The Disparity Reducing Advances Project is strategically working to
improve health outcomes for low-income and minority populations by researching biomonitoring technologies, and implementing patient
What is the most effective way to translate research findings, such as those summarized in the Institute of Medicine report Unequal Treatment: Confronting Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care and other published studies, into practice- and behavior altering information and interventions?
In 2005, the New Jersey Legislature passed a law requiring the New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners (NJBME), "in consultation with the Commission on Higher Education, to prescribe requirements, by regulation, for physician training in cultural competency."
Projects like the documentary, UNNATURAL CAUSES … is Inequality Making Us Sick? can serve as an excellent starting-off point from which we can collectively begin to address disparities in health and healthcare one person, one family, one organization, and one community at a time.