On the Academic Medicine Podcast, hosts Toni Gallo and assistant editor Dr. Dorene Balmer (@dorenebalmer) and guests medical students Bri Christophers (@BriChristophers) and Naomi Nkinsi (@NNkinsi) discuss how race is portrayed in medical education and what individuals and institutions should do to address racism in the curriculum and learning environment.
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Read the article discussed in this episode, “Changing How Race Is Portrayed in Medical Education: Recommendations From Medical Students,” at academicmedicine.org.
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Nieblas-Bedolla E, Christophers B, Nkinsi NT, Schumann PD, Stein E. Changing how race is portrayed in medical education: Recommendations from medical students [published online ahead of print May 5, 2020]. Acad Med. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000003496.