Community Engagement

On the heels of Minority Health Month, Lonzale Ramsey Jr, MD, reflects on what the month means to him and how he continues to support underrepresented communities through The Ladder.

Dr. Paul Stadem was a first-year resident when he met Harold Palm, a patient with a serious undiagnosed lung disorder.

Drs. Emily Onello and Joseph Bianco with the University of Minnesota Medical School talk about how extreme weather impacts human health.

Dr. Karen Schwartzbauer, a University of Minnesota Medical School graduate, expresses her enthusiasm about hosting students in her home as they travel for their residency interviews.

The first project to receive funding, led by Chinese American Chamber of Commerce - MN (CACC-MN), hosted two COVID-19 vaccination pop-up events in January targeting the Chinese American community, in order to “have a better and safer Lunar New Year Celebration.”

To recognize Women's History Month, two University of Minnesota Medical School faculty members discuss what this special month means to them and all the ways we should continue to support women in medicine.

Dr. Mark Rosenberg spoke with Discovery Magazine about the current state of Minnesota’s physician shortage and the steps that will need to be taken to fill those roles.

Mothers from diverse backgrounds did not feel in control, were unsure of how to follow public health guidance and felt disconnected from family and friends during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to University of Minnesota Medical School and School of Public Health research published in the Journal of Communication in Healthcare.

University of Minnesota Medical School students recognized a community need and initiated a solution. The MD Link is a new student-led organization that aims to provide early intervention for youth who are at higher risk of or are already experiencing homelessness, foster-care, sex trafficking or involvement in the juvenile justice system.