During the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, hate incidents were a significant and acute issue for marginalized racial and ethnic groups. These groups experienced higher odds of various acts of discrimination compared to white individuals, from receiving poorer service at restaurants or stores to being threatened and harassed.
A new study has determined that Seattle's Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Tax (SBT) has had numerous positive impacts since going into effect in 2018. A team of researchers from Public Health—Seattle & King County, the University of Washington, and Seattle Children’s Hospital Research Institute recently completed a multi-faceted evaluation of the tax’s effect on public health outcomes and economic impact.
Brandon Madrigal-Corona, a merit scholarship recipient from the American Health Information Management Association, shares why he chose to major in Health Informatics.
Jennifer Kim, a merit scholarship recipient from the American Health Information Management Association, shares why she chose to major in Health Informatics.