PGWL Publications

May 18, 2022

A call to action: A need for initiatives that increase equitable access to COVID-19 therapeutics

Structural racism is endemic in the United States and causes inequitable health outcomes that have been amplified throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.1,2 Non-Hispanic Black, Hispanic/Latino, and Native American individuals have been disproportionately affected, and are twice as likely to be hospitalized or die from COVID-19 or related morbidities when compared to White Americans

A call to action: A need for initiatives that increase equitable access to COVID-19 therapeutics

Mar 10, 2022

Diversifying the clinical pipeline: The necessity of diverse, equitable, and inclusive initiatives to advance the placement of underrepresented minoritized students in postgraduate pharmacy training

The necessity of diverse, equitable, and inclusive initiatives to advance the placement of underrepresented minoritized students in postgraduate pharmacy training

Diversifying the clinical pipeline: The necessity of diverse, equitable, and inclusive initiatives to advance the placement of underrepresented minoritized students in postgraduate pharmacy training

Mar 9, 2022

Brighter Horizons: The Necessity of Concentrated Sponsorship Targeted Toward Minoritized Pharmacy Students

Due to the effects of structural racism, disproportionately lower numbers of Black, Hispanic/LatinX, American Indian, and Alaska Native students pursue a career in pharmacy and successfully matriculate into the profession

Brighter Horizons: The Necessity of Concentrated Sponsorship Targeted Toward Minoritized Pharmacy Students