‘All You Want Is to Be Believed’: The Impacts of Unconscious Bias in Health Care
By April Dembosky
In mid-March, Karla Monterroso flew home from a hiking trip in Zion National Park through the Las Vegas airport. Four days later she began to develop a bad, dry cough. Her lungs felt sticky.
The fevers that persisted for the next nine weeks grew so high — 100.4, 101.2, 101.7, 102.3 — that on the worst night, she was in the shower on all fours, ice cold water running down her back, willing her temperature to go down (Read more).