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Faculty Development: IAMSE Fall 2022 Series: The Struggle is Real: Breaking Barriers that Limit Student Success This is a past event.

Faculty Development: IAMSE Fall 2022 Series: The Struggle is Real: Breaking Barriers that Limit Student Success

Thursday, September 29 at 11:00am to 12:00pm

Zoom

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IAMSE Fall 2022 Series:

The Struggle is Real: Breaking Barriers that Limit Student Success

Session 5 Title:

Breaking Barriers for Racial/Ethnic Groups Underrepresented in the Health Professions

Session Description:

Underrepresentation of Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) in the health professions limits the U.S. health care system’s ability to meet the needs of people in these racial/ethnic groups. A growing body of research shows that patient-physician concordance of race, language, and social characteristics strengthen the patient-physician relationship through higher levels of trust and satisfaction. This webinar will describe the barriers that BIPOC persons face in pursuing health professions education, present a framework for conceptualizing strategies for improving recruitment, retention, and academic success among BIPOC health professions trainees, and describe examples of these strategies. The presentation will focus primarily on examples from medicine and the basic sciences.

Speaker:

Janet Coffman, PhD

University of California San Francisco

There will be 5 sessions in this IAMSE Fall 2022 Series, which runs Sept. 1 through 29.

Please email AcademicSupport@dmu.edu with any questions.

Event Type

Training and Workshops

Target Audience

Faculty & Staff

Website

https://dmu365.sharepoint.com/sites/p...

Organizer(s)
Center for Educational Enhancement (CEE)

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