The Department of OBGYN together with our institution are actively taking measures to address structural racism and the resulting health inequities. The current disparities in obstetric and other health outcomes among women of color are extremely disturbing. We are committed to improving outcomes and eliminating the healthcare disparities that exist within our community.

We pledge and are working to diversify our workforce while providing the resources and mentorship to ensure success. We are actively developing programs in which learners and employees will thrive in a diverse, equitable, inclusive and safe environment. We expect all who work here to self-reflect, acknowledge and speak out against any bias, discrimination or racism.

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This episode, our medical experts and patients discuss the diagnosis and treatment of urinary incontinence in women, including both stress and urge incontinence, which affects one in three women. Panelists for this show include Dr. Emily Davidson, Rachel Borchard (RN), Carissa Aboubakare (NP) and two...

This podcast discusses pregnancy as "The Roadtrip to Childbirth". Obstetrician and Assistant Professor Dr. Kate Dielentheis, is joined by Sarah Mess, a lactation specialist and nurse midwife, Rachel Bona and Shelly Hansen, OB/Gyn nurse coordinators, and DeAnna Tharpe, CEO of Wisconsin Doulas of Color Collective...

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month and this week's show will provide all of the answers you have come to expect from The Word on Medicine....

OCRA is pleased to award research prizes to Dr. Ursula Matulonis and Dr. Pradeep Chaluvally-Raghavan, two investigators doing groundbreaking and important work in the field of ovarian cancer research. OCRA’s research prize recipients are selected by members of OCRA’s Scientific Advisory Committee. These prizes were...

Our specialist providers were featured on The Word on Medicine on Women's Reproductive Health. Drs. Jennifer McIntosh, Kathy King and Allison Linton discuss the history and future of abortion care and women’s reproductive health....

Dr. Akinyemi Ojesina joined our team in August of 2022 as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Medical College of Wisconsin, where he runs the Oncopathogenomics Laboratory. ...