The Diversity Problem in Medical Education



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Racial bias is pervasive in American medicine. Part of that can be attributed to the way we train doctors, and another part stems from WHO gets trained as doctors. The barriers to entering medical school and going on to become medical faculty are high, and some schools have improved recruitment while neglecting retention. We can do better at making medical training more broadly accessible and helping students succeed once they’re admitted.

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