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Social work PhD student cohosts Arthritis Foundation podcast

Stephanie Rosado

Rosado's research interests involve young adult populations diagnosed with osteoarthritis.

Stephanie Rosado, MSW, CWHC, a PhD student in the School of Social Work, co-hosted an episode of Live Yes! With Arthritis, wherein she discussed the disparity in health care in the U.S. with Angela Chun, MD. The episode focuses on why it’s important to build and nurture more diverse rheumatology networks, how patients and physicians can benefit, and what is being done to fill the gap.

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