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Blacks in Medicine
Clinical, Demographic,
and Socioeconomic Correlations

By Dr. Richard Allen Williams

Recently published! ABC Founder Dr. Richard Allen Williams' new book, Blacks in Medicine: Clinical, Demographic, and Socioeconomic Correlations, is a socially conscious and culturally relevant book that explores the little-known history and present climate of Black people in the medical field. It reveals the deficiencies in the American healthcare structure that have contributed to the mismanagement of healthcare in the Black population, and examines cross-currents that intersect with the major events in minority medical history. Blacks in Medicine is written for a broad range of physicians and health providers, as well as professionals in the social sciences and public health.
About The Author

Dr. Williams, the Founder and President of the Minority Health Institute, 117th President of the National Medical Association and Founder of the Association of Black Cardiologists, is a cum laude honors graduate of Harvard University. He is currently a Clinical Professor of Medicine at the UCLA School of Medicine (full Professor) and was the first African American to achieve that status in the UCLA Department of Medicine. He has authored eight books, numerous book chapters, several scholarly articles, and dozens of scientific papers. He wrote the ground-breaking Textbook of Black-Related Diseases (McGraw-Hill) in 1974 and the critically acclaimed Healthcare Disparities at the Crossroads of Healthcare Reform (Springer, 2011). Blacks in Medicine is his ninth book.


Cardiology at the Los Angeles County + USC Medical Center:
A Personalized History

By L. Julian Haywood

Recently published! ABC Founding Member Dr. Julian L. Haywood’s new book, Cardiology at the Los Angeles County + USC Medical Center: A Personalized History, chronicles the events relative to the development of the medical sub-specialty of cardiology at the Los Angeles County + University of Southern California Medical Center, told from the personal perspective of a member of the Keck USC School of Medicine in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, who arrived there as an Internal Medicine resident in 1956 and has practiced academic medicine at the medical center continuously since that time.
About The Author

L. Julian Haywood, MD, is Professor Emeritus of Medicine at the University of Southern California and has spent practically all of his professional medical career at L.A. County + USC Medical Center. He is the author of over 600 scientific publications. He began a residency in internal medicine at the Los Angeles County General Hospital in September 1956, when this narrative begins.


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