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Missouri is one of the deadliest states for giving birth. Its abortion ban may make that worse
GWMI member Julia Strasser shares her insights on the impact of Missouri's abortion ban on maternal care. "When you restrict access to abortion, you’re also restricting access to these other services that are related to pregnancy care," she notes. "That can include abortion care, but it can also include management of miscarriage or early pregnancy loss, and can include delivery." Strasser highlights how abortion bans can have a ripple effect on the broader field of reproductive care and the potential consequences for healthcare providers. Read more about her thoughts in this NPR article
How one medical school became remarkably diverse — without considering race in admissions
Recent GWMI paper: " Revolutionizing Health Professions Admissions to Achieve an Inclusive Workforce" with the team from Center for a Diverse Healthcare Workforce was featured in this article from statnews.
Dir. of Infant Research, Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders Institute and GWMI member Ashley Darcy-Mahoney was spotlighted in "Student organization prepares plans to promote autism awareness, research" article from the GW Hatchet.
Dr. Patricia Pittman was quoted in the article "Medical Practices Face Widespread Staff Shortages" by Renal and Urology News. According to her, “On the supply side, there are pressures created by the continuation of a volume driven payments system, combined with just enough value driven payment that quality reporting requirements are experienced as an additional unfair burden.” said Dr. Pittman. Read full article here.