University of Minnesota Medical School Professor Features in Health in All Matters Podcast

Rebecca Shlafer, PhD, MPH, was recently featured in the latest episode of Health in All Matters Podcast. As the pandemic moves across the U.S., it’s bringing into sharp relief the fact that certain populations are suffering far more than others. In this episode, they look at what particular challenges face the homeless, the incarcerated, people of color, and new immigrants as they try to stay safe. America’s inequities are undeniable.

Listen to this week's episode featuring UMN experts Rebecca Shlafer, Rachel Hardeman (SPH), Jaime Slaughter-Acey (SPH), and Serdar Mamedov (Extension).

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