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SELECTED PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Hardeman, R.R., Medina, E.M. and Kozhimannil, K.B., 2016. Structural Racism and Supporting Black Lives—The Role of Health Professionals. New England Journal of Medicine, 375(22), pp.2113-2115.
Dyer L. Hardeman R, Wallace M, Theall K. Mass Incarceration and Public Health: The Association between Black Jail Incarceration and Adverse Birth Outcomes among Black Women in Louisiana. In Press: BMC Pregnancy Blewett LA, Hardeman RR, Winkelman TNA, Hest R. Patient Perspectives on the Cultural Competence of Health Care Providers in the United States, 2017. JAMA network open, 2(11), e1916105-e1916105.
Hardeman R, Karbeah J, Kozhimannil K. Applying a Critical Race Lens to Relationship Centered Care in Pregnancy and Childbirth: An Antidote to Structural Racism.
Hardeman R, Karbeah J, Almanza J, Kozhimannil KB. Roots Community Birth Center: A Culturally-Centered Care Model for Improving Value and Equity in Childbirth.
Alsan M, Wanamaker M, Hardeman RR. The Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis: Implications for Health Professionals. Forthcoming/In Press. Journal General Internal Medicine
SELECT NON-REFERRED COMMENTARIES, PAPERS & REPORTS
Kozhimannil KB, Almanza J, Hardeman R. Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Nursing Workforce: a Focus on Maternity Care. George Washington University Policy Brief. Forthcoming/In Press
Henning-Smith C, Hernandez A, Ramirez M, Hardeman R, Kozhimannil K. Dying Too Soon: County-level Disparities in Premature Death by Rurality, Race, and Ethnicity. University of Minnesota Rural Health Research Center Policy Brief, March 2019
Kozhimannil KB, Hardeman RR. Black Maternal Mortality on The Incidental Economist HealthCareTriage: https://theincidentaleconomist.com/wordpress/healthcare-triage-black- maternal-mortality/ 2018.
Kozhimannil KB, Hardeman RR, Polston R. Improving Equity in Birth Outcomes, a Community-based, Culturally-centered Approach. American Journal of Managed Care Blog on http://www.ajmc.com/contributor/katy-b-kozhimannil-phd-mpa. 2017-2018.
PODCASTS AND RECORDED TALKS
PODCASTS & RECORDED TALKS
"Dr. Rachel Hardeman is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Health Policy & Management at the University of Minnesota, School of Public Health. She focuses on conversations around racism in public health and is contributing to a new body of knowledge that will enrich our understanding of how racism plays out in healthcare and impacts outcomes."
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Rachel Hardeman Speaking on "Racism and Health Inequalities" The Colorado Trust. Nov 12, 2016
“Maternal Mortality in the United States: Future Research Directions” Day 2 Rachel Hardeman as Guest Speaker Rockville, Maryland | May 21, 2019
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES AVAILABLE AT THE LINKS BELOW
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