Some Thoughts About Racial Disparities

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While updating my curriculum vitae, I came across an article a medical student and I published in 1973.1 She was doing an elective with me, and, because of her interest in epidemiology, we decided to look into the racial composition of our various clinical services. We were particularly interested in our shared impression that there were very few black people receiving services. I published a follow-up piece about a decade later that discussed the need for improved training in the cultural aspects of the delivery of psychiatric services, including clinically relevant pharmacogenomic differences (see Pharmacogenomics below).
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