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Arianne Teherani (she/hers)
18:39
Hi Colin!
Ming-Jung Ho
28:05
Text In Code: 87802 202-796-7323
Ming-Jung Ho
28:10
CME
Adi Haramati
28:33
Please be sure you are muted if not speaking
Rosemary Kilkenny
38:00
What does UIM stand for?
Carrie Chen
38:12
underrepresented in medicine
Colin Stewart (he/him)
38:24
under-represented in medicine
Adi Haramati
38:48
Send me some dates/times May 12 or May 13?
Rosemary Kilkenny
39:04
Many thanks Carrie and Colin.
Adi Haramati
39:14
Sorry everyone for the post. Kindly ignore
Jett McCann
39:53
Sometimes also URIM, which GUSoM uses
Rosemary Kilkenny
43:14
What is AOA?
Megha Shah Fitzpatrick
43:30
Alpha Omega Alpha honor society for medical students
Rosemary Kilkenny
44:11
Thanks Megha.
Megha Shah Fitzpatrick
44:13
Selection to this honor society has implications for residency match
Susan Cheng
48:48
Anti-Deficit model - very powerful framing. Thank you for sharing this and the wide angle view perspective.
Janae Van Buren (she, her)
49:00
^^^^
Sarah Kureshi, MD MPH (she, her, hers)
51:02
Yes, greatly appreciate this valuable framing!
Susan Cheng
51:21
https://meded.ucsf.edu/faculty-educators/equity-assessment-guidelines-and-checklist
kbull002
56:28
Anti-Deficit model focuses on strengths and resiliency, which is important given historical struggles that many Black and Brown students face. Thank you.
Rosemary Kilkenny
57:04
Absolutely correct!
K Sivasubramanian
01:02:07
How do you differentiate between Systemic and Systematic racism? Or there is no difference.
Colin Stewart (he/him)
01:02:25
I also really appreciate the framing as the anti-oppression curriculum. Seems hard to address equity without naming oppression/oppressive systems in its many forms
Janae Van Buren (she, her)
01:03:47
^^^^
Sarah Kureshi, MD MPH (she, her, hers)
01:04:03
Thank you so much for the excellent and inspiring work you and your colleagues have been doing. Few questions - how did you get funding to do this work? Different grants? How have faculty been able to contribute meaningfully with all their other responsibilities?
Susan Cheng
01:04:07
Dr. Stewart - great point - goes back to Dr. Teherani’s original posted quote from Justice Sotomayor: “The way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to speak openly and candidly on the subject of race”
Megha Shah Fitzpatrick
01:04:07
Dr. Teherani - would you be willing to share your AOA assessment tool with us?
Janae Van Buren (she, her)
01:05:02
Is the tool that UCSF is now using to assess students that apply for AOA publicly available? (Are other institutions able to access this tool as they reimagine their AOA selection process?)
Stephanie Roberts
01:05:27
^^^
Adi Haramati
01:05:52
Let me invite folks to ask questions using audio. Kindly ummute
Megha Shah Fitzpatrick
01:06:11
We would like to hear more about this
Janae Van Buren (she, her)
01:06:15
^^^
Colin Stewart (he/him)
01:06:23
Question for Dr. Teherani: I’ve been trying to develop faculty development materials to help bring “critical consciousness” into the written and verbal evaluation processes, but I’ve had a hard time finding much literature on addressing differences in the feedback and/or evaluation processes. Curious to hear how you developed your faculty development sessions and sources you found helpful.
Rosemary Kilkenny
01:08:29
This has been an excellent presentation. Although this presentation focuses on medical education, in my humble opinion, many of the models and tools presented have broad application for other academic disciplines. Would love to have access to your materials.
Adi Haramati
01:09:03
Thank you Rosemary, we can Make the recording available and her slides
Ming-Jung Ho
01:10:23
The recording will be posted on CENTILE website by the end of the week. https://centile.georgetown.edu/grand-rounds-and-workshops/
Rosemary Kilkenny
01:10:38
That's great Adi. We should definitely share these materials with our own CNDLS area.
Siva Subramanian
01:10:42
Thanks Adi for making the presentation available.
Adi Haramati
01:11:06
If you have a comment to make put your name in the chat and Carrie will call on you
Beje Thomas
01:11:21
Amazing talk thank you!
Hakima Amri
01:13:52
Great talk, thank you!
Bryan O. Buckley
01:16:55
Great talk
Janae Van Buren (she, her)
01:17:28
Thank you so much for being here, Dr. Teherani, and for all of your work in equity!! Very inspiring and tangible. This was an extremely helpful presentation
Kirsten Hawkins (she/her/hers)
01:17:52
Thanks so much !