Advances editors seeking perspectives from individuals who face barriers to health care
The upcoming issue of Advances magazine will feature the work of alumni who have experience working with or for people who face economic, cultural, psychological, and/or legal barriers to health care. Often called the “underserved,” these individuals can include the urban and rural poor, sexual minorities, immigrants, undocumented workers, certain children, and those with mental illness.
In addition to alumni perspectives, Advances editors would like to speak with individuals actually facing difficulties accessing health care. If you can help in these efforts, please email Kris Stouffer at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 24.