Hosts Ramla N. Kasozi, MD, MPH, and James Smith MD, MPH, board certified family physicians and recent residency graduates, welcome special guest Renee Crichlow, MD, family medicine faculty and leader, for a discussion of anti-racism, building community, breaking down barriers for medical education and minoritized students and faculty, and the importance of a patron in your career. Drs. Kasozi and Smith share their own thoughts on racism and its role in the history of medical education, challenges for minoritized learners in medical education, and their 10 suggestions about what you can do right now. EXPLORE AFP PODCAST
Suggestions from Drs. Kasozi and Smith, AFP podcast hosts, about what to read, watch, and listen to.
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