Your searches will be more productive when incorporating the variety of terms used by database providers, as well as authors and publishers, to express the concepts of racism, health, healthcare, and related factors. Some of the search terms you might try include:
Using the terms listed above, search the library catalog to find a diverse assortment of relevant books and book chapters. Try THIS LINK for an illustration of the many recently-published materials available through DePaul.
For quick and convenient overviews, explanations and definitions, try searching the Library’s online encyclopedias, handbooks and dictionaries.
Many different databases contain articles, reports and other documents concerned with racism in health and healthcare. Depending on the focus and context of your interest, the most useful databases include the following (use the provided links for an illustration of recently-published articles you can find across multiple databases, remembering to Ask A Librarian if needing help with searching for specific criteria):
Numerous organizations--in addition to those listed above--provide information on the broader and closely-related fields of minority health (including health status) and healthcare disparities (including inequities in access to healthcare services). Many of these can be accessed from the library resource guide: “Health Disparities and Health Care Disparities,” provided by the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine.