Journal of Transcultural Nursing Features Podcast Discussion with Dr. Lauren Clark
Jul 13, 2014 2:23 PM
In the April 2014 edition of the Journal of Transcultural Nursing, an article by Dr. Lauren Clark titled “A Humanizing Gaze for Transcultural Nursing Research Will Tell the Story of Health Disparities” is featured. The article reviews the innovative ways to look at health disparities across diverse cultures, without dehumanizing the patient. In addition, a podcast discussion with Dr. Clark and the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Transcultural Nursing Dr. Norma Cueller is also available. Both the article and the podcast will be featured in the forthcoming ebook, Research with Diverse Populations.
Read more about the collaboration and the creation of an e-book in the Eccles Health Sciences Library newsletter e-Synapse.
About Dr. Clark
Dr. Lauren Clark is the Division Chair for Health Systems and Community Based Care in the College of Nursing. Her research career has focused on cultural aspects of health disparities. Her research focus on vulnerable populations has directed her exploration into child feed and parenting among Mexican immigrant and Mexican American families, as well as community-based work with obesity among people with disabilities. Dr. Clark is currently a “Transcultural Scholar”, an honor bestowed by the Transcultural Nursing Society. She is also a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing and the Society for Applied Anthropology.