These awards are presented by The Executive Committee on Diversity and Inclusion: Drs. Linnie Golightly, Joy Howell, Said Ibrahim, Marcus Lambert, Rache Simmons.
Lauren Kelly, a resident in the Internal Medicine Residency Training Program at NYPH/Weill Cornell, explores inequalities in healthcare in The BMJ Opinion. The post is in collaboration with residents from UCLA and UCSF.
The paper shares observations from the COVID-19 epidemic, while highlighting patient care inequities seen in socioeconomically disadvantaged communities.
We extend our grief, our outrage, and our support, in condemning the killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, David McAtee and the countless other Black lives that have been lost to racism.
This grant will serve to expand health professions workforce training with a focus on telehealth and distance learning capabilities in response to COVID-19. It will also help to further training on COVID-19 in minority and underserved populations.
The innovative program brings interdisciplinary faculty together to work on enhancing academic careers in research, medical education, and clinical excellence.
The festive and extremely well-attended event included trainees, faculty, as well as Dr. Susana Morales, Vice Chair, Office of Diversity, and many other members of diversity leadership.
The Diversity Center of Excellence has launched programs and initiatives fostering excellence and support for underrepresented minorities. A new video highlights leaders in diversity and future strategies.
Two of the WDOM’s faculty were honored for their outstanding service and leadership in promoting diversity in a ceremony on April 22, 2019.
A Graduate Medical Education Diversity Welcome Back was held on January 19, 2019 for residency applicants to programs across NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center.