Diversity and inclusion: How can ob/gyns ensure these practices are being implemented from the top down?August 6th 2020
When asked how ob/gyns can make sure diversity and inclusion practices happen in their own practices, Drs. Vanessa Rogers and Shawna Nesbitt of UT Southwestern made it simple.
Overcoming racism and unconscious bias with Drs. Vanessa Rogers and Shawna NesbittAugust 3rd 2020
Senior Editor Angie DeRosa and Associate Editor Lindsey Carr sat down with Drs. Vanessa Rogers and Shawna Nesbitt to discuss racism and unconscious bias in ob/gyn practice.
Structural racism and health disparities in AmericaJuly 28th 2020
Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist Dr. Washington Hill shares his perspective with Senior Editor Angie DeRosa on the existence and impact of structural racism in America's healthcare system.
Video: Racial justice and health equity in healthcare with Dr. Washington HillJuly 21st 2020
Contemporary OB/GYN Senior Editor Angie DeRosa interviews Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist Dr. Washington Hill to get his perspective on what practicing ob/gyns can do to address implicit bias and racism in the health care system.
ICYMI: COVID-19 in Pregnancy SeriesJune 4th 2020
This four-part video interview series explores COVID-19 in pregnancy-including the ways in which it is affecting life and changing the world of obstetrics and gynecology as we know it-and shares things our experts are seeing on the front lines.
Video Series: Dr. Adams-Waldorf on COVID-19 in pregnancyMay 7th 2020
In this video interview, Senior Editor Angie DeRosa talks with Dr. Kristina Adams-Waldorf, Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Adjunct Professor in Global Health at the University of Washington (UW) School of Medicine in Seattle.
Video Series: Dr. Dotters-Katz weighs in on COVID-19 in pregnancyMay 5th 2020
Dr. Sarah Dotters-Katz is a maternal-fetal medicine specialist and obstetrician and gynecologist at Duke Health in Durham, N.C. One of her research interests is clinical infectious diseases and how they impact pregnancy.