A stakeholders meeting was scheduled to refine the questions from the pilot survey. Preliminary results of the survey were presented and new insights on how to polish the questions were discussed with the team.
August 1st, 2016
Harvard Catalyst Grant received to study Gender Minorities
September 1st, 2016
May 2, 2017
May 1, 2017
HER lab members attended and presented at the conference at the University of Pennsylvania in June.
Health Equity Research Lab
1035 Cambridge Street, 2nd Floor
Cambridge, MA 02141
June 15th, 2016
Dr. Nicholas Carson and Dr. Ana Progovac were each recipients of Harvard Catalyst Enrichment Awards from the Health Disparities Research Program. Congratulations!
Health Equity Research Lab Director, Ben Cook, received the Young Mentor Award from Harvard Medical School's Office for Diversity Inclusion and Community Partnership in recognition of his mentoring of students, clinicians, and researchers in health care disparities research. The ceremony will be held on June 12, 2017.
PCORI Project Launched
The PCORI project "Improving Methods of Incorporating Racial/Ethnic Minority Patients' Treatment Preferences into Clinical Care" has begun. We are currently working with our community partners to develop the conjoint analysis survey.
NEWS AND EVENTS
August 1oth, 2016
A recent publication by Dr. Ben Cook and Timothy Creedon was featured in The Atlantic.
PCORI meetings: discussing the pilot survey
Members of the HER lab research team presented at the Academy Health Research Meeting in Boston this past June.
We are proud to have received funding from Harvard Catalyst to continue to address and identify Gender Minorities' health disparities.
Harvard Catalyst Enrichment Awards
HER lab members presented at the NIHM Mental Health Services Research Conference 2016.
June 26th, 2016
Studying Gender Minority Health Care Disparities
Dr. Ana Progovac shared with Harvard Medical School and Cambridge Health Allliance colleagues about her current projects on "Identifying Gender Minority Patients’ Health and Healthcare Needs Using Administrative Claims Data in a National Sample of Medicare Beneficiaries".