Diverse Health Hub is committed to raising awareness around the various health inequities that impact vulnerable populations around the world. The Hub is a network of medical experts, patient opinion leaders, community-based organizations, healthcare industry contributors, and respected bloggers.
Our online learning channel is dedicated to sourcing diverse knowledge and research pertaining to inequities, and increasing awareness through educational programs and dialogue. We have found that promoting and sharing access to these different perspectives cultivates cultural competence and improves healthcare for all.
Together we raise awareness.
Meet our Partners:
Patient Empowerment Network (PEN) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. PEN’s mission is to fortify cancer patients and care partners with the knowledge and tools to boost their confidence, put them in control of their healthcare journey, and assist them in receiving the best, most personalized care available.
The RMC Alliance is a non-profit organization that brings together expert clinicians, researchers, and patient advocates, to better understand how and why renal medullary carcinoma occurs, and to develop better strategies to screen for, diagnose, and treat this deadly disease.
The Tigerlily Foundation seeks to educate and empower women of all backgrounds, including those at heightened risk, those facing health disparities, and those with less access to care. We strive to improve the quality of life and end isolation among breast cancer survivors. Most importantly, we encourage and endeavor to empower fearless females in every stage of their journey, and to show them that they are not or alone, but are beautiful, strong like the tiger and the lily, and that they can be transformed – during and after breast cancer.
TOUCH, The Black Breast Cancer Alliance is driving the collaborative efforts of patients, survivors, advocates, advocacy organizations, health care professionals, researchers and pharmaceutical companies to work collectively, with accountability, towards the common goal of eradicating Black Breast Cancer.
Their work is focused on uncovering, analyzing and addressing physiological differences, psycho-social factors, social determinants of health, genomics and genetics, and the essence of what makes Black women experience a different and highly fatal disease.