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Behind the Scenes of Healthcare Disparities in IBD

Behind the Scenes of Healthcare Disparities in IBD

In 2018, I was doing on-site interviews for About IBD Podcast. I was attending a medical conference and there were several other patient influencers there as well. It was an opportunity to get a lot of audio recorded for production of several upcoming episodes.

I love recording in person. I’ve recorded in all sorts of spaces: show floors, hallways, and press rooms. I try to use my own hotel room, or even my basement, when I can and when it makes sense. I was conducting interviews in my room in Chicago when Shawntel Bethea and Brooke Abbott, of The Crazy Creole Mommy Chronicles, showed up at my door.

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Healthcare Disparities in IBD

New Podcast: Healthcare Disparities in IBD

Healthcare Disparities in IBD: How Race, Ethnicity, and Sexual Orientation Affect Access to Care in Inflammatory Bowel Disease

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New Podcast Brings Attention to the Disparities Experienced by People of Diverse Backgrounds Who Live With Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Patients, healthcare providers bring attention to the rising incidence of Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, across racial and ethnic groups

CONNECTICUT, Apr 5, 2021 — Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD, which includes Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and indeterminate colitis) affects people of all ethnic backgrounds.1 However, people from minority groups experience a disparity of care that can result in worse outcomes, including complications, lowered quality of life, and increased mortality.2

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