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Many racialized health inequities in the United States have existed for decades. Academic medicine is continuing to expand attempts to unequivocally identify systemic racism as a public health issue because it helps to restore health to racially minoritized populations. In the first place, health care, education, and research differs from a disparities perspective because it seeks to debunk the conditions of racism that result in inequitable health outcomes. Medical education, practice, and study are gradually shifting from a view of health inequalities to one of health equity. Three academics from the field of social justice education explore and categorize common writing styles of health disparities study in this book in order to demonstrate how a writing style of racial justice equity enhances equitable progress in equity.
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