Abstract: "Racism in medicine has consistently led to negative healthcare outcomes for people of colour, and racial bias is now littered through the healthcare decision-making algorithms clinicians use to support individual patient care. But what if artificial intelligence could be the key to fixing racial bias in medicine, instead of encoding it? Chloe Kent takes a closer look."
Abstract: "Whether you call it activism or advocacy, it’s nothing new for nurses. Since the beginning of the profession, nurses have been standing up for others who may not be able to stand up for themselves, giving voices to those who aren’t being heard and working to effect positive changes in health and well-being. Nurses advocate for their patients, their communities and society in general.
Nursing alumni from Binghamton University’s Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences are no different. Here are a few of their stories."