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Restoring Merit to Medical Education
June 15, 11:30 am–1:30 pm
Nearly all of America’s top medical schools have made Critical Race Theory and “anti-racism” parts of their core curriculum. Will the introduction of this ideology lead to discrimination in healthcare or lower educational standards? What can be done to ensure that medical education remains rigorous and centered on the specific needs of the individual patient?
Dr. Stanley Goldfarb, board chair of Do No Harm, will join the Martin Center on Thursday, June 15 to address the growing influence of anti-racist activism in medical schools and share his recommendations on restoring merit to medical education.
Dr. Goldfarb, a board-certified kidney specialist, is a former Professor and Associate Dean for Curriculum at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He has been widely published in medical journals, as well as The Wall Street Journal, and is co-host of the Do No Harm podcast.