Community-Driven Solutions for Health: Lessons from the Matahari Women Workers’ Center Healing Justice Initiative

June 8th, 2023

By: Juliana Morris, MD, and Angella Foster


By Juliana Morris, MD, and Angella Foster

“I just know I need to leave the job,” Bruna (whose name has been changed to[...]

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The Future is Bright—Award Recipients Share Insights

May 24th, 2023

By: Katie Cavender, MBA


Primary care is the first point of care for many. It has a direct impact on health equity and is uniquely positioned to[...]

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Advancing Health Equity and Value-Based Care: A Mobile Approach

April 13th, 2023

By: William Zhuo-Ming Li


Mobile clinics in the US health system A major task of the U.S. health system is how to provide high-value care that is[...]

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Researching Organizational Structures of Primary Care

March 30th, 2023

By: Katie Cavender, MBA


How does a clinician’s stress affect patient care? How can we alleviate the crisis of physician burnout? What was[...]

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The Role of Advocacy in Primary Care

March 16th, 2023

By: Nate Plating


Primary care physicians are uniquely positioned to go beyond the immediate needs of their patients. Everything from[...]

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Air Pollution Is the New Radiation. It is Time to Act Like It.

March 9th, 2023

By: Jacob M. Hands, William M. Rienas, Brij Kathuria, SeungEun (Blaire) Lee, Renxi Li


By Jacob M. Hands, George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences (GWSMHS) student; William M.[...]

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Relating Place, History, and Neighborhood Context to Mental Health: A Baltimore Case Study

March 2nd, 2023

By: Emilie Gilde MPP, Elizabeth Murphy MPH, Karen Jiang MPH, Hannah De los Santos PhD


By Emilie Gilde, MPP, with The MITRE Corporation; Elizabeth Murphy, MPH, with The MITRE Corporation; Karen Jiang, MPH,[...]

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Seeking Medical Care in Fear: Transgender Millennials Open up About Fears, Mistreatment

February 14th, 2023

By: Bryan Cadel, JD


One of the most beautiful aspects of my practice as a mindfulness teacher and coach is that it takes me into a wide[...]

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Considerations for Primary Care Providers in the Diagnosis of Long COVID

January 28th, 2023

By: David Duong, MD, MPH


Data on long COVID is evolving, causing diagnosis and treatment to be complex. Primary care clinicians must consider[...]

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A Farewell Message from the Outgoing Editor-in-Chief

January 24th, 2023

By: Rebekah L. Rollston, MD, MPH


To our community of readers and contributors of the Harvard Medical School Primary Care Review:It has been the pleasure[...]

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