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screen-shot-2020-10-25-at-3-12-55-amAddressing Anti-Black Racism in Medicine Listen as our esteemed guest Dr. Utibe Essien MD, MPH @UREssien walks us through key terminology and evidence necessary to understand anti-Black racism in medicine. Dr. Essien provides insights into ways that racism impacts our work in the clinical and academic settings and offers approaches for addressing anti-Black racism in these settings.
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jama-iconA Silent curriculum A medical student reflects on the issues of race as she is learning them in medical school - WORTH THE ACCESS! Get article in full text through the LRC.
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screen-shot-2020-10-25-at-3-03-18-amAmerica's Caste System / Caste issues in Silicon valley (17min) In this Planet Money episode, a short version of a longer podcast airing, we learn about the issue of caste discrimination happening here in the US - discrimination that has bridged an ocean to show up in Silicon Valley. This is a different way to view racial bias/racism - and it is connected to the larger conversation in the US (if interested, see here: https://www.npr.org/2020/08/04/898574852/its-more-than-racism-isabel-wilkerson-explains-america-s-caste-system).
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I need you to forgive yourself Joining the podcast to discuss shame in medicine and medical education and their research and other work in this area are Will Bynum (Twitter: WillBynumMD), Lara Varpio (Twitter: LaraVarpio), and Ashley Adams (Twitter: AshleyAdamsMD).
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Shame in Medicine - the well being connector (30min) Will Bynum is an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and the Family Medicine Residency Program Director at Duke University. His primary academic interest centers on the role of self-conscious emotions (shame, guilt, and pride) in the medical learning experience. He and his team have published articles from their qualitative work with residents and medical students. He is conducting this program of research through a PhD in health professions education at Maastricht University in the Netherlands.
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twitter#GoldenGirls A doctor from Grady Primary Care in Atlanta, GA shares a twitter thread of a patient conversation - an example about how reactions, listening, and empathy made all the difference.
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new-york-times-logo-270x270It's a terrible day in the neighborhood... and that's ok. Mr. Rogers may have been a children's television notable, but his lessons in emotion acknowledgement, acceptance, and management are as pertinent for adults as they are for kids.
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Brene BrownThe Permission to Feel Dr. Marc Brackett has dedicated his life to studying emotions and to teaching us what he’s learning. In this episode, we talk about how emotional literacy - being able to recognize, name, and understand our feelings - affects everything from learning, decision making, and creativity, to relationships, health, and performance.
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tedmed_wh_rgbNarrative Humility Narrative humility is a philosophy of listening which holds potential beyond health care as well, in any situation where more powerful individuals engage with stories of those who are socially, culturally or politically less powerful. It acknowledges that the listener -- be that a clinician, reporter, policy maker, or teacher -- must willingly place herself in a position of some transparency. The witness must not only see, but be seen, and by doing so, enable herself to see even more clearly.
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