Microaggressions in Medicine
Join a discussion on how medical school staff prepare students in graduate education medical programs to think about the ways implicit bias and microaggressions show up in the medical field. Learn how graduate programs prepare students to engage in dialogue about implicit bias as they prepare to serve infants, children, and adults through medicine. Case studies and small group breakouts will be deployed for engaging conversations. Attendees will discuss the differences between intent and impact and discuss how to move beyond recognizing microaggressions and the messages they send to interrupting these statements.
- Isela Melendez-Carpio, M.Ed., Director for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Georgetown University School of Medicine
- Samuel Chan, Strategy Coordinator for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Georgetown University School of Medicine
NO RSVP required. Click here for Zoom link. This event is hosted by the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Georgetown University School of Medicine. Questions to CSJ Graduate Intern, Neil Ichiro Laruan (G’21), at email@example.com.
This event is part of the Center for Social Justice Education for Liberation Week.