White Docs on the Short End of One Racial Disparity

August 10, 2020

In an accompanying commentary, Joel C. Cantor, ScD, and Dawne M. Mouzon, PhD, both of Rutgers University, were skeptical of the results, suggesting that the Stanford group perhaps didn’t dig deep enough.

“Prior work has shown that primary care physicians experience more burnout than specialists and that physicians of minority racial/ethnic groups are more likely to practice primary care,” they wrote. “Therefore, it could be that controlling for specialty in the multivariate model masks the extent of burnout experienced by physicians from underrepresented groups compared with their white counterparts.”

MedPage, August 7, 2020

Recent Posts

Sophia Jones, Committed to Cultural Competence

Sophia Jones, PhD, has been a Public Health part-time lecturer at the Bloustein School since 2016. She was recently featured on "Meet the People of Rutgers." Sophia Jones, Committed to Cultural Competence Jeff Arban/Rutgers University The Basics Title: Program...

Upcoming Events

Lunch and Learn: Health and Housing Equity Cluster

Bloustein School, Civic Square Building 33 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ, United States

The Rutgers Housing & Health Equity Cluster would like to invite you to join us for an in-person lunch and learn. All are welcome to bring lunch and eat during […]

Event Series CAREERS

Career Virtual Drop-ins

Virtual

Bloustein Career Development Specialists Cheryl Egan and Andrea Garrido will be in a Zoom Room on Monday's beginning January 22, 2024 (excluding holidays and spring break) to answer questions, provide […]