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Immigration and the Provider-Patient Relationship

May 5, 2021

By Christine Mendoza Immigrants are deeply embedded in the fabric of the United States, and North Carolina is no exception. As of 2019, approximately 884,000 people in NC (or 8.4% of the total population) are foreign-born, of which most were … Continued

The Butterfly Effect

May 4, 2021

By Ellie Henry Gender inequality is visible in every facet of society. It is most obvious in cases of wage gaps or employment discrimination, but it is also present in the more subtle aspects of life, such as political representation … Continued

The Transformation of the Patient-Provider Relationship

May 3, 2021

By Nathan Webb Medicine is a forever-changing practice. Originally, it was a luxury, existing as a novel concept which the earliest humans saw as an interference of God’s will. Slowly, heeling became an expected commodity to more developed societies. The … Continued