That is the answer to the question, “what is medical education doing to incorporate anti-racism into the curriculum?”
She'll then turn her focus to a discussion of racism as a social determinant of equity and a root cause of "racial"/ethnic differences in health outcomes. Dr Jones will identify three levels of racism (institutionalized, personally-mediated, and internalized) and illustrate these three levels with her Gardener's Tale allegory. She'll generalize her discussion of racism to encompass other systems of structured inequity. Dr Jones will describe the International Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Racial Discrimination as an organizing tool for addressing the impacts of racism on health and well-being. She'll close with three additional allegories on "race" and racism to equip attendees to name racism, ask "How is racism operating here?
Dealing appropriately with issues of race and racism is an important element of medical education
Race, racism and medical education STFM Resource Library.pptx
These are the slides accompanying a daylong STFM 2017 pre conference on teaching about race, racism and racial justice. Please refer to the STFM 2017 "Toolkit for Teaching About Racism in the Context of Persistent Health and Healthcare Disparities" which is a supplemental facilitator's guide that has separately been uploaded to the STFM Resource Library
2017 STFM precon racial justice slide set.pdf
The presentation was discussion based, and described how to approach the topic of racism in medical education settings.
Forum 2020 Difficult Conversations tips for discussing racism.docx
Catch up Preceptors STFM Video 120321.mov
This Round Table presentation gives an outline, objectives and resources for building a 3-4 hour anti-racism workshop.
5740_Live Roundtable STFM 2021- Socially Determined- How to build a workshop exploring anti-racism and privilege for family medicine residents .pptx