When the world of dentistry came to a halt

August 28, 2020. The Washington Daily News. By Rachel Cantrell. Rachel Cantell, 2020 J. Bradley Wilson Schweitzer Fellow As a rising third-year dental student, my world was shifting 180 degrees.…

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Oral health matters for vulnerable populations

September 6, 2020. The Daily Reflector. By Victoria Long. Victoria Long, 2021-21 J. Bradley Wilson Schweitzer Fellow “Only brush the teeth you want to keep” is common advice that dental…

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Social Workers Fill the Patient Care Gap

July 31, 2020 BY THOMAS BUNNING Thomas Bunning2019-20 NC Schweitzer Fellow For all our talk about health care, health care providers too often get caught up in treating diseases instead…

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Female Athletics in the Wake of COVID-19

July 21, 2020. By Emma Astrike-Davis. Emma Astrike-Davis2019-20 NC Fellow It’s easy to imagine the frustration of millions athletes and sports fans right now. The spring season has ground to…

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Barriers to therapy must be lifted

The Daily Reflector, June 7, 2020. By Monique Duru. Monique Duru, 2019-20 J. Bradley Wilson Schweitzer Fellow African Americans, people of African descent, Afro-Latinos, black people. Regardless of what you…

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Health care racism must be addressed

The Daily Reflector. May 31, 2020. By Brittanie Height. Racism and health care may seem like unrelated matters that are no more than issues on political pundits’ lists of debate…

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The Next Health Care Crisis

Medium. Duke University. April 16, 2020. By Spencer Chang. While the COVID-19 pandemic has much of the world focused on emergency and ICU medicine — rightly so, there is another…

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