Talking Health Care for LGBTQ Older Adults with U of M
March 22, 2023
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) older adults face unique challenges in today’s healthcare ecosystem.
Meeting the Needs of Diverse Communities
February 24, 2023
Culturally competent care leads to improved health outcomes, patient safety, and reduced care disparities.
Community Health Matters: CUHCC Coordinates Care for Incoming Afghan Refugees
January 6, 2023
CUHCC has played a key role in providing health care to newly arrived Afghan refugees.
Talking cervical cancer awareness and health equity with Masonic Cancer Center's Dr. Rahel Ghebre
January 5, 2023
For Cervical Health Awareness Month this January, Rahel Ghebre, MD, MPH, sat down with us to answer a handful of questions about cervical cancer.
Global to Local: Empowering Youth to Be Health Leaders
January 4, 2023
WE-HEAL seeks to understand barriers to women’s health care and the role young people play.
A Stronger Dose of Community Engagement
December 22, 2022
While in CTSI's A-PReP program, scholar Tou Thao supported the research of Dr. Robert Straka in order to find unique genetic qualities of Hmong communities to help them receive better healthcare.
Top 10 Stories of 2022
December 21, 2022
Here are our top 10 most-read stories from the Office of Academic Clinical Affairs in 2022.
Research brief: Racial disparities in surgery recommendations for patients with brain tumors
December 14, 2022
University of Minnesota Medical School researchers found that a patient’s race may influence recommendations for surgical removal of brain tumors.
Three University-Community Grantee Teams to Address Local Health Equity
September 27, 2022
The Community Engagement to Advance Research and Community Health (CEARCH) office has named three new collaborative teams as recipients of the Community Partnership Grant.
Radical Listening to Reduce Stroke Disparities
September 13, 2022
Black Americans are twice as likely to experience a stroke and face worse outcomes compared to their white peers. But a new project is working to change that.