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Our grantees are working to improve the health of the public through innovative projects that advance the education and training of health professionals.

Promoting Diversity, Equity, and Belonging

Increasing the Number of Black Male Doctors by Any Means Necessary

With support from the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, Dr. Dale Okorodudu and Black Men in White Coats began holding annual summits in 2019 geared toward middle and high school students, parents, educators, clinicians, partners, and community leaders to provide in-person exposure to healthcare and healthcare professionals and serve as a forum to address the low representation of Black men in medicine.

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Diversity and Cultural and Language Competency is Crucial for Excellent Care |

Diversity and Cultural and Language Competency is Crucial for Excellent Care

In 2018, with support from the Macy Foundation, the National Hispanic Health Foundation convened a meeting of experts from around the world to discuss how to improve medical Spanish training in medical education.

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Preparing Students to Care for Patients Means Preparing Them to Be Excellent Team Members

Preparing Students to Care for Patients Means Preparing Them to Be Excellent Team Members

While members of the health professions — including nurses, physician assistants, pharmacists, physicians, social workers, physical therapists, and others — all have distinct roles and specialties, they all share the same goal: to provide the best quality of care to the patient.

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