This journal article by Bambra et al. explores the gender health paradox of COVID-19 through biological, social, economic and public policy explanations.
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This webinar from Making Health Happen explores the operations of the equity officer role in Washington County, Oregon, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Digital health equity and COVID-19: The innovation curve cannot reinforce the social gradient of health
This article by Crawford and Serhal argues that the rapid implementation of digital health innovations during COVID-19 has resulted in health inequities, including lack of access and barriers to digital health literacy.
COVID-19 vaccine acceptance among an online sample of sexual and gender minority men and transgender women
This journal article by da Silva et al. presents the findings from a study investigating the prevalence of COVID-19 testing, diagnosis, and vaccine acceptance among sexual and gender minority people in the United States.
These webinar series from Research Evaluation Data Ethics 4 Black Lives (REDE4 Black Lives) includes recorded discussions on race-based data collection and use at various points of the COVID-19 pandemic. It includes discussions on population health analytics, community health, data literacy, policing and artificial intelligence. The series highlights limitations, challenges and concerns around race-based data collection in public health pandemic planning and response.