Anti-racism and streamlined care go hand in hand in a new Rhode Island program.
Author Phoebe Hall
Phoebe Hall is assistant editor and staff writer for Brown Medicine and the assistant director of communications for the Division of Biology and Medicine. A former newspaper reporter and editor, she was managing editor of CC: Connecticut College Magazine, that college's alumni magazine, before joining Brown in January 2013.
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