Why I Wrote Mentoring Minority Trainees

Antentor Hinton, PhD

Effective mentoring strategies which are specifically tailored towards mentoring minority students.

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Why I Wrote The Power of Saying No

Antentor Hinton, PhD

Saying no is a healthy practice that can save you from stress, burnout, awfulizing, and ultimately failing to advance your career.

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Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us & What We Can Do

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Exploring stereotype threat, acknowledging identity, and creating a different future.

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On Trust, Coffee Machines, and Researchers

PMHDC Implementation Core

The first step in connecting with minority populations is rebuilding trust.

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How Journals Can Increase Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Science

eLife Early-Career Advisory Group

Radical changes that journals can adopt to address racism in the scientific community and to make science more diverse and inclusive.

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Would You Work for a Racist?

Same Place Different Location, PhD

"There is the big and obvious stuff, but also the slow drip of disrespect."

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Toward Institutional Progress: Faculty Book Groups, Anti-Racist Texts

Eric Sentell, PhD

Faculty book groups reading anti-racist texts are a simple, actionable idea for driving individual and institutional change.

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Supporting Diverse Communities during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Equity Talk

Actions we've taken to support needs of a diverse patient community during the pandemic.

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Civil Discourse as a Path to Hearing Others' Hopes & Fears

The Edge for Scholars

Being non-judgmental, embracing curiosity, asking lots of questions, and listening respectfully make us better physicians.

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