Structural racism is real — on the job, in educational circumstances and in interactions with the criminal justice system.
This study highlights the need to center the voices of historically marginalized and minoritized patients when designing research aimed at addressing racism in medicine
Celebrated on June 19, this year Juneteenth falls on a Sunday. BU will observe Juneteenth on Friday, June 17, despite Monday’s federal holiday, June 20. In the future, BU will observe the federal holiday.
BUMC Educators Build Habits for Inclusive Classroom Spaces at 17th Annual John McCahan Medical Campus Education Day
This year’s conference, themed “Advancing Intercultural & Inclusive Practices in the Classroom,” focused on creating sustainable habits to shape more equitable learning environments across the Medical Campus.
Researchers propose a three-pronged approach of creating federal and state policies to democratize access to telehealth.
Day-long Seminar Celebrates the Life, Work and Legacy of Pioneering Black Psychiatrist Solomon Carter Fuller, MD
The grandson of slaves, he overcame obstacles of race with unwavering purposefulness throughout a 45-year career as a trailblazing scientist, academician and consultant.
Findings are transferable to all medical education institutions.
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.