S2 E18: Your Mind on Medical Mistrust: Exploring Experiences of Minoritized Individuals with Dr. Kimberly Martin
In this episode, we explore experiences of minoritized individuals in healthcare. Dr. Kimberly Martin shares her research on COVID-19 vaccination hesitancy among Black Americans, and challenges the common attribution to the Tuskegee experiments, sharing research on the critical role of current experiences in shaping medical mistrust. In addition, she shares her personal journey of transitioning from a career as a dancer to academia.
Dr. Kimberly Martin
Denyse, T., Martin, K. J., & Stanton, A. L. (2022). The Ubuntu Approach in Project SOAR (Speaking Our African American Realities): Building a robust community-academic partnership and culturally curated focus groups. Social Science & Medicine, 314, 115452.
Martin, K. J., Stanton, A. L., & Johnson, K. L. (2022). Current health care experiences, medical trust, and COVID-19 vaccination intention and uptake in Black and White Americans. Health Psychology.
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