NIDDK: Designing Interventions that Address Structural Racism to Reduce Kidney Health Disparities

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NIDDK Virtual Meeting

Meeting Objectives:

  • Review the mechanisms by which structural racism (racism embedded within clinical, organizational, institutional, and societal practices and policies) contributes to health and health care disparities for patients along the continuum of kidney disease (CKD and CKD risk groups, dialysis care, and transplant care) and identify feasible areas for intervention.
  • Identify and describe meaningful interventions to address identified areas and discuss feasible approaches and/or study designs needed to evaluate potential interventions.