Join CHM faculty and Drs. Emiko Blalock and Elizabeth Lyons for a Zoom discussion about supporting medical students of color through positive interactions.
Relationships between students and faculty provide insights into how students of color are being supported, often by faculty who are white. These relationships contribute to positive interactions, and faculty play important roles in supporting diverse students by providing spaces that validate their knowledges and experiences. In this seminar, faculty from CHM share what they’ve learned from students of color about how best to support them. Additionally, faculty point out what they have learned about themselves and the culture of medical school and its role in the experiences of medical students.
Meeting ID: 924 4493 5840
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The Ruth Allen Seminars in Teaching and Learning are made possible through the Dr. Ruth Allen Endowed Fund for Medical Education as part of the Finding Joy in Teaching initiative offered by the CHM Office of Medical Education Research and Development (OMERAD), the CHM Office of Faculty Affairs and Staff Administration, and the CHM Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.