Louis W. Sullivan, MD (BUSM‘58), moderated a panel on the challenges facing our health care system and what solutions are possible on both the individual and institutional level.
Kaye-Alese Green, the first Diversity Fellow at BUSM, spearheaded a number of antiracism initiatives throughout her year in the role.
The Racism in Medicine Vertical Integration Group’s report served as the basis for a number of changes to the BUSM curriculum.
The principles will guide deliberate actions that will create an antiracist, diverse, inclusive, and equitable medical culture.
Juneteenth, traditionally observed on June 19, marks the day in 1865 when…
In case you missed the symposia, here’s a synopsis and links to the sessions, which featured prominent Black women in medicine.
In a perspective piece in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, researchers take an honest look at how the current practice of nephrology may have elements rooted in racist ideologies.
Calling all artists! Submission deadline Feb. 1. Online exhibition starting Tuesday, Feb. 16.
The report from the Racism in Medicine VIG details recommendations that include new anti-racism in medicine competencies.