Health Equity in Vulnerable Populations with Aysha Gardner
In this episode of the Swift Healthcare podcast, Aysha Gardner speaks about her article published by the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University addressing health equity for vulnerable populations, exposing the practice of gynecological surgeries being forced on women in ICE camps in Ocilla, Georgia that was widely reported in the NY Times.
"The reason why it upset me is because of the historical implications of, especially, women of color and people from marginalized communities having forced procedures."
"That place in Georgia was exposed, but it is probably happening in other facilities."
Aysha Gardner, Health Care Ethics Intern, interviewed on the Swift Healthcare podcast.