Unequal Spread of COVID-19

November 12, 2020

…the county to receive care, sometimes via public transportation. Many of these locations are also food deserts with limited access to affordable and nutritious food, affecting the health of residents. Maria Rosario (Happy) Araneta, professor of family medicine and public health at UC San Diego School of Medicine. “Your zip…

Speak Your Truth

June 7, 2018

…actively challenges stigma and inequity, she seeks to empower the class of 2018 to become bridges of inclusion and support for those who are excluded by injustice. “My message to graduates is: take action by interrupting discrimination and exclusion, especially if you aren’t harmed directly by the impact, because complacency…

The Doctor is In: Meet California’s Next Wave of Dedicated Physicians

March 16, 2023

On Match Day, March 17, members of this year’s School of Medicine graduating class will discover where they will serve their residencies. The next generation of California physicians is nothing if not passionate about leading a new era in medicine.

Disparities in United States COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

July 28, 2022

Health care facilities in Black metropolitan counties, Hispanic rural counties and hardest-hit counties were less likely to administer COVID-19 vaccines during initial rollout, UC San Diego study finds.

Leading the Way to Health Equity

December 6, 2022

Researchers from a broad range of fields at the University of California San Diego are making waves as they push the boundaries of science and medicine to develop groundbreaking, real-world solutions to longstanding health inequities.

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