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An Enduring Commitment to Health for Minority Populations

As the relatively new President of the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, I spent the past year learning more about the Foundation’s history. The key figures, guiding ideas and values, and historic accomplishments all...
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Lessons Learned in Creating an Online Community of Practice

Janice C. Palaganas, PhD, APRN, ANEF, FAAN, FSSH from the Center for Medical Simulation discusses lessons learned in creating an online community of practice.
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2020: What does it mean for women leaders in health and health care?

The Macy Foundation is excited to begin 2020 with the launch of Macy Notes: From the desk of Dr. Holly J. Humphrey, a regular blog featuring thoughts from the President, commentary on noteworthy topics in health...
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2020: A New Decade with New Opportunities

This past year held both triumphant, joyful moments as well as troubling events. Holly Humphrey looks forward into the new decade at how health professionals and the institutions who train them have the...
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Honoring Our Friend and Colleague, Dr. Fitzhugh Mullan

The Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation wishes to remember and celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Fitzhugh Mullan, a friend to the Foundation in many ways.
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Why We Need More Hispanic Doctors

More than 18% of people in the United States are Hispanic, yet only 5% of U.S. doctors are Hispanic. We need a health care workforce that is diverse, that looks like and has had experiences like the public it serves.
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New Research Q&A: Creating Safe and Effective Implicit Bias Training

We spoke with 2016 Macy Faculty Scholar and Associate Professor of Medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Cristina Gonzalez, MD, MEd about her research and challenges of training students on implicit bias.