Racism Tied to Later Life Cognitive Dysfunction

It is generally understood that racism, whether structural or personal, harms the well-being of the individual who experiences it. It has harmful health effects, and it contributes to ethnic inequality. New evidence shows that the experience of racism is associated with worse cognitive function in later life. That was the fundamental message behind two studies … Read more

Addressing Disparities at Psychiatry’s Biggest Meeting

This year’s 2022 American Psychiatric Association (APA) annual meeting was the first since the pandemic to be in-person. It had a virtual component also, but it wasn’t live, so the meeting wasn’t a truly hybrid meeting. The virtual attendees were given access for 1 week in early June, a few weeks after the live meeting. … Read more