Education is one of the 3E’s—along with environment and economics—that underlie racial health disparities in this country today. Uzima is working to manipulate the 3E’s in ways that secure positive health outcomes for Black communities. By serving as a reliable source of accurate information, Uzima can help Black communities make informed healthcare decisions and take ownership of their health.
Dr. K's Voice
Over the last five years, the resurgence of movies and plays about the great Nina Simone made me critically examine this classically trained pianist who dared to challenge all norms
In this podcast, DrK reviews the groundbreaking book by healthcare attorney Daniel E. Dawes and provides additional context on the difficult path toward equitable healthcare in the United States.
Dr Kendra Outler recently spoke with Dr Vanessa Freeman, a psychiatrist in the United States Army, in the What the Doctor Say with DrK?, the Uzima Health and Wellness podcast.
Dr Kendra Outler recently spoke with Medical Doctor Jacquelyn Seymour Turner, Professor of Surgery at Tulane University School of Medicine, on the What the Doctor Say with Dr K podcast.
In this panel discussion with DrK, the group discusses the maternal health crisis that Black women face. The panel includes Dr Myrna Alexandra Nickens, Dr Michelle Owens, and host Tamara
Colorectal Cancer – Your genes matter March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, and Dr Kendra Outler wants to remind you that your genes matter in the fight against the disease.
What is IBD? Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) describes two conditions that cause gastrointestinal (GI) tract inflammation: Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Crohn’s disease can involve any part of the GI
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