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Addressing and Undoing Racism and Bias in the Medical School Learning and Work Environment
Racism and bias are American medicine's fatal flaw. They permeate clinical practice and biomedical research, and their influence on medical education is even more profound because it is through medical education that racism and bias are perpetuated across generations and throughout history. This insidious influence has persisted despite the stated values of the medical profession and well-intentioned efforts to lessen their impact. The authors assert that racism and bias in the learning anddoi:10.1097/acm.0000000000003706 pmid:32889933 fatcat:hc5xpa75y5cf7kggfsllmuiwhe