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Humans are not bread: Why Medical Education Should be Competency-Based and Time-Variable

2020 Macy Faculty Scholar, Benjamin Kinnear, MD, MED, explains the challenges and benefits of competency-based time-variable training models and how they fit into the medical education system.

Toward Health, Safety, and Justice for All

Macy Foundation President Holly Humphrey reflects upon systemic racism and the murder of George Floyd, parallels in the health care system, and the Foundation's commitment and activities to improve health, safety, and...
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A Conversation with Dr. Louis Sullivan on Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion in Health Care

Macy Foundation President, Holly Humphrey, sat down with Dr. Louis Sullivan, former U.S. Secretary for Health and Human Services, founding dean of the Morehouse School of Medicine to discuss eliminating discrimination...
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Black Men in Medicine: Mentoring the Next Generation

In celebration of Black History Month, we are pleased to share the stories of accomplished Black men and women in the health professions. In this final post of our three-part series, we catch up with Dale Okorodudu,...
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Black History Makers in Nursing

In celebration of Black History Month, we are pleased to share the stories of accomplished Black men and women in the health professions. In this second part of our three-part series, we speak with two Black women...
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Black History Makers in Medicine

In celebration of Black History Month, we are pleased to share the stories of accomplished Black men and women in the health professions in this new series.
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After a Year of Extraordinary Events, Looking Ahead with Hope

Macy Foundation President, Holly Humphrey, reflects on the unprecedented challenges of the past year and looks ahead with hope to 2021.