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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.
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Social Determinants of Health: A required curriculum

As our healthcare system changes to a model that promotes not only treating and curing disease but preventing illness in the first place, doctors must be prepared to keep their patients healthy.
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New Research Q&A: Why Do We Use Different Language to Describe Male and Female Teachers?

We spoke with 2018 Macy Faculty Scholar and Associate Dean of Faculty Development at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, C. Jessica Dine, MD, about her recently published a paper in JAMA...
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Addressing the Next Patient Safety Emergency: Health Inequity

Social Medicine Consortium co-founder and Harvard Medical School assistant professor, Michelle Morse, MD, MPH, spoke to us about the importance of social medicine, its connection to health equity, and what medical...
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Why Unifying Interprofessional Education with Interprofessional Care Is A Worthy Goal

Interprofessional education thrives when faculty and students from various disciplines see the same patients together at the same time in the same place.
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A Physician Assistant Spearheads an Interprofessional Education Program Spanning the Country

As I became more involved with Yale PA Online, I was struck by the question of: How do you create an environment where students from different professions can learn from each other?