24 Aug Black and Hispanic populations continue to be underrepresented when it comes to the number of graduate medical education trainees, according to a new analysis. The study raises questions as to whether having fewer physicians from underrepresented minorities contributes to the health disparities. 10 Feb The Latino physician workforce per capita has declined by 22 percent since , resulting in a shortage of doctors with the cultural familiarity necessary to. 12 Jan When Daisy Manzo was a little girl, she mastered the art of faking colds and stomachaches so she could be taken to the local clinic and see doctors at work. There, she ogled the medical professionals bringing comfort to the ill and injured, while dreaming of the day she'd wear a white coat of her own.
Prep Médico - Building the next generation of physicians to advance Latino health 10 Feb The Latino physician workforce per capita has declined by 22 percent since , resulting in a shortage of doctors with the cultural familiarity necessary to. A number of HDCA health policy committees bring together experts from across the United States to address important clinical and legislative issues facing physicians and patients. Seminars, workshops, Monthly Meetings, and programs, discussion of papers, and educational material arising from the work of the HDCA `s. 22 Sep In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month (through October 15, ), the UMHS Endeavour brings you a look at Latino doctors, scientists and educators that made a difference. Many (but not all) of the following are Latino Americans, but each one made significant contributions to.