The healthcare space isn’t a level playing field. Minority populations face complex challenges when it comes to accessing and receiving care, which is why April is designated as National Minority Health Month. In regards to inflammatory bowel disease, it’s not well known that Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis also affect minorities. Shawntel Bethea of Chronically Strong and Brooke Abbott of The Crazy Creole Mommy Chronicles discuss how they’ve been affected by healthcare disparity and offer concrete ideas on what can be done to start addressing healthcare gaps in their communities.
Learn more about National Minority Health Month here:
Find Shawntel Bethea of Crohn’s and Stuff on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Find Brooke Abbott on The Crazy Creole Mommy Chronicles blog, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Find Amber J Tresca at AboutIBD.com, Verywell, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.
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