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Racial Justice: An Essential Element of Health Professions Curriculum

2019 Macy Faculty Scholar, Richard E. Greene, MD, MHPE, shares more about his work as Director of Health Disparities Education at NYU Grossman School of Medicine and how racial disparities are an essential part of...

Macy Foundation Reaffirms Our Values and Priorities

The Macy Foundation aims to improve the health of the public by advancing the education of health professionals, and we recognize this is possible only by advancing equity for all. We further recognize that the...
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The Everyday (Super)Power of Emotional Contagion

2019 Macy Faculty Scholar, Barret Michalec, PhD, shares a written form of his TEDx talk on a vital ingredient to human connectivity.
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Honoring Our Nurses: International Year of the Nurse and Midwife

Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation President Holly J. Humphrey discusses the importance in trust as we celebrate and honor our nurses and midwives.
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Clinical Learning Environments Lead the Fight Against COVID-19

Holly J. Humphrey shares more about the Macy Foundation's new strategic plan and how it aligns with the needs uncovered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Psychological Safety Is a Science-Based Best Practice—Not “Coddling”

Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation President Holly Humphrey outlines the value medical schools bring in responding to COVID-19 in seeking students who have not only performed well in rigorous undergraduate coursework but who...
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Rethinking the Health Professions Educator

2019 Macy Faculty Scholar, Rachel Salas, M.D., shares how she teamed up with educational leaders to develop and offer two new curriculum tracks to better prepare future health professionals.