Twin Cities Medical Society medical student leader Megan Lucas compiled a list of resources related to the use of race in medical decision-making, following our recent LIVE, virtual Race in Medicine CME conversation.
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Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians Resident Director Ramla Namisango Kasozi, MD, MPH, writes about the need to reimagine and recreate graduate medical education training to include robust antiracism curricula and address systemic racism as a social determinant of health.
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As Minnesota’s family physicians, we stand with our communities and wish to be a part of the work dismantling structural racism and discriminatory institutional practices. Racism is a public health crisis. We are committed to addressing racism and supporting our physician members by providing useful resources, advocacy and education.
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Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians Health Equity Task Force members Ebiere Okah, MD, and Andrea Westby, MD, FAAFP, share about the use of race in medical research, practice and clinical decision-making and why there is the need for reform.
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